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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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Created, Written and Illustrated by: Angie Spice

Dialogue and Historical Advisor: Helen Strickland

Australia, 1940 – a mysterious and beautiful Courier; Geraldine Barker sets out into the Tasmanian Wilderness to make a delivery with her feline companion Purbly. However, Geraldine has an ulterior agenda for the trip. The story follows the mystery of the awe-inspiring Tasmanian Tiger (Thylacine), native carnivorous marsupials hunted to extinction in 1936 but believed by some to still survive deep in the wilderness...

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Chuck’s Raw Reviews: Mr. Tatters


Chuck is a new addition to the Geek-o-Rama crew and it’s going to be one wild ride, I can already tell! Sit back and try to relax as he keeps you on the edge of your seats with his review of Lonnie Webb’s Mr. Tatters! Then, stay tuned in upcoming weeks as he introduces us to an entirely new side of the indie comic geek-o-verse.

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Captain Ginger #1

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

Captain Ginger is about a spaceship full of highly evolved felines, who inherit the ship after all human life has been eradicated. Think Star Trek meets Planet of the Apes…but with cats!

First off I can say that it is clear that the writer Stuart Moore is a cat person, there are countless references to the behavioral characteristics of cats, that only a cat owner will pick up on and appreciate. That being said, Moores writing is clever and concise, but I wish there was a bit more character development in the first few pages...

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