• Small Press Bites: Faves of 2017 Edition

    Small Press Bites: Faves of 2017 Edition2

    Another year has come to a close, and in-between experiencing an existential despair heretofore unknown to me, I read a bunch of great comics. And so did our bevy of wonderful writers! And some of those comics happened to come from small presses, indie creators, self-publishing, and the internet. We’ve written up a collection of

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  • A Fantastical Stroll Through Nightlights

    A Fantastical Stroll Through Nightlights0

    Nightlights Lorena Alvarez Nobrow Press March 14, 2017 Lorena Alvarez’s Nightlights is a book of wonder. Before you even take a peek inside, you’re drawn in by the stunning cover with its dark purples and greens, light pinks and oranges, and aquatic blues. I wanted to read this book when I first saw the cover almost a year

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  • Tough, Sweet Animals Survive the Apocalypse in Jen Lee’s Garbage Night

    Tough, Sweet Animals Survive the Apocalypse in Jen Lee’s Garbage Night0

    Garbage Night Jen Lee (Writer and Artist) Nobrow Press June 13, 2017 A review copy was provided by the publisher. Imagining what survival will look like in the dystopian future is one thing, but what will it be like for our precious pets? Garbage Night is the second installment in Jen Lee’s series about three

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  • Fantasy Sports: Morally Grey Wizards Play Basketball

    Fantasy Sports: Morally Grey Wizards Play Basketball0

    Fantasy Sports No. 1 Sam Bosma Nobrow Press Whether you’re suffering post-SPX withdrawal or are reflecting on your tragically SPX-free weekend, I’m sure you’re curious about the Ignatz winners. Who are these earnest indie creators picking up awards? Should I buy these books? I can enthusiastically say yes, buy them all and do it now,

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  • Emotional Survivalism & Powdered Sherbet: How to Survive in the North

    Emotional Survivalism & Powdered Sherbet: How to Survive in the North0

    How to Survive in the North Luke Healy NoBrow November 2016 Disclaimer: This review is based on a review copy provided by the publisher. I’ve never been satisfied with sayings like you don’t know what you’ve got til it’s gone. Why bother having the saying if the meaning isn’t possible to apply preemptively? I am

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