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Maria Llovet’s Porcelain is a Gorgeously Creepy Tale, by Angela Rairden

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Maria Llovet’s Porcelain is a Gorgeously Creepy Tale, by Angela Rairden

"Maria Llovet’s work has a sort of beautiful, ethereal quality to it, and Porcelain proves to be no exception. The tale is a mix of fantasy and imaginative horror which, after its first issue, leaves a tantalizing amount to the imagination."

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"Poison Ivy: Thorns" Is the Coming of Age Story We Didn’t Know We Needed, by Angela Rairden

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"Poison Ivy: Thorns" Is the Coming of Age Story We Didn’t Know We Needed, by Angela Rairden

"Part of DC’s collection of graphic novels for young adults, Poison Ivy: Thorns introduces a backstory for its title character that’s both unique and familiar. Although the origin of Ivy’s powers over plant life are similar to her most well-known origin story, which was written by Neil Gaiman in Secret Origins #38 back in 1988, it’s the differences between these tales that makes this graphic novel truly stand out."

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The Nice House on the Lake Exploits a Familiar Horror In the Best Possible Way, by Angela Rairden

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The Nice House on the Lake Exploits a Familiar Horror In the Best Possible Way, by Angela Rairden

It’s been several days since I finished reading the second issue of DC Comic’s The Nice House on the Lake and I still can’t get it out of my mind.

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Bunny Mask Issue One Introduces Readers to Its Unique and Eerie World, by Angela Rairden

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Bunny Mask Issue One Introduces Readers to Its Unique and Eerie World, by Angela Rairden

"I picked up issue one of Bunny Mask based solely on its intriguing cover, which hinted that it was probably going to be creepy, bloody, and a little strange.

I wasn’t disappointed."

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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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