Category Geek-O-Rama

Chuck’s Raw Reviews: Welcome to the Void

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Kickstarter/Indiegogo of the Week: Superheresies

SUPERHERESIES is a full-color 28-page comic featuring three short stories, each similar in style to Golden Age comics and with a halftone filter to simulate the look of old newsprint (without actually being newsprint).  The physical copy is 7.75″ x 10.25″ (197 mm x 260 mm), with interior pages printed on 50# paper.  There will be three cover variants.

What an incredibly cool idea! If you think so, back this project today before it’s too late!

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THE FUTURE IS IN PERIL IN THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN ‘2099’ LAUNCH TRAILER!

The past and future collide! Can the Spider-Men of two times set things straight, or will there be only dark times ahead for the Marvel Universe? The first chapter in the epic Amazing Spider-Man event, “2099,” hits stands today – get the lowdown on the story in this launch trailer featuring Executive Editor Nick Lowe and writer Nick Spencer!

Miguel O’Hara, the Spider-Man of the year 2099, travels back to our time to enlist Peter Parker’s aid in preventing the collapse of the time stream. But with Spider-Man’s past making his present tense and Doctor Doom seeking to make the future perfect, does Spidey stand a chance? Plus – see a slew of new and returning heroes and villains in a series of 2099 one-shots!

“We wanted to capture the spirit of the original 2099, but while doin...

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Chuck’s Raw Reviews: Broke Down and Four Dead Bodies

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NUTMEG VOLUME 5 is Nancy Drew by way of Scarface

“Spring: The Good Dine Young” collects the series finale of NUTMEG.

NUTMEG VOLUME 5
Writer(s):
James F. Wright
Artist Name(s): Jackie Crofts (art, colors), Josh Eckert (colors), James F. Wright (lettering)
Cover Artist(s): Jackie Crofts
96 pgs./ T / FC
$11.99
Action Lab Entertainment brings you NUTMEG VOLUME 5! This collection includes the previously digital only NUTMEG #13-15, which sees, at long last, the saga of Poppy and Cassia and their illicit brownie-baking empire comes to its bittersweet end here in the series finale.

This is where the journey ends. But with that in mind, it’s still worth picking up if you haven’t been following. Because you can start from the beginning and won’t have to wait or wonder when it all wraps up. 🙂

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