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PREVIEW – 7STRING VOLUME 2
September 17, 2014, 1:17 am
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volume 2 cover

After wowing us with Track One & the 7String/Afterlife crossover The Heavenly Chord – I was hyped to hear that we would see Volume 2 of 7String coming at us this November……and even more hyped to get a sneak peak thanks to creator Nich Angell.

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DETECTIVE 1945 #1
September 17, 2014, 1:11 am
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Detective 1945 #1

It’s post-war New York and a world recovering from the horrors of war still has criminals in it’s midst committing crimes that need strong-willed detectives to look at let alone solve.

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A LOOK AHEAD TO……NOTTINGHAM COMIC CON (4TH OCTOBER 2014)

NCC

As the interest in comic book movies, comic book TV shows and the wider comic book world in general continues to grow, I seem to be finding more and more Comic Con’s around that I can realistically get to without breaking into a bank for travel budget.

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THE BEAST OF BARTON
September 14, 2014, 10:20 am
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Beast of Barton

John Grieve writes & illustrates a bit of comic book escapism in The Beast of Barton, a lighthearted mix of rhyming poetry and medieval myth.

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CLOWN
September 9, 2014, 11:03 pm
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Clown

Writer James Maddox teams-up with artist Brandon Lauhon to bring us the story of a former journalist turned clown in a roaming circus….the promise of something different from that cover alone is more than enough to get me interested.

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ROLLERSKATES AND BREAKFAST DATES
September 8, 2014, 9:35 pm
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Rollerskates and Breakfast Dates

Indie comics seem to be one of those places where people love to write stories about their lives and Rollerskates and Breakfast Dates from MJ Wallace is no exception as a 2 year period is covered with her lighthearted autobiographical strips.

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THE STANDARD #5 & 6

Standard 5 n 6

With a comic industry crammed full of superheroes it’s a fairly big gamble to try and grab some of that spotlight and even moreso within the small press market, that being said a well-written comic with good artwork has great potential in challenging that notion. Continue reading




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