Monthly Archives November 2018

Kickstarter/Indiegogo Spotlight: Chase the Moon


Chase the Moon is the bastard child of West Side Story’s romance, the often violent and stylized world of The Warriors, and the horror sensibilities of The Monster Squad. It’s a perfect fit for readers looking for 1980’s nostalgia tinged with both the macabre and beautiful.

This sounds absolutely smashing and something that the comic universe needs. I mean…West Side Story, The Warriors, and The Monster Squad all rolled into one? Get your mouse buttons ready and go pledge to make this one happen!

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Created by Chris-Cliff-Reichard

Pencils by Karly Engracia

Ink by Vincent Alcantra

Colouring by Davi Comodo

THE DEAL: The Apocalypse is here. Demons erupt from the depths, tearing civilization into tatters. Money, work, politics – these things seem laughably trite when abominations are eating your friends as an appetizer and you’re the main course. But there’s good news – in the midst of Hell’s emergence on Earth, they arrive: the Four of legend, horses and all … and they’re our only hope.

THE GOOD: Angels Of Hell wastes no time sinking its teeth into the story; the end has come, we’re all screwed, grab your bug-out bag and hit the bricks. Why? It doesn’t matter! Have you seen outside? Diving right into the action keeps the reader focused on the page, rooting for characters, rather than ...

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Written by: Stuart Moore

Pencils by: June Brigman

Inks by: Roy Richardson

Colors by: Veronica Gandini

Lettering by: Richard Starkings and Comicraft’s Jimmy Betancourt

This issue we follow some more of the secondary characters one of which is a large furry feline named Mittens, who is a gruff behemoth of a cat, with a terrible CATtitude! He is sent by the titular character to do the absolute worst job on the ship! I’m not going to spoil what job that is, but if you ever owned a cat or multiple cats before, you know what that job is. they also deal with a bit of an overpopulation problem on the ship which I thought was biting commentary on some real-world problems...

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Grand Rapids Comic Con 2018

Grand Rapids Comic ConOnce again, Devos Hall played host to Grand Rapids Comic Con this year and once again, I was impressed. The weather was a bit ewww, but that didn’t stop people from coming out and enjoying all of the fun that the show had to offer. Let’s break it down:

The Good:

The show has continued to expand and while things weren’t always quite where I expected them to be, the staff (some wearing superhero capes!) that I spoke to were all friendly and willing to point me in the right direction.  Everyone seemed relaxed and happy to help, which, from experience, I can tell you isn’t always the case. I also appreciated most of the layout of the vendor floor...

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Kickstarter/Indiegogo Spotlight: Ancient Daze Issue 3

I love when we can bring you a Kickstarter that is to bring a new issue of something to life. Ancient Daze is looking to have it’s 3rd issue published and you can help!

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