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Month of Indy Comics – Grade 5 #1

Every day this month I reviewed a different independent comic book, based on submissions from the creators of the comic books themselves.

The month concludes with Jason Crayton’s Grade 5, a story about a group of kids enjoying their last year when they can still be considered “kids” (as Grade 6 and the road to High School looms ahead of them).

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Month of Indy Comics – Edge of the Unknown

Every day this month I’ll be reviewing a different independent comic book, based on submissions from the creators of the comic books themselves.

The month continues with Jon Vinson and Marco Roblin’s Edge of the Unknown, a piece of historical fiction starring Harry Houdini, Arthur Conan Doyle and H.P. Lovecraft. Just that info alone should make you interested in the comic, right?

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Month of Indy Comics – Yi Soon Shin: Warrior and Defender

Every day this month I’ll be reviewing a different independent comic book, based on submissions from the creators of the comic books themselves.

The month continues with Yi Soon Shin: Warrior and Defender #1-3, by Onrie Kompan, Giovanni Timpano and Adriana De Los Santos, a tale of victory torn from the grips of defeat.

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Month of Indy Comics – Jack and the Zombie Box

Every day this month I’ll be reviewing a different independent comic book, based on submissions from the creators of the comic books themselves.

The month continues with Arcana Comics’ charming all-ages graphic novel, Jack and the Zombie Box, written by Bruce Brown, penciled and inked by Mike Barentine and colored by Rafel Hurtado.

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Month of Indy Comics – Six: The Rebirth

Every day this month I’ll be reviewing a different independent comic book, based on submissions from the creators of the comic books themselves.

The month continues with Six: The Rebirth, by Tan Eng Huat and Chin Sau Lim.

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Month of Indy Comics – First Law of Mad Science #1

Every day this month I’ll be reviewing a different independent comic book, based on submissions from the creators of the comic books themselves.

The month continues with the compelling first issue of a new series, First Law of Mad Science, by writers Mike Isenberg and Oliver Mertz, artist Daniel Lapham, and grayscale artist Jeff McComsey (with a cover by Jamie Noguchi).

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Month of Indy Comics – Cubicles: The Movie!: The Graphic Novel

Every day this month I’ll be reviewing a different independent comic book, based on submissions from the creators of the comic books themselves.

The month continues with Walter Oslie’s adaptation of his old Cubicles web-comic as an epic (and humorous) science fiction graphic novel, Cubicles: The Movie!: The Graphic Novel

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Month of Indy Comics – People Against Dan

Every day this month I’ll be reviewing a different independent comic book, based on submissions from the creators of the comic books themselves.

The month continues with a mini-comic from Athena Currier (I reviewed her full comic, Burn Book: The Slut Issue, a few days back) about two notable bosses that she has had in her life, both named Dan.

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Month of Indy Comics – Major Zombie: Love and Loss

Every day this month I’ll be reviewing a different independent comic book, based on submissions from the creators of the comic books themselves.

The month continues with Major Zombie: Love and Loss, by Lefty and Tan Eng Huat, a real treat of a comic…

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Month of Indy Comics – The Deathlings #1: Anne’s Story

Every day this month I’ll be reviewing a different independent comic book, based on submissions from the creators of the comic books themselves.

The month continues with The Deathlings #1, a horror/fantasy comic book by Ian Struckhoff, Manuela Soriani, Michela Da Sacco and Juri Hayasaka (with a handsome cover by Reuben Negron)

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Month of Indy Comics – Spacebound! #1

Every day this month I’ll be reviewing a different independent comic book, based on submissions from the creators of the comic books themselves.

The month continues with Spacebound! #1, a double feature starring two different science fiction stories by Mike Luoma, Meisha and Matthew Grant

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Month of Indy Comics – 22 Reasons to Fear the Future #1

Every day this month I’ll be reviewing a different independent comic book, based on submissions from the creators of the comic books themselves.

The month continues with the intriguing debut of 22 Reasons to Fear the Future, by Egan McConvey and Ryan Sergeant.

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Month of Indy Comics – Burn Book: The Slut Issue

Every day this month I’ll be reviewing a different independent comic book, based on submissions from the creators of the comic books themselves.

The month continues with an interesting look at the word “slut” as the first book in Athena Currier’s four-book “Burn Book” series, with each issue examining a different stereotype label.

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Month of Indy Comics – Yongumix 6

Every day this month I’ll be reviewing a different independent comic book, based on submissions from the creators of the comic books themselves.

The month continues with the comic anthology, Yongumix, an all-color collection of stories from members of a Malaysian comic art collective (as well as some guest artists). There is a broad mix of styles but the quality level is strikingly strong.

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Month of Indy Comics – True Loves Vol. 2

Every day this month I’ll be reviewing a different independent comic book, based on submissions from the creators of the comic books themselves.

The month continues with the second volume of Jason Turner and Manien Botma’s series, True Loves, where we explore just how difficult “living happily ever after” can be sometimes!

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