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Best of 2015: Indie Comics

Best of 2015: Indie Comics

Ever wonder what you’re missing? From every corner of the globe, comics were intensely awesome this year, and here are ten of the best and brightest books I came across on my adventures in 2015: AAMA Volumes 3 + 4 Created by Frederik Peeters Published by SelfMadeHero Verloc Nim and his brother, Conrad, depart on

TRADE WAITING: Week of September 23, 2015

Greetings Trade Waiters! After an incredible experience of celebrating comics and cartoons with some of my favorite comic book journalists at the Small Press Expo (SPX) this weekend and spending an exorbitant amount of money, it’s finally Monday. Back to life, reality, and “Trade Waiting” – your weekly spotlight of five noteworthy comic book collections,

Best Of 2014: Indie Comics You Might Have Missed

This year has been an excellent year for comics from both mainstream and independent publishers. A number of high profile indie books are already gracing many “Best of 2014” lists, including Farel Dalrymple’s The Wrenchies, Bryan Lee O’Malley’s Seconds, Charles Burns’ Sugar Skull, and Emily Carroll’s Through the Woods. All of these are fantastic books