INTERVIEW: Teri S. Wood discusses the grim toll of war in WANDERING STAR


“I haven’t even tried to watch Game of Thrones because I have heard that they keep killing people off, and I can’t stand that! Which I imagine sounds kinda awful, considering how quick with the knife I was in Wandering Star. I mean, look what I did to the Earth! But it had to happen. Wars don’t come without loss.”

Webcomic Review: Family Man: Adventures in 18th Century Academia! And Maybe Werewolves! But Mostly Academia!


In 1768 Germany, or what will one day become Germany, Luther Levy has been kicked out of school for his unpopular opinions on Spinoza (and reportedly flipping a table). Having returned home to find his way again, he is offered a position at a remote university on the edge of Bohemia. Accepting the position, he […]

Webcomic Review: Strong Female Protagonist: Truth, Social Justice and the Online Way


  By Maggie Vicknair As a teenager, Alison Green was Mega-Girl, a member of the world’s foremost superhero team, until one day she quit dramatically on live television. After an eye-opening conversation which her former arch-nemesis She had realized that all the capes, costumes, and epic battle’s weren’t really helping anyone long term. Now, no […]