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Eggs

24 pages of achingly bittersweet awesome from everyone’s favorite bassist from psychedelic rock band, The Gentle Art of Floating. This book is rated Mature Eyes Only.

The Good
This is a neat little compilation of honest stories, and you may just find yourself relating to one. Even if you can’t, they are tales about life that you can get a laugh from.  With sections involving everything from working at a sex shop, to the woes of school, the stories are certainly meant to entertain.  The newspaper comic style you don’t usually see in a book suits the approach to storytelling.

The Bad
Although some of the stories you may be able to relate to, not everyone will be able to appreciate all of the topics discussed...

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Action Lab Entertainment Acquires Digital Distribution With ComiXology

2012 has been a great year for Action Lab Entertainment, and now things have been taken to new levels of excitement for digital comic readers.

Starting November 14th, Action Lab Entertainment makes its digital debut with one of the most popular digital comic book distributors in the market, ComiXology.

The first Action Lab book to make its launch on ComiXology will be Princeless. The two-time 2012 Eisner Nominated and three-time 2012 Glyph Award-winning series comes to ComiXology with the full release of the entire run from Volume One, written by Jeremy Whitley and featuring art by M. Goodwin...

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Kickstarter of the Week: Monstrology

From the desks of comics’ best up-and-coming creative teams, MONSTROLOGY is an anthology of monster stories unlike any other!

Edited by Scott O. Brown and Rachel Deering, Monstrology is 112 pages of pure terror. The monsters are the driving theme of every story. This collection isn’t about twist endings–though we have some–nor is it about a good scare or gore–we have those, too. These stories mix and match monsters in new milieus that bring out new and interesting twists on the monsters and their victims.

This awesome collection includes the following stories:

Troll Behavior by Andrew Foley & G...

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Cricket, Agent of U.N.I.C.O.R.N

“Cricket jumps out of the pages of Critter as she takes on a Russian terrorist cell as well as tackling her own internal conflicts. Cricket has choices to make like any other super powered person, but has her life of crime and her desire to see the heroes of the world punished for her father’s death been worth the struggle?

Villain or hero is a decision she has to make on her own – or with some careful nudging from Paradox.”

Sometimes, in life, you just drop the ball. That’s what I did with this review. I was handed this book by its author back at the end of September and I read it the very same night, while sitting in a hotel room. I was so excited about it that I told people about it and somehow, my brain turned that into I wrote about it...

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House of Night

Until recently, Zoey Redbird was an average high-school student worrying about grades, boys, and breakouts. But priorities have a way of changing when you’re Marked as a vampyre, enroll in the vampyre academy House of Night, and have to figure out a whole new social hierarchy, affinities for elemental magic, and physiological changes that make you crave blood! Collects issues #1-#5 of the series.

Follow Zoey, and her group of devoted friends, as they turn to The Fledgling Handbook, a historical vampyre tome, in hopes of better understanding this big, new world of vampyrism.

* The magical world of New York Times best-selling authors P. C. Cast and Kristin Cast comes to comics!

The Good:
As a fan of the House of Night books, I was beyond excited when the site was offered a chance to revie...

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