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"The Good Asian" is a Classic Noir Tale Set in a Dark Time in American History, by Angela Rairden

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"The Good Asian" is a Classic Noir Tale Set in a Dark Time in American History, by Angela Rairden

The Good Asian was a comic that I had heard positive things about since its initial release; however, it was a comic that I knew nothing about. Therefore, I picked up its first trade, which encompasses issues one through four, not knowing what to expect from a comic with such an unusual and, frankly, slightly uncomfortable title. What I discovered was a gripping tale exposing a rarely discussed time in American history told in a deeply authentic noir tone. Taking place in 1936’s San Francisco, The Good Asian shines a light on a time period that most modern Americans either...

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My Favorite Creepy Horror Comics, by Angela Rairden

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My Favorite Creepy Horror Comics, by Angela Rairden

"In the spirit of Halloween, I have decided to make a list of a few of my favorite horror comics. These are all going to be newer comics, most of which you can easily find trades of at your local comic book store. So, without further ado:"

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Shadecraft Is a Well-Told Tale of Life’s Struggles and the Shadows They Cast, by Angela Rairden

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Shadecraft Is a Well-Told Tale of Life’s Struggles and the Shadows They Cast, by Angela Rairden

"Image Comic’s Shadecraft is the tale of Zadie Lu, a teenaged girl learning to cope with some strange and unusual forces that have inexplicably come to life around her."

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“The Me You Love in the Dark” is a Perfect, Subtle Type of Horror, by Angela Rairden

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“The Me You Love in the Dark” is a Perfect, Subtle Type of Horror, by Angela Rairden

"From the mind of Skottie Young (Rocket Raccoon, I Hate Fairyland, and Middlewest) comes Image’s The Me You Love in the Dark, a strange sort of spooky, romantic tale that’s perfect for the start of fall and the Halloween season."

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Oblivion Song Movie Spikes the Market

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Oblivion Song Movie Spikes the Market

Marvel and DC aren’t the only ones lighting up the market as Oblivion Song’s movie announcement has ignited interest in the series’ premiere issue.

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