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Dulce: The New Guy

Dulce - Comic Review - Geek-o-Rama

Co-writer/Creator: Eric J Cockrell

Co-writer/Creator: Gene Hoyle

Pencils/Inks: Greg Woronchak

Colors: Avery Ferdinand

Letterer: Michael Waggoner

Editor: Chuck Pineau

Release Date: Currently on Kickstarter

Strange things are said to occur two miles below the surface of the Archuleta Mesa in Dulce, New Mexico at the mysterious Dulce Base. Is it everything they say, or is it worse?

Marcus begins his first day at the mysterious base. With reptilians, fear deities, chimera, monsters, and a variety of races of aliens as friends; who needs enemies? Well, of course there’s one of those too!

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If you know either of the creators of this comic, you’ll have seen all of the hype that they’ve been building up over the past few months...

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Behind the Scenes: Blister

In the late 90s I began doing some promotional marketing work for local Chicago musicians.  I also ran a popular fansite for (the recently disbanded) Smoking Popes.  The site tracked the projects the various members were involved in, and kept track of the efforts to release the last of their recordings.

Around that time, I became friends with Mike Felumlee, who was previously the drummer for Smoking Popes and at the time was drumming for Alkaline Trio.  More importantly, Mike was owner of Double Zero Records and put out many record releases and promoted some really great bands.

When Mike, and a couple other members of Smoking Popes reunited in 2001 as a Christian band called “Duvall,” I became their webmaster, and as I was sometimes referred to, their “Fifth Beatle...

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Studio Erbo Celebrates Adhesive Man and the Adhesiverse’s 25th Anniversary

To mark the milestone 25th anniversary of the Adhesiverse, Studio Erbo has revealed plans for a year-long celebration.

Highlights of the anniversary festivities include the long-awaited re-editing and colorization of the 2009 Adhesive Man series, the release of The Gnat’s shelved 2009 series, and the debut of a more traditional take on the Adhesive Man character, in this summer’s The Unbelievable Adhesive Man.

First appearing in the amateur comic book, Adhesive Man #1, in late 1992, featuring artwork and script by Eric J Cockrell, Adhesive Man immediately grew a small fanbase that clamored for more. The hero was quickly joined by Darren Fitzpatrick’s The Gnat, and a slew of other characters...

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