New Series Makes a Splash With Watercolors


By Katy Scott

Working with his incredibly talented wife, Sharlene Kindt, as the watercolorist, Matt Kindt headlines as writer and illustrator for his newest comic, Dept. H.

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Are you Woman Enough?


Writer: Dayna Giehl

Are you too fat, too thin, too loud, too shy, too religious, too secular, too prudish, too sexual, too queer, too black, too brown, too whatever-it-is-they’ll-judge-you-for-today?

Bitch Planet is the place for you.

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Dark Undertones Not for Spidey


Less Dialogue, More Web Slinging

Writer: Tom Aiello

Jose Molina’s “Amazing Grace,” printed between the issues of Amazing Spider-Man as one of Marvel’s point-series, attempts to have Spider-Man come to terms with religion. Prior to this story, Peter Parker had never been portrayed with a particular rapport with any faith.  

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Letter from the Editor

When someone asks me why I love the nerd culture, I think of so many instances that may define that love. I find myself immersed in the geekdom of whatever new nerd experience I can manage. There have been too many times that I’ve found myself falling in love with a new aspect of this culture.

Sometimes it takes someone who has fallen in love hundreds of times to be able to point out the good, bad, and ugly side of this industry. Our goal is to guide you properly, whether it may be the industry overhyping or the real deal.

Whether we share articles about comics, movies, games, or events, we want to share our nerd expertise with you.

We also recognize that we may not be able to give you an expert opinion just from our staff, which is why we need YOU, reader, to become a writer.

We allow all fans to submit articles to us using our format. Your articles will be edited and published when the timing is right. Are you really excited for the new Star Wars movie at the end of the year? Write about it. We will publish it.

I hope you enjoy our content and our outlook on this amazing industry.

Owner of “Ryan’s Comics”

You should Pull Kennel Block Blues

Kennel-Block-Blues-2016-1-FeaWriter: Resty Grey

Oliver, a black and white Boston terrier, rides a cartoon bus down a bouncing road that’s paved through a forest of smiling trees. The bus approaches a pink and yellow castle while he sings show tunes beside caricatures of cats and dogs, professing his perfect day.

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