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Comics Confidential- Eternal Con- Day 2- Cos-Play Madness!

My name is Raphael Moran. Not only am I a writer here at comicbooked.com but I’m also a comic creator as well. My first comic series, Dream Reavers was published by Ape Entertainment over 3 years ago. Since then I’ve [...]

June 28, 2014 News
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Review: The Reservoir- A Western in Black, White and Blood

Let me start this off by saying I just recently was introduced to Moth City by the creative Tim Gibson.  Tim brings a vibe and style that is unique and different, all in a good way.  Dave Gillette sent Tim my way for [...]

May 1, 2014 Features, ZDONOTUSE
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Amazon Pens Deal to Purchase ComiXology

Big news today as it seems that a deal has finally been struck between online retailing giant Amazon and the electronic comic hub Comixology. USAToday is reporting that this deal was finalized today. According to ComiXology CEO David Steinberger, ComiXology [...]

April 10, 2014 News
12 Days of Comixology

12 Days of Comixology

Our friends over at ComiXology are offering some special gifts this holiday season. You can check out their 12 Days of Free Comics. Free is good , right? Especially at a time when many people are running around a mall [...]

December 13, 2013 News
Lazarus Free Comic

Read Lazarus #1… for Free!

That’s right.  Comixology continues their “12 Days of Free Comics,” offering up a chance for new, old, and maybe even reluctant readers to get on board with writer Greg Rucka and artist Michael Lark.  (Yesterday’s free book was Scott Snyder [...]

December 10, 2013 Features, News
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Comics Confidential: The Birth Of Techno-Mancer

It’s been awhile since I contributed another addition to Comics Confidential.    The main reason for the lack of content was that I’ve been hard at work trying to finish my new graphic novel, Technomancer.   Like with every project I’ve done, [...]

November 19, 2013 Features
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Chinese Whispers: Tim Gibson Talks Comics and Moth City

Tim Gibson’s Moth City, a riveting mystery tale of suspense set during the Chinese Civil War, marks a strong debut comic for the first-time author. To date, he’s put out four installments of Moth City for purchase through comiXology while [...]

August 13, 2013 ZDONOTUSE
Apple vs. Saga. vs. ComiXology

Twisted Triangle- Apple vs. Saga vs. ComiXology

This past Tuesday the internet went into an uproar over Saga #12.  Brian K. Vaughn issued a press release stating Apple would not be carrying Saga #12 on any of its iOS devices due to “two postage stamp sized images [...]

April 11, 2013 Features
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Apple Bans Saga #12 Over Sex Images

UPDATE: ComiXology clarified this Wednesday afternoon that it was them blocking Saga #12 from Apple and not the other way around.  Here is the press release from ComiXology on the matter of Saga #12- Click here.   Saga #12 comes [...]

April 10, 2013 News, ZDONOTUSE
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Review: reMIND

One of the first things that drew me to reMIND  by Coffee Table Comics is that the cover features a young woman and her cat – and I’ll investigate pretty much anything that’s about a cat. While Sonja opens up the story for us, [...]

February 5, 2013 ZDONOTUSE
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Comics Confidential: The Long Road to Flee

In past installments of this column I usually write about all my struggles as a indie comic creator in terms of marketing, selling and pitching a book.   What I haven’t discussed much about is the evolution of a comic idea.   [...]

January 27, 2013 Features, ZDONOTUSE
FLEE COVER

Exclusive First Look: Arcana’s FLEE

Check out this exclusive preview of my new graphic novel FLEE.    Currently available on comixology and available for Pre-order at your local comic shop and book store across the country and beyond.     FLEE Diamond code : NOV120857 ISBN [...]

November 23, 2012 ZDONOTUSE
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Comic Revolt with David Gillette: Going Digital

This week’s Comic Revolt looks at the digital market for comic books and how it’s shaping comic publishing by grading out each major company or upstart. This is based on three subjective categories rated 1 through 10: Category 1: How [...]

September 14, 2012 Features
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The Digital Age: A Comic Book Singularity

In the beginning, there was Superman. The history of superhero comics is divided into generally accepted “Ages”, and it all began with Superman.  The Golden Age was kicked off by Action Comics #1, the debut of Superman, and superheroes proliferated [...]

April 18, 2012 Features
Reading the Best, Last

Reading the Best, Last

Every possible Wednesday I am at the comic book shop. This ritual is preceded by coffee with my dad. My father might not understand my collecting attributes, especially since he doesn’t collect anything, and yet he is right there at the front [...]

February 24, 2012 Features

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