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A Year of Free Comics: Beast Wagon by Owen Johnson, John...

With a world so full of caped crusaders and men in tights, don't you get tired of the same old same? Of course you...

A year of free comics: Mildred Louis’ Agents Of The Realm

Agents Of The Realm is the webcomic that every creator I look up to loves. It's a book I discovered through seeing many people in my online life fall head over heels in love with it, and for good reason: It's WONDERFUL!

A year of free comics: Caitlin Like’s Maiden of The Machine

Caitlin Like's Maiden of The Machine is one of the coolest, most inclusive and original steampunk books that you'll ever read, which for a...

A year of free comics: Nilah Magruder’s M.F.K

Dwayne McDuffie award winner Nilah Magruder's M.F.K is a sprawling epic, filled with dynamic characters, ridiculously wonderful art. M.F.K is a completely unique take on...

A year of free comics: Ariel Ries’ Witchy

Witchy is a complete and utter gift. I found it when trawling twitter for a new addiction, and boy did I find it. Ariel Ries...

The Comic That Changed My Life

Comics have always been a huge part of my life, from my questionable six year old speculator phase (when I was convinced that any...

Review: Robbie Reyes Hits Some Bumps In The Road in Ghost...

Robbie Reyes hits the highway in a welcome return, but his debut could use an engine tune-up.

I Used To Sell You Comics: Rosie Recommends Comics for Newcomers...

What comics are best for getting new readers into comics? In the second part of her recommendation series, Rosie Knight gives tried and true suggestions for the comics curious in your life of all ages.

I Used To Sell You Comics: Comics Are For Everyone (and...

My mother used to roll her eyes every time I started talking about comics. My intricate and inane knowledge of the history and process of this strange thing (that seemed almost to come from another world compared to anything she could comprehend) was a constant mystery to her as I grew up. I was a precocious child. I couldn't just read a book that I liked. I would have to read everything by that author, books on that author's process, and books by that author's favourite author. I would completely immerse myself in anything I loved.

I Used To Sell You Comics: Rosie Recommends Comics For New...

In an age of such widespread comic book popularity and prevalence, it's a great time to begin reading comics. Working in comics retail, I would often get asked for good suggestions to introduce new readers into the world of sequential storytelling. So in this series I'll be recommending some of the books that myself, my colleagues, and our customers have loved. Each week I'll focus on ten books -- five All Ages and five Teen+ -- from Big Two comics to smaller independent titles, classic runs to contemporary cult hits.

I Used To Sell You Comics: Kids Love Comics (And how...

by Rosie Knight Over the last year I spent some time in comics retail, working at my favourite local comic shop, London's renowned Orbital Comics....