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  • August 2, 2009

    Art-O-Bot: Klein, Henrichon, Macdonald

    Welcome to the Art-O-Bot long weekend edition!  This week I’ll be taking a look at some really talented artists whose work may be flying under your radar. Andy MacDonald I first saw Andy MacDonald’s art in the pages of NYC MECH. It was here that I quickly discovered how incredible this man’s talents are.  The […]

  • July 29, 2009

    Jeff’s Pulls for the Week of July 29

    Welcome back to the pull list, let’s get down to it! Blackest Night: Tales of the Corps #3 (of 3) This issue wraps up our introdcution to the big players in the Blackest Night event.  Again, this issue features various artist depicting the various Lanterns of the emotional spectrum. Pick it up to give you […]

  • July 23, 2009

    Jeff’s Pulls for the Week of July 23

    This week’s pull list is brought to you by the upcoming nerd mecca that is the San Diego Comic Con.  Enjoy the books! Blackest Night: Tales of the Corps #2 (of 3) Tales of the Corps is a tie-in book that helps explain the dynamics of the different color spectrum Lantern Corps’.  Various writers and […]

  • July 23, 2009

    Podcast 8: Bacon-Con 2009

    Sarrah joins Jeff and Will for a discussion of Green Lantern, Comic-Con, James Cameron’s cure for cancer, and much more. Exclusives! Events! Bothering George—and it’s kosher!

  • July 15, 2009

    Jeff’s Pulls for the Week of July 8

    As a collector the last few weeks have been insane, I’ve been overwhelmed with titles recently.  Now you die hard fans are scoffing at my plight, but to be honest, having to read this many books is an overload for my brain, not to mention the financial impact this repeated pull list overload has had.  […]

  • July 10, 2009

    Art-O-Bot: McNiven, Donovan, Templeton

    Welcome back to the one and only Art-O-Bot, the column designed to bring you a taste of what is out there in the world of comic book art.  This week we’re featuring two veterans of the industry and a good friend from South of the border.  Art-O-Bot; transform and roll out! Steve McNiven A while […]

  • June 26, 2009

    Art-O-Bot: Canete, Andrasofszky, Madureira

    Welcome back to the Art-O-Bot, this week we present some of the most dynamic artists you may not of heard of.  If you know any artists or are a local artist and want to be featured on the Art-O-Bot, contact [email protected] Eric Canete It’s rare in this day and age of comics that an artist […]

  • June 24, 2009

    Jeff’s Pulls for the Week of June 24

    This week is what I like to call a hell week; the sheer number of titles I need to read equals a large amount of dollars spent. As a result, I’ll mainly focus on why I’m buying or not buying particular books this week. Astonishing X-Men #30 Writer Warren Ellis is one mad Brit.  Ellis […]

  • June 18, 2009

    Art-O-Bot: Rivoche, Brogila, Daniel

    It’s that time again: Art-O-Bot returns! Tony Daniel The huge Batman event Battle for the Cowl from DC Comics was visually entertaining and a very fast paced book.  It was also on time, something that doesn’t happen often with the big event books.  Tony Daniel’s art was perfect for these books, his story telling techniques […]

  • June 17, 2009

    Jeff’s Pulls for the Week of June 17

    I want to thank you all for coming back and remind you that if you have any books you think I should check out, or even your own pull list please feel free to comment, or email me [email protected] Keep in mind these are not full length reviews, nor is that the intention of the […]

  • June 11, 2009

    Podcast 7: Cannes, Not Khan

    Special guests Peter Kuplowsky, programmer at the Bloor and the After Dark Film Festival, and Noah Taylor, blogger extraordinaire, join Jeff, Lucas, and Will for a discussion of recent films and comics. Peter lets us know what he saw at The Cannes Film Festival, and Jeff talks to us about Batman and Robin #1. “Here we go!

  • June 11, 2009

    Art-O-Bot: Hughes, Wegener, Garbowska

    Art-O-Bot is a continuing series of profiles on local, established, and up-and-coming comic artists. This week we are proud to bring you Adam Hughes, Scott Wegener, and Agnes Garbowska. Adam Hughes Hughes is one of the comic book world’s most celebrated cover artists.  This is not to say he doesn’t know how to tell a […]

  • June 10, 2009

    Jeff’s Pulls for the Week of June 10

    Welcome to this week’s pull list.  This is a light week for me, but the quality of books certainly makes up for that. Fantastic Four #567 So Mark Millar (pronounced “Miller”) and Bryan Hitch brought us The Ultimates, one of the best books of the past decade without a doubt.  This is the 8th issue […]

  • June 3, 2009

    CGC Grades and Comic Prices

    I want to take some time to answer a question I was asked by Susan. I was recently in a comic book shop my boyfriend frequents and saw books in large plastic cases with numbers above them. I was going to buy him one for his birthday and noticed that the prices jumped up. I […]

  • June 3, 2009

    Jeff’s Pulls for the week of June 1st

    Welcome back to this week’s pull list: what comics I’m looking forward to reading in the next week, and why I’m excited about them. Last week, I explained what pull lists are, and I hope since then some of you are now happy pull-listers in your own right. Batman and Robin #1 Spoiler Alert!  Dick […]