• Self-Care and Ghosts: A Review of Archival Quality

    Self-Care and Ghosts: A Review of Archival Quality0

    Archival Quality Ivy Noelle Weir (writing), Steenz (art and color), Joamette Gil (letters) Oni Press March 6, 2018 I have struggled with mental illness all my life. From depression to extreme anxiety, it is something that at times I feel like I should hide. The beauty of a book like Oni Press’ Archival Quality (AQ), written by Ivy

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  • Gotta Catch “Pocket Mortys: Pocket Like You Stole It”

    Gotta Catch “Pocket Mortys: Pocket Like You Stole It”0

    Rick and Morty: Pocket Like You Stole It Tini Howard (Writer), Marc Ellerby (Artist), Katy Farina (Colorist) Oni Press March 21, 2018 The Rick and Morty tie-in game Pocket Mortys hit mobile devices in 2016, but has had a surprisingly long … um, app store life for what’s basically a less complex Pokemon parody. The

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  • Pubwatch Oni Press – Celebrating 20 Years with Charity and Dragons

    Pubwatch Oni Press – Celebrating 20 Years with Charity and Dragons0

    And we’re back! Two-ish months in and it already feels like a year’s worth of things have happened in 2018 (did January last like three months for anyone else?). Over in the Oni Press corner, we’ve got some catching up to do, so let’s get going. Things to look forward to: Have you read Katie

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  • Rick and Morty and The Vindicators Superhero Comics Event Event

    Rick and Morty and The Vindicators Superhero Comics Event Event0

    Rick and Morty Presents The Vindicators #1 J. Torres (Writer), CJ Cannon (Art), Nick Filardi (Colors), Crank! (Letters) Oni Press March 7 2018 I wasn’t sure what to expect when I started reading this issue. I’ve watched Rick and Morty on Adult Swim and found it amusing, but never read the comic before. How close would

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  • Recovering Things Forgotten With Ivy Noelle Weir and Steenz

    Recovering Things Forgotten With Ivy Noelle Weir and Steenz0

    Archival Quality Ivy Noelle Weir (writer), Steenz (artist) Oni Press March 2018 Archival Quality is a story with surprising depth and nuance. The premise of the story, that of a twenty-something who begins working at a haunted library, was enough to get me to read it. In addition to the premise, I wanted to read

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  • Webcomic Wonders: Natalie Riess

    Webcomic Wonders: Natalie Riess0

    Curious about webcomics and where to start? Get insight from those on the ground floor. Now a significant focal point in terms of queer comics and readership, webcomics have flourished over the last few years as a diverse community. Curious about the creators’ perspectives, our intrepid reporter interviewed several at Flame Con 2017, Brooklyn’s annual

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