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Episode 024 – Tom Dell’Aringa from Marooned

Our previously scheduled guest was unable to make it due to a wicked bunny eatting through her microphone. I must … Continue reading

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C2E2 2011 – Pulp 21

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Episode 041 – Trifecta: Dungeon Legacy, Life’s A Witch & Channel At

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Graphicly Announces Acquisition of Double Feature Application

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Episode 215 – Dave Barrack from Grrl Power

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Dave Barrack from the superhero webcomic ‘Grrl Power’ joins us in the studio to talk about saturday morning cartoons, the reason why he switched from American Comics to Japanese Manga as well as the real reason you should buy a large Cintiq

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Host(s)Kurt Sasso ("VertigoX")
Special Guest(s)Dave Barrack
Discussion Topic(s)Grrl Power
Posted on February 12, 2012
Category: Podcast
Tags: american comic, Anime, Dave Barrack, Dawn Griffin, Episode 215, Girl Power, Grrl Power, Halo, Manga, Maxima, Randy Milholland, Something Positive, Superhero, Sydney, Zorphbert & Fred
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TOP SHELF COMIX: ANNOUNCING TWO THRILLING, HEARTBREAKING NEW BOOKS!

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This month we announce deluxe new Top Shelf editions of two amazing books that won the prestigious Xeric Award: a blast from the past from superstar Jeff Lemire, and a powerful debut from new talent Brendan Leach! You can pre-order them now from your local comic shop (with the Diamond codes below), or directly from us here:

LOST DOGS
by Jeff Lemire
– 104-page softcover graphic novel
– 6.5″ x 9″, $9.95 (US)
– ISB: 978-1-60309-154-1
– Diamond: FEB12-1158
– Mature readers (16+)

Long out of print, Jeff Lemire’s Xeric-Award-winning LOST DOGS now returns in a newly remastered edition, soaked with blood and ink. This 104-page mythic yarn follows a family man who’s larger than life… but even he may not be powerful enough to prevent the loss of everything he’s ever known.

Bold, brutal, and emotionally raw, LOST DOGS represents an acclaimed storyteller’s first professional work — an early exhibition of the gifts that have made his ESSEX COUNTY and SWEET TOOTH so phenomenally popular.

THE PTERODACTYL HUNTERS IN THE GILDED CITY
by Brendan Leach
– 44-page oversized softcover graphic novel with stapled-in newsprint interiors
– 11 3/4″ x 14 3/8″, $9.95 (US)
– ISBN: 978-1-60309-263-0
– Diamond: FEB12-1159
– Mature readers (16+)
– FEATURED IN “BEST AMERICAN COMICS 2011″!

PTERODACTYL HUNTERS is a story of sibling rivalry and family tradition in a rapidly changing world: a version of 1904 New York where generations of working-class hot-air-balloonists take to the skies each night to defend their city from a dwindling population of pterodactyls. In this town, heroic hunter Eamon Sullivan dominates the headlines, while his brother Declan, a nightwatchman, tires of looking on. As the last pterodactyl and its trackers circle each other above four-story tenements, brick smokestacks, and wooden watchtowers, a face-to-face showdown may prove to be the end for all of them.

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