Comic Review: Irrational Numbers #0 & #1

Writer: Hannibal Tabu Art: Giancarlo Caracuzzo Colors: Flavia Caracuzzo Letters: Josephine Roberts Publisher: WUNDERMAN COMICS (Jul 2017) Anyone that knows me knows that I am a sucker for original ideas and comics, and this time I have a really cool one for you guys! I just read the first two issues of Irrational Numbers by…

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Italiano: A Graphic Novel You Can’t Refuse

Hey mambo! Mambo Italiano…Italiano. the graphic novel, that is! A mix of profanity, amazing artwork, creative characters, and violence, this is definitely one that you don’t want to miss. With 5 days left for its Kickstarter campaign, Italiano is a mere $200 from its goal of $10,000! I pledged $20 to get my own copy,…

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The Six Reasons You Should Back The Six Swords

With superheroes still surfing the mainstream pop culture wave, I find myself searching for fresh, new comics to read. Kickstarter is usually where I find the best ones, and today I just backed one that I’m really excited about! Still more than two weeks away from the end date, this comic has already exceeded its…

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Creating a Con: My Experience

Attending my first big con in 2002 (Wizard World Philly) was the beginning of what I always knew would be a big part of my life. I’ve cosplayed at many and met a lot of fantastic artists and creators! When my husband and I moved to a smaller town in Wisconsin, celebrating the new comic…

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Low Cost Cosplay for Beginners

Are you new to the world of cosplay, or do you have a last minute con to attend? There are plenty of ways you can become your favorite character without ordering a costume on Amazon and paying for overnight delivery. If you have these few ideas in your cosplay arsenal, you’ll never get caught dressed…

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Bamn Comics: A Look From Inside the Ring

Part of the thrill of blogging, reading comics, and attending various conventions is that I get the opportunity to discover new and original work. Not too often do I have the pleasure to come across a concept that’s not only fresh and exciting, but also appealing to more than just the stereotypical comic book mainstream themes…

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Wunderman Comics Review: Time Corps & Earth Invasion

Time travel, alien invasion, celestial bureaucracy – no, I’m not talking about Syfy’s weekend lineup. I’m talking about two fantastic titles created by Nate Wunderman, of Wunderman Comics! Everyone that reads this blog knows that I have a love for indie labels, and newcomers to the comic book industry, and this time, I have a…

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Heart and “Soul Paste”

With comics and superheroes constantly trending and gaining popularity, finding something new and unique is like discovering a new planet. It can happen, but not very often. In my search, I’ve found a comic that has easily piqued my interest, and left me wanting to know what’s to come in the future for this adorably…

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Boston Metaphysical Society: A Supernatural Steampunk Delight

Batman, Superman, and Spider-Man are classics, but the quest for indie comics proves to be bountiful and rewarding when treasures like the mini-series Boston Metaphysical Society are uncovered. For those who haven’t had a history of “new comic Wednesdays” and comic con road trips, reading a supernatural period piece featuring historical characters like Harry Houdini and Nikola…

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A Mighty Story Behind ‘The Mighty Titan’

The superheroes drawn to life within the pages of a comic book are gifted with abilities that make them stronger, aerodynamic, and sometimes even immortal. A cape and costume could further personify that superhuman superiority, but what of the man behind the mask? Could Superman be affected by the everyday life conflicts that Clark Kent…

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