• STORE REVIEW: COMICS TOONS N’ TOYS0

    Comics Toon N’ Toys PHONE NUMBER: 714-730-2117 ADDRESS: 13542 Newport Avenue, Tustin, California 92780 On my lifelong quest to visit every comic book shop in the world, I made a special trip through SoCal traffic to visit Comics Toons N’ Toys. Taking up two store fronts, the shop offers a wide range of scintillating comics

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  • Queering Comics: “Anything That Loves Anthology” Review

    Queering Comics: “Anything That Loves Anthology” Review0

    Anything That Loves Anthology NW Press Edited by Charles “Zan” Christensen Featuring comics and illustrations by Adam Pruett, Agnes Czaja, Alex Dahm, Amy T. Falcone, Ashley Cook & Caroline Hobbs, Bill Roundy, Ellen Forney, Erika Moen, Jason A. Quest, Jason Thompson, John Lustig, Jon Macy, Josh Trujillo & Dave Valeza, Kate Leth, Kevin Boze, Leanne Franson,

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  • The case for Vampire Academy: I’m making it

    The case for Vampire Academy: I’m making it5

    As I haven’t read any of the six Vampire Academy novels, I have no preexisting  investment or disinvestment in the upcoming film. Sorry book fans, I’m here for the cast and crew, and for my precious, delicate, don’t-dash-it hope that what’s in these trailers is what we get on the big screen. (Bated breath, bated

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  • Store Review: Tate’s3

    Tate’s Phone Number: 954-748-0181 Email: emailus@tatescomics.com Address: 4566 North University Drive, Lauderhill, Florida, 33351 For reasons that elude me now, I found myself looking for something to do outside of Miami once. Am I ever glad that I stumbled upon Tate’s! They promise comics, toys, and more, but really, they deliver so much more. Not

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  • Webcomic Capsules — school, college and roommates

    Webcomic Capsules — school, college and roommates0

    Today’s Capsules is all about student life. Although I have to say our characters do anything but study–apparently, that’s not interesting material for a webcomic. High school, college, and even kidergarten, surely these students will find something interesting to do, such as solving mysteries like the Bad Machinery girls, fighting “villains” as our cute little

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  • Review: Cyborg 009 graphic novel, Archaia, 2013

    Review: Cyborg 009 graphic novel, Archaia, 20133

    Cyborg 009 F. J. DeSanto, Bradley Cramp, Marcus To, Ian Herring Published by Archaia, 2013 I don’t hate it. But this book feels rushed off its feet; a recap for old hands, not a reboot for new eyes. I’m a little familiar with Cyborg009–I’ve watched an episode of the 1968 cartoon (“anime”) and read a

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