Interview with Judit Tondora

1. How are you enjoying drawing such iconic characters like Wonder Woman and the Bionic Woman?

Honestly, this is one of the toughest challenges that I’ve ever faced but I really enjoy drawing these characters and this series. This is really fun work. The TV shows have their characteristic features and I must carefully stick to the given material by any means. However, I use a more cartoony style to help the flow, but I had to find the key features of all of the characters to make them recognizable without dealing too much with the artwork. Andy Mangels, the writer of the book, helps me a lot, actually, to create better and better looking pages. He has great ideas and gives me fantastic suggestions about the actions and the overall look of the comic.

2. To follow up on Question 1, what is...

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Reggie and Me #2

There are a set of unspoken rules when it comes to dealing with Reggie Mantle. Rules that, when broken, can easily get you on his bad side. Unfortunately for most of the people Reggie encounters, they don’t know these rules. In fact, there’s only one person that does—and it isn’t a person at all, it’s Reggie’s devoted Dachshund, Vader. With half of Riverdale High School having committed the mortal sin of ditching a Mantle house party, Archie and Betty’s attempts at interfering in Reggie’s life, Midge pitying Reggie and a friendship request from someone very unexpected, Reggie and Vader are going to have to get a lot smarter about their schemes!

Script: Tom DeFalco
Art: Sandy Jarrell, Kelly Fitzpatrick, Jack Morelli
Cover: Sandy Jarrell with Kelly Fitzpatrick
Variant Covers...

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Don’t Change the Channel!

To all of our fantastic readers, please bear with us while we are dealing with some technical difficulties. You will see fewer posts to enjoy reading for a little while, but fear not, we will be back to your regularly broadcast show as soon as possible. We thank you for your patience as we work this out!

~Your Geek-o-Rama team

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New Comic Day Releases: March 1st 2017

3D TOTAL PUBLISHING
Sketching From The Imagination Characters SC, $29.99

AARDVARK VANAHEIM
Cerebus In Hell #2, $4.00

ABSTRACT STUDIOS
Motor Girl #4, $3.99

ACME INK
Rock And Roll Biographies #8 (Pantera), $3.50

ACTION LAB ENTERTAINMENT
Action Lab Dog Of Wonder #6 (Cover A Reilly Leeds), $3.99

AFTERSHOCK COMICS
Animosity Volume 1 TP, $14.99
Dreaming Eagles Volume 1 HC (NYCC Edition), $75.00
Rough Riders Nation #1, $3.99

ALTERNATIVE COMICS
Reich #4 (Of 12), $3.00

ANDREWS MCMEEL
Mutts Shelter Stories Love Guaranteed SC, $16.99

ANTARCTIC PRESS
Gold Digger #239, $3.99

ARCHIE COMIC PUBLICATIONS
Archie 75th Anniversary Digest #7, $6.99
Betty And Veronica Friends Comics Annual Digest #253, $5.99
Riverdale #1 (One Shot)(Cover A Alitha Martinez), $4.99
Riverdale #1 (One Shot)(Cover B Derek Charm), $4...

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SLAM! #1-3

Roller Derby can trace its roots back to the banked track roller skating marathons of the 1930s (and as far back as the 1880s), and since the early 2000s has enjoyed a resurgence that is still growing and evolving.  With both banked track and flat track versions of the game, there are hundreds of leagues and thousands of players around the world. Roller Derby in popular culture is something very interesting. If you turn on the TV and there’s roller derby involved, it almost always takes place on a traditional banked track. Just a partial list includes the short lived 70s sitcom Rollergirls, RollerGames and RollerJam in the 80s and 90s, the Rollergirls reality series in the 2000s, and (of course) on the big screen was 2009’s Whip It: all of these centred around banked track roller derby...

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