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Over Easy

A funny, fast-paced semi-autobiographical coming-of-age memoir set in an Oakland restaurant in the post-hippy, early-punk days of the late ’70s. Continue reading


Beautiful Darkness

Accentuating the “grim” in “Grimm” for both laughs and shudders, French comics writer Fabien Vehlmann and married illustration team Kerascoet – the pen name of Marie Pommepuy and Sébastien Cosset – take the precious trope of tiny fairy-like people wandering … Continue reading


Superman: The Golden Age Sundays 1943-1946

What does an American with the powers of a god do when the country goes to war? Continue reading


Sleazy Slice #7

Not that Robin Bougie cares much, but the Vancouver artist/editor’s seven years-running porno comics anthology hasn’t ever really received the credit it deserves. Continue reading


“Life Zone”

At first glance, Simon Hanselmann’s “Life Zone” could pass as an Adult Swim show, or even a reality television one, if the characters were, you know, human. Continue reading


Multiple Warheads

This is not a long-gestating passion project that took years to see to its envisioned-from-the-outset conclusion, but a collection of comics drawn over the course of a decade, as the ongoing and evolving concern of an artist operating in a … Continue reading


Pregnant Butch

The pregnancy of Teek Thomsson, a dyed-in-the-wool butch dyke. Based on the author’s own experiences. Continue reading


Metabarons Genesis: Castaka

It’s another Jodorowsky western, with the grown stud, his warrior wife, and their two borderline-feral daughters becoming intergalactic Indian desperadoes, sacking wagon trains along the trail of stars for profit and revenge. Continue reading