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Princeless Tales of the Family Ashe

 While Adrienne is having the adventure of her lifetime, her family is getting pulled into the fray!  Learn what happens to the ethereal Angelica in the aftermath of Adrienne’s rescue attempt!  Shudder to learn what horrible fate has befallen Adrienne’s next sister, Angoisse!  And learn the rest of the tale of the young King Ashe, ensnared in the trap of the fiendish elves.

It’s not surprising to me at all that we would get some one-shots for the ever popular Princeless title.  The series, in my humble opinion, is one that is more than deserving of extra content.  From the very first issues I got my hands on, it has definitely been one of my favorites in recent months.  With this addition to the collection, Tales of the Family Ashe puts one more notch in the count.

Although short and s...

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New Comic Day: March 19th 2014

Femforce #166, $9.95

Princeless Volume 1 TP (New Printing), $11.99

Basewood HC, $19.95

16-Bit Zombies #1, $3.99
Ghost Cop #3 (Of 3), $3.99

Stephen King Films FAQ SC, $24.99
Zombie Film From White Zombie To World War Z SC, $29.99

Spotlight GN, $14.95
Steam Engines Of Oz Volume 2 The Geared Leviathan TP, $19.95

Archie’s Funhouse Double Digest #3, $3.99
Fox #5 (Dean Haspiel Variant Cover), $2.99
Sonic The Hedgehog #258 (Rafa Knight Return Of Princess Sally Variant Cover), $2.99
Sonic The Hedgehog #258 (Tyson Hesse Regular Cover), $2.99
World Of Archie Double Digest #38, $4.99

Crossed Badlands #49 (German Erramouspe Wraparound Cover), $3.99
Crossed Badlands ...

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BONUS Kickstarter/Indiegogo Spotlight: The Sword: Volume One

We all love Kickstarters so much that we’re bringing you a bonus this week!  With just shy of a week to go, we’d like to bring to light this great printed collection of Tobias Neal’s fantasy adventure webcomic, The Sword.  For more information, please go check out the Kickstarter page.

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Monsters and Other Stories TPB

Off the top, not my usual comic. I’m usually all about the superheroes when I pick up a comic and I tend to avoid the horror genre, but this was a very pleasant surprise.

Gustavo Duarte is a talented artist, that much is sure. I’m a big fan of his clean lines and expressive form that isn’t left wanting for the absence of script. His ability to create facial expressions that perfectly express what the audience would expect from an actor or monster in a movie is fabulous. Many times I found myself creating the sound effects I would expect to see written out in frame in other books, but his art expressed the scene so well, they would have just cluttered up the frame.

His twists are well timed, and his mix of comedy and horror are well balanced...

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Kickstarter/Indiegogo Spotlight: Tanner Jones and the Quest for the Monkey Stone

This is one project that I am praying I have enough money to help fund. It’s no secret that I love Travis Hanson’s work. I love it so much that when one of my prints accidently got something red spilled on it by a child, I nearly wept. If you’re not familiar with Travis or his amazing work, please go check out this Kickstarter and see if you can help make Tanner’s dreams come true.

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