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Oct 2016

Why I Read: Skullkickers

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Heyo! Dan here. Recently I was reviewing our Links page and the lists of comics I am reading or have read, and decided to shine a spotlight on an excellent webcomic that reached its conclusion recently, Skullkickers.  The story is by Jim Zub (who also has an amazing webcomic craft tutorials site), with Line art by Edwin Huang, Colors by Misty Coats, and Lettering by Marshall Dillon. Throughout the course of the comic, other team members assisted the core team, like colorist Mike Luckas and others. Too many to list them all individually, but that’s why you’re going to go to their site and read it! XD

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Sep 2016

Why I Read: Beauty and the Beast

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Hey everybody, it’s melaredblu [Dan note: creator of the webcomic Princess Chroma, which you should also read] again, back with another webcomic to shamelessly gush about. This time around, I’m going to be reviewing Megan Kearney’s Beauty and the Beast, a poetic, intelligent, and all-around beautiful adaptation of the classic fairy tale.

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Sep 2015

Why I Read: Kamikaze

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Another guest review by contributor Olivia Wylie of The Strip Show: A Webcomic Revue, and creator of the comic Parmeshen.

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Olivia’s post on why she reads the post-apocalyptic/dystopian action comic, Kamikaze, was originally posted here.

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