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I Read an Indie, Creator-Owned Comic, and I Liked It - A Review by Angela Rairden

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I Read an Indie, Creator-Owned Comic, and I Liked It - A Review by Angela Rairden

"Although you probably haven’t heard of Joshua Estes, or his comic Little Sally, it was clear to me from the first few pages that this comic has been a labor of love for him, and it only seemed right to share it with a larger audience (that’s you, Frankie’s fans!)."

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"Stillwater: Volume One" Promises You’ll Enjoy Your Stay, a Review by Angela Rairden

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"Stillwater: Volume One" Promises You’ll Enjoy Your Stay, a Review by Angela Rairden

"This is exactly the sort of comic that I love – the storyline builds with mystery and new surprises, causing you to want to keep reading to find out what’s going to happen on the next page because it’s probably not something that you predicted was going to happen."

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New Firefly Comic Series Shows Promise, by Angela Rairden

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New Firefly Comic Series Shows Promise, by Angela Rairden

"It may be set twenty years in the future, and the Serenity may be home to a mostly entirely new cast of misfits and outcasts, but Brand New ‘Verse promises to bring the same Firefly attitude and atmosphere that fans have grown to know and love."

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The Continued Evolution of Harley Quinn, by Angela Rairden

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The Continued Evolution of Harley Quinn, by Angela Rairden

Harley Quinn went from being a notorious criminal as the Joker’s girlfriend in Gotham to being a well-intentioned, but not exactly law-abiding, anti-hero when she got a fresh start in Jersey. Now, in her newest reboot from writer Stephanie Phillips, Harley’s looking to become…a hero?!? In March’s Harley Quinn #1, everyone’s favorite psychiatrist-turned-delinquent clown finally returns to Gotham with an aim to make amends for her past misdeeds. This is not the same Gotham as the one she left, however. This Gotham is still shook from the Joker War, the aftermath of which has left the good people of Gotham...

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Karmen Promises to Be a Different Type of Angel Tale by Angela Rairden

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Karmen Promises to Be a Different Type of Angel Tale by Angela Rairden

Karmen #1, released by Image and written and illustrated by Guillem March, is exactly the sort of unique, offbeat comic that Image fans have come to know and love. The comic chronicles the tale of an unconventional angel named Karmen and the young woman who becomes her latest charge. Depicted as a thin, young woman with short pink hair and a smatter of freckles across her nose, Karmen seems to have a carefree, almost playful attitude as she first graces the pages of the comic. From her neck to her high heel-clad toes, Karmen appears to wear a skin-tight black...

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