• Orphan Age #1: A Parent’s Best and Worst Nightmare

    Orphan Age #1: A Parent’s Best and Worst Nightmare0

    Orphan Age #1 Ted Anderson (writer), Marshall Dillon (letterer), Juan Doe (variant cover artist), Nuno Plati (illustrator) AfterShock Comics April 2019 As the parent of an 11 and 13-year old, their independence means magic to me. It means I am free to go out on my own, without dragging them along or worrying about daycare.

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  • Exploring How Stories Are Told with Ted Anderson

    Exploring How Stories Are Told with Ted Anderson0

    Something that’s really fun in the world of comics is realizing that several of your favorite comics are being written by the same author. That’s how I felt about Ted Anderson when I realized he was writing not only Moth & Whisper (my favorite charming YA cyberpunk spy story) but also several very enjoyable recent

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  • Adventure Time’s The Beginning of the End Crashes Through Ooo’s History

    Adventure Time’s The Beginning of the End Crashes Through Ooo’s History0

    Adventure Time: The Beginning of the End BOOM! Studios Ted Anderson (writer), Whitney Cogar (colorist), Marina Julia (artist) October 23rd, 2018 When this miniseries first started coming out in May, several months in advance of the long-scheduled Adventure Time series finale, I knew it was going to be an emotional ride. With a title like

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  • Beyond the Adventure Time Finale: Season 11 #1

    Beyond the Adventure Time Finale: Season 11 #10

    Adventure Time Season 11 #1 Ted Anderson (writer), Meg Casey (colorist), Marina Julia (artist), Sonny Liew (story) BOOM! Studios October 10th, 2018 This review contains spoilers for the Adventure Time finale! As a long time fan of Adventure Time since season one, the finale last month was a bittersweet event for me. It’s a show

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  • Moth & Whisper #1 Delivers Intrigue and Heart

    Moth & Whisper #1 Delivers Intrigue and Heart0

    Moth & Whisper #1 Ted Anderson (writer), Jen Hickman (artist) AfterShock Comics September 12, 2018 Moth & Whisper is described by their publisher, AfterShock, as “a Young Adult cyberpunk thriller starring a genderqueer super-thief,” and if that’s not enough to get you on board, I don’t know what to tell you.

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