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The Prince and the Dressmaker

It may not begin with the words “Once upon a time,” but The Prince and the Dressmaker is a fairy tale through and through. From the prince looking for a wife (sort of) to the magical transformations (in a manner … Continue reading


Kim Reaper Vol 1

Maybe I’ve got a broken heart. That’s not unusual. I’ve always got a broken heart. That’s life, really. Everyone’s got a broken heart now. They’re all the rage. Maybe I’ve got a broken heart and I’ve been sitting here trying to … Continue reading


Eternal Friendship

From the perspective of a reader of comics, the graphic novel is a mature aspect of the world of book publishing. But the larger literary world is hesitant to put unique and borderline work into the category of “comics.” A … Continue reading


Flayed Corpse and Other Stories

The second book collection of short stories from horror master Josh Simmons, including several collaborations with other artists, including Tara Booth, Eroyn Franklin, Ben Horak, Patrick Keck, James Romberger, and Tom Van Deusen. Continue reading


Oblivion Song #1

A cataclysm has already taken place. Presumably hundreds of people are dead, missing, or being used for nefarious purposes. But there’s one man… a loner who isn’t duped. An outsider who’s been told by everyone—so-called experts, the needling government, his … Continue reading


Migraine; Two Stories

Migraine by Woshibai and Two Stories by Gantea mark the first entries in a series of contemporary lianhuanhua translations from Brooklyn micropress Paradise Systems. Continue reading


Twisted Romance #1

Twisted Romance is a new four-issue anthology series from Image, with issues coming out every week this past February. Each issue consists of a main comics story that pairs writer Alex de Campi with a different artist, a backup comics … Continue reading



Blexbolex has cracked the code. The French cartoonist with the name that sounds like a friendly robot has worked in a wide variety of styles, from the simple interlocking blocks of bright color seen in his kid’s books People and Seasons, to the … Continue reading