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The Crafting Couch: Freek Show Interview

Welcome to another installment of The Crafting Couch. This week we are talking with Apprielle Wüitron better known to her fans as Freek Show. I had the opportunity to sit down and ask a few questions of this amazing artist/crafter [...]

June 4, 2015 Features
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The Monuments Men – Review

The Monuments Men is a film about a small group of soldiers tasked to protect, recover and return historically and culturally significant works of art during World War II. Since this is a film “based on true events”, there will [...]

February 10, 2014 Movies and TV
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Stir the Pot Saturday: Week 37

Welcome back, everyone! Just a quick reminder of what our goal for each and every Saturday is: Stirring the pot is the act of causing trouble for the sake of your own amusement. So we here at Comic Booked would [...]

September 14, 2013 Features, ZDONOTUSE
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Music & Comics: How They Influence Each Other

There are countless examples throughout the last 50 years of music and comics influencing one another. When I initially started thinking about this topic (yes, I spend more time than I care to admit pondering such things) quite a few [...]

October 18, 2012 Features
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Daredevil: End of Days #1 Review

I don’t review many Marvel comics here on ComicBooked.com. When I noticed that none of the other writers had yet to review Daredevil: End of Days #1, I decided to rectify this situation. While my review efforts are almost always concentrated [...]

October 8, 2012 Features
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Comic Review: Happy #1

The highly-anticipated new four-issue comic miniseries, Happy, from Grant Morrison, Darick Robertson, and Image Comics starts this week. As everyone probably knows by now, Grant Morrison is currently taking a break from superheroes for the most part to work on [...]

September 25, 2012 Features
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Comic Revolt with David Gillette: A Chat with 44 Flood

In this week’s Comic Revolt, I spoke with the collective 44 Flood about the success of their Tome Kickstarter campaign. Their original funding goal was $18,400, but finished at an amazing $132,538 when the final bell was rung. Comprised of [...]

August 17, 2012 Features
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The Victories #1 Comic Review

The release of one of the most anticipated comics of the year is finally upon us. That’s right, The Victories #1, written and illustrated by Michael Avon Oeming and published by Dark Horse Comics, comes out this week. The Victories [...]

August 14, 2012 Features
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Creating Your own Comics 101

Have you ever sat down after reading a comic, been totally blown away and thought “Hmm, I would love to be able to create something as great as that?” Or on the flip side been bitterly disappointed after reading a [...]

June 13, 2012 Features
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Ramon Villalobos & Craig Cermak II Talk Vitruvian Underground

Vitruvian Underground is an awesome independent comic that I recently reviewed, and I talked to the creators of the book about the origins of the idea and their creative process.  Ramon Villalobos wrote and colored the comic, but he’s also [...]

June 1, 2012 Features, Interviews
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Advance Review: “Shooters” is a Powerful “Must Read”

War is hell, but it is often the wounds that don’t physically injure soldiers that can affect their lives the most. Shooters is an important new DC Comics/Vertigo graphic novel written by Eric Trautmann and Brandon Jerwa, with art by [...]

April 16, 2012 Features
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Interview With Michael Avon Oeming!

Michael Avon Oeming is a creator that should need no introduction. He has been actively working in the comic industry for nearly two decades. He has done work for a wide array of publishers, including but not limited to: Dark [...]

April 6, 2012 Interviews
Skuds Mckinley Gets Comic Booked!

Skuds Mckinley Gets Comic Booked!

I had an opportunity to talk to Skuds Mckinley, the artist behind the book I’ll Take You To The Moon and Leave You There.   Here’s our conversation about his art process, his artistic influences, and his thoughts on creator owned [...]

April 5, 2012 Interviews
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All Art is Propaganda: Politics and Social Issues in Comics

Many people argue that politics have no place in comics.  For better or worse, politics have always been part of comics, as anyone who reads them can tell you.  Sure, we have all seen the faces of political leaders staring [...]

January 10, 2012 Features
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Creating Comics: The Hunt for a Publisher Or Going Alone

Continuing from part one, in which we hired an artist, now we’re going to need to decide what route we want to take.  Should you seek out a publisher or decide to market and publish your work alone? Keep in mind, [...]

October 20, 2011 Features

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