• The Mighty Zodiac’s J.Torres’ Ladies Night Adventure

    The Mighty Zodiac’s J.Torres’ Ladies Night Adventure0

    I’m not sure what writer J. Torres expected when he stepped into the after hours gathering of Comic Book Addiction’s Ladies Night. We were very polite as he joined our circle to give us a behind-the-scenes look at the comic creation process and introduce us to his latest work, The Mighty Zodiac from Oni Press.

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  • A Quick Stop in The Nameless City

    A Quick Stop in The Nameless City0

    The Nameless City Faith Erin Hicks Jordie Bellaire, color First Second April 2016 Disclaimer: This review was based on an advanced reader copy. The Nameless City is the first book in a planned trilogy by Eisner-winner Faith Erin Hicks. With a long resume of excellent books, Hicks has often targeted middle-grade readers, and they are

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  • Princeless #1 Joins the Scholastic Book Club

    Princeless #1 Joins the Scholastic Book Club0

    I was almost late for my chat with Princeless author Jeremy Whitley the other night. Why? Because my daughters wanted to read Princeless volume 1: Save Yourself again. When I first went hunting for Princeless, it was indeed a hunt. I eventually scored a copy of the original manga-sized first print, which, Whitley says, he’d seen

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  • Eleven Year Old Sasha Matthews Could Teach You A Thing Or Two About Making Comics

    Eleven Year Old Sasha Matthews Could Teach You A Thing Or Two About Making Comics0

    Want to make and publish your own comic? Eleven year old Sasha Matthews has all the answers. Well, maybe not all the answers, but this young lady certainly has a plan and, with the support of her parents, has already published two comics of her own and has her own publishing company, Rumble Comics. Her

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  • YA? Why Not?! What Does “YA” Mean Anyway?

    YA? Why Not?! What Does “YA” Mean Anyway?2

    • February 9, 2016

    If somehow you’ve emerged from a Cold War-esque bunker or have otherwise been under a rock for the last ten to fifteen, you may be wondering, “What is all of this ‘YA’ hullabaloo anyway and why would I care?” If you are, that’s okay! YA as a category has seen an “explosion of books” in

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  • Manga to (Yo-Kai) Watch Out For

    Manga to (Yo-Kai) Watch Out For0

    Whether you’re a fan of video games, television, or comics, odds are you’ve heard buzz surrounding Yo-Kai Watch, the latest Japanese franchise to take off around the globe. At the very least, you’ve probably seen some clickbait-y links hailing it as “the next Pokémon.” Curious about the next generation of mon adventures? Desensitized to the

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