"Comic Books" Blogs & Blog Posts

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You rollin' twenties on the polyhedral? You makin' the Kessel Run...

 
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Blog of illustrator, cartoonist, comic book artist, author, animator and se...

 
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I'm very laid back and easy going. I like to meet people, read, talk a...

 


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One of the best movies of 2017 and an all-time classic run from Mark Millar, Logan and Old Man Logan actually share very little. But of all the differences, which one actually matters most? Visit CineFix on YouTube for more episodes and mov...

Fabien Nury and Thierry Robin’s gripping satirical take on the power struggling that surrounded Stalin's death. The post The Death of Stalin Graphic Novel Review appeared first on shelfabuse.com.

In this month's Indie Penance: Farlaine the Goblin, Then It Was Dark, Knight in the Snake Pit, Revisionaries and Brigands. The post Indie Penance #17: Dark Goblin Snakes appeared first on shelfabuse.com.

A few days ago, in the latest "I can't believe we're still dealing with this bullshit" news, The Men got upset at a woman for the crime of working in the comic book industry. The trolls descended upon Marvel comic editor Heather Antos for the followi...

Everyone knows Batman's origin story: young Bruce Wayne's parents were murdered, inspiring him to one day become a dark vigilante to protect the streets of Gotham City.  But few people know what Bruce Wayne's life was like when he was a teenager...

After a bit of a hiatus, Indie Penance is back with indie comics mini-reviews. Rejoice, damn you! The post Indie Penance #16: Tomorrow Bones Survivor Squad appeared first on shelfabuse.com.

"I didn't always know what I wanted to do but I knew the kind of woman I wanted to be." ~ Diane Von FurstenbergEver heard the saying we all have a little Wonder Woman inside us? I have, and my daddy was the one who repeatedly affirmed this to me ever...