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Moranic Reviews- Dorian Gray #1

I don’t know about you, but one of the required books I read for my Literature Class in High School was Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray. Right away when I saw that Bluewater was doing a modern adaptation [...]

July 5, 2012 Reviews
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Bullet Reviews #64

It’s Tuesday and that means BULLET REVIEWS!!! Quick looks at recently released comics. If you’re having a light week, maybe something here will catch your attention! This week: Amazing Spider-Man #688, Avengers #27, Avengers Academy #32, Fatima: The Blood Spinners [...]

July 3, 2012 Reviews
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Comic Confidential- Erik Hendrix

This is a big year for Arcana Studios.  For those that missed it during Free Comic Book Day, the company launched their first epic mega crossover event called Intrinsic.  This mini-series is gathering every character in the Arcana Comics Universe into one big storyline.  Erik [...]

June 29, 2012 Reviews
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Comic Confidential #10- Black Alpha And Tom Rasch

Some of you fans out there at ComicBooked.com might not know who Tom Rasch is, but starting with this article I hope you can become new fans.   He’s been in the comic and gaming business for years.  In those years [...]

June 20, 2012 Reviews
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Moranic Reviews- Ichabod Jones: Monster Hunter

Viper Comics has been expanding their comic output by releasing exclusive digital only comic stories.   The company has always been innovative in terms of marketing and producing their books. I’ve been a fan of Viper comics ever since they debuted [...]

June 16, 2012 Reviews
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Moranic Reviews- Tales Of The Night Watchman

There’s a lot of buzz about the upcoming Before Watchmen books, but I’m here to talk about the other Watchman series that most of you probably never knew about and guess what, this one has nothing to do with DC’s cash [...]

June 6, 2012 Reviews
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Comic Confidential # 8- What The Flux with Larry Jarrell Jr.

Ever since I started here at Comicbooked.com, I wanted to make it my mission to spotlight the small press and indie creators that don’t get the attention they deserve.    These publishers and creators are the true innovators in the industry.    What [...]

June 1, 2012 Reviews
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Comic Confidential #7- How Can We Save Printed Comics?

    In a recent installment of “Comic Confidential,” I talked about the death of the printed comic and the rise of digital sales.   I also talked with fellow comic creator Mike Hall about education comics and how that could [...]

May 26, 2012 Features, Reviews
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Moranic Reviews- Helldorado #2

  I recently did a review of the first issue of Ape Entertainment’s new mini-series, Helldorado and completely loved it.   I’m a sucker for Wild West genre mash-ups, and this series doesn’t disappoint.   Like the tagline for the series…East eats [...]

May 25, 2012 Reviews
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Comic Confidential #6 – Education Comics With Mike Hall

In the last installment of Comic Confidential, I chatted with Michael Hall about his current indie comic Helldorado.   Here’s the second part of the interview.   We talk about his work in educational comics.   Personally I think it’s a great idea that can grab a lot [...]

May 18, 2012 Reviews
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Warning Notice: Alien Invasion!

You read that correctly, folks! Aliens have invaded our planet and are waging intergalactic war! As if that’s not bad enough, these aliens eerily resemble Earth cockroaches, except they stand several feet tall and wield some deadly looking weapons. Talk [...]

May 14, 2012 Features, Reviews
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Comic Confidential #5- Michael Hall and the Wild West.

I recently did a review for Ape Entertainment’s Helldorado series and became so intrigued by who the writer was that I had to sit down and talk to him about his comic and his unquie career in the comic industry.    To my [...]

May 12, 2012 Reviews
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Bullet Reviews Extra: Free Comic Book Day 2012

Well, Free Comic Book day is now a week behind us and we’ve all had a chance to fully enjoy the books and other stuff we got during the event. I personally hope everyone had a great FCBD and I [...]

May 11, 2012 Reviews
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Moranic Reviews- Helldorado #1

What happens when you mix the traditional western with Kung Fu, Asian Vampires, and more gore than an entire season of Walking Dead? You get the original comic series Helldorado, published by Ape Entertainment. It’s the brainchild of Ape CEO [...]

May 9, 2012 Reviews
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Comic Confidential #4 – Free Comic Day and Shawn Aldridge!

Hot on the heels of one of the biggest comic movie events in history is Free Comic Book Day on May 5th. In a summer filled with more tent-pole comic book adapted blockbusters, it still boggles my mind that a [...]

May 4, 2012 Features, Reviews