Webcomics in Review: Rumplestiltskin- Rewriting the Classics

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Chris is tired of her boring, provincial life. She knows her destiny isn’t on the farm, and when the king announces a new contest for young witches, Chris knows this is her chance. So what if she isn’t that good at magic, it’s fate. When things go south at the castle though, she has nobody […]

DC REBORN ROUND-UP: SUPERMAN #10 Shines Bright and PREZ Makes a Stellar Return in a Questionable CATWOMAN Election Special

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In June, DC Comics kicked off the start of its Rebirth initiative. After a wave of criticism surrounding the way they have treated their characters’ rich histories since 2011’s New 52 relaunch, DC has decided to rebrand. They hope that by restoring their characters’ pasts, they will restore readers’ faith in them as well.  Do […]

Review: Guy Colwell looks at the subtle side of control

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Human beings have, historically, revealed a vigorous capacity for steering other human beings away from the way they are currently living into a more preferred lifestyle. This goes without saying as you look through the history of conquest, or even the religious wrangling of English kings, as well as the tentacled reach of Catholic missionaries […]

Review: Uncivilized Books demands more of its readers

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Houses Of The Holy by Caitlin Skaalrud Caitlin Skaalrud’s Houses Of The Holy is, on its a surface, a psychedelic and psychological journey through the mind of a woman, with a heavy visual focus that carries a dreamlike surrealism of an almost Felliniesque quality. The idea, from the descriptions, is that this is a plunge […]

Review: Slapstick #1: A New Deadpool For Those Kind of Bored of Deadpool

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by Defne Sastim He’s invincible, he’s a smart-mouthed mercenary that kicks ass and calls people names, he’s sailing into a new ongoing for the first time in nearly two decades, and he’s…. Not Deadpool? That’s right, the new ongoing by Reilly Brown and Fred Van Lente, Slapstick, is surprisingly not yet another Deadpool comic (though it […]

Webcomic review: Grounded Supernatural Action in ‘Wilde Life’

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  Journalist Oscar Wilde decides to leave his life in Chicago and rent a house from Craigslist in Podunk, Oklahoma because he wants an adventure. Most people would say rural Oklahoma is a bad candidate for adventure seekers, but Oscar soon meets the ghost of a 1940s mathematician, an angsty teen werewolf, and many more […]

Webcomics in Review: Wilde Life – Magically Mundane

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Journalist Oscar Wilde decides to leave his life in Chicago and rent a house from Craigslist in Podunk, Oklahoma because he wants an adventure. Most people would say rural Oklahoma is a bad candidate for adventure seekers, but Oscar soon meets the ghost of a 1940s mathematician, an angsty teen werewolf, and many more supernatural […]

Review: ARCHIE MEETS THE RAMONES #1 is Uneven but Fun

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There’s no stoppin’ the Archies from hoppin’! On one level, the concept of Archie, Betty, Veronica, Reggie and Jughead joining forces with Joey, Johnny, Dee Dee, and Tommy Ramone shouldn’t work. At all. On many levels, the bands’ outlooks are seemingly too different from each other to meld into something that could be coherent. The […]