• Blood and Glitter: A Book of Art, Perspective, and Choices

    Blood and Glitter: A Book of Art, Perspective, and Choices0

    “I don’t go into a session intending to make any kind of statement. I’m looking for the mysterious, how to explore the unique enigma of the situation. I think photography is as much about concealing as it is about revealing. The resolution lies in the art of freezing. The thrill is to seize the magic

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  • Zine Review and Interview: Atalanta and the Footrace by Salt

    Zine Review and Interview: Atalanta and the Footrace by Salt0

    Zines come in all different sizes. There are big, chunky anthology zines, slim fanzines, teeny minizines, and emotionally heavy perzines. The contrast between the size of a final publication and the incredible amount of effort put forth to create it really hit me when I received Kim Salt’s Atalanta and the Footrace. Specs from the etsy shop description highlight

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  • Review: Toil & Trouble #3

    Review: Toil & Trouble #30

    Toil & Trouble #3 Mairghread Scott (script), Kelly & Nichole Matthews (art), Warrent Montgomery (letters), Kyla Vanderklugt (cover) Archaia November 4, 2015 This issue, the midway point of this miniseries, finally reveals one of the most contested characters of Shakespeare’s canon—the engimatic Lady Macbeth.

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  • Review: Toil & Trouble #2

    Review: Toil & Trouble #20

    Toil & Trouble #2 Mairghread Scott (script), Kelly & Nichole Matthews (art & colors), Warren Montgomery (letters), Kyla Vanderklugt (cover) Archaia October 7, 2015 Disclaimer: This review may contain spoilers and is based on an advanced review copy from Boom/Archaia. Join me for a review of issue #2 of Mairghread Scott and Kelly and Nichole

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  • Incredible Indie Tuesday: Comixology Digital Domination Expands

    Incredible Indie Tuesday: Comixology Digital Domination Expands0

    Comixology’s digital marketplace got a little larger this week with Black Mask Studios and Weekly Shonen Jump comics coming to the site. I’m particularly excited to start picking up We Can Never Go Home from Black Mask Studios which has been getting tons of critical acclaim. For manga fans, the Weekly Shonen Jump anthology is

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  • Girls Just Want a Warrior Princess: A Roundtable on Xena

    Girls Just Want a Warrior Princess: A Roundtable on Xena1

    The Hollywood Reporter sent a generation of young adults into a tizzy on social media this week with their report of a Xena the Warrior Princess reboot from NBC and NBC Universal International. Despite star Lucy Lawless’ later tweet about the reboot remaining a rumour, the response definitely proved that in a time where ancient

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