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Month of Indy Comics – BFF

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 Nate Beaty’s collection of eight years’ worth of his auto-biographical mini-comic, Brain Fag (fag meaning fatigue). BFF stands for Brain Fag Forever..

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Month of Indy Comics – Cragmore Book One

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 first part of Pat Lewis’ excellent Cragmore series (now that it is completed, someone really ought to collect the series – it is great)…

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Month of Indy Comics – Mauled #3

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 third volume of the Mauled anthology, which is a comic anthology collecting stories about, well, you know, people getting Mauled. The theme for this issue is True Tales of Tragedy at Sea.

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Month of Indie Comics – Toy Boy Special #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 fun and entertaining one-shot, Toy Boy Special #1, by Tom Stillwell and Jethro Morales, which has a very cool Tim Seeley cover…

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Month of Indie Comics – Milk-Teeth #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 absolutely disturbingly brilliant first issue of Kate Lacour’s Milk-Teeth.

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Month of Indie Comics – Icarus #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 first issue of a new series by writer/artist Ryan Cody about a man tasked with taking superheroes and supervillains out of the picture in the face of the possible annihilation of the planet Earth. But, of course, there’s a twist.

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Month of Indie Comics – Ragbox Volume 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 a comic book series with an interesting approach. Writer Dave Kender presents a series following two young adults, Roberto and Ana Estevez, who lost their parents to a freak car accident. The name of the series, Ragbox, describes the neighborhood that they live in. Each chapter of the series (this first volume contains three chapters) is drawn by a different artist. Mark Hamilton, Braden D. Lamb and Matthew Reinke are the artists in Volume 1.

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Month of Indie Comics – Transit #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 a compelling one-shot story by Peter Quach about live in New York City for two young people who meet each other at a book discussion. The title of the story tells it all, as this story is all about transition, transition from one phase in life to another and heck, transitioning between states in a relationship. It’s a compelling read.

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Month of Indie Comics – True Loves Vol. 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 a delightful romance comic by Jason Turner and Manien Botma about a young woman beginning a new relationship while trying to end her current one (all set in Vancouver).

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Month of Indie Comics – The Way it Crumbles

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 impressively depressing mini-comic by Dan Mazur about the real-life Keebler elves.

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Month of Indie Comics – Reggie and Brian and the Lousy Nickname

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 charming mini-comic by Cathy Leamy about the friendship between a young fisherman and a mer-man.

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Month of Indie Comics – Multiplex: Enjoy Your Show Vol. 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 begins with Gordon McAlpin’s Multiplex: Enjoy Your Show Vol. 1, the first print collection of McAlpin’s web comic about a group of employees at a movie theater in Illinois.

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A Month of Self-Published Comics: Geraniums and Bacon #5

This month I have been posting a review of a different self-published comic book each day for the whole month! Here is an archive of the books reviewed so far!

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A Month of Self-Published Comics: Witch Doctor #1

This month I am posting a review of a different self-published comic book each day for the rest of the month! Here is an archive of the books reviewed so far!

Today I am featuring Witch Doctor #1 by Brandon Seifert and Lukas Ketner. Continue Reading »

A Month of Self-Published Comics: Eye of the Majestic Creature #3

This month I am posting a review of a different self-published comic book each day for the rest of the month! Here is an archive of the books reviewed so far!

Today I am featuring Eye of the Majestic Creature #3 by Leslie Stein. Continue Reading »

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