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May 2015

Why I Read: The Piano Tuner’s Niece

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Hi, everybody!  Delta-v returns to you bearing another webcomic with an interesting premise.  What if a coming-of-age story really did hinge on the character’s coming of age?

Author T. Stimac who, with artist Margaret Lyon produce this little gem, gave me permission to introduce you to his brainchild, so let’s go see what’s going on in the life of  The Piano Tuner’s Niece.

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May 2015

Why I Read: Guardian Ghost

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Hi, everybody!  It’s Delta-v, coming to you with the latest webcomic I think you will find interesting.  This one is an exploration of ghosts, the spirit realm, more-or-less mortals, and the zany possibilities therein.  Artist and author MannyKat8x, A.K.A. “Manny” or “Sarah”, was intrigued by the idea, so let’s go do some ghosthunting in the fairly eerie realm of Guardian Ghost.

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Apr 2015

Why I Read: Back Office

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Hi,everybody!  It’s Delta-v again, and I’m doing something this week that I’ve never done before.  I’m going to review a webcomic by a Creator whose work I reviewed earlier.  That Creator is Mark Egan of Bata Neart fame, and this comic has absolutely nothing at all to do with the other.  Mark thinks I may be missing a few marbles (It’s possible, granted) but he’s as curious as a cat to see what I come up with, so here goes:  It’s super geeky, slightly freaky, and altogether…….delightful.  Fellow comic enthusiasts, I present to you, Back Office.

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Apr 2015

Why I Read: Comatose

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Hello everyone, it’s melaredblu yet again, with another round of shameless gushing. The last two comics I wrote about were harmless and cutesy, but this time, I’m going to be tackling something a little more serious. This is a review for psychological sci-fi Comatose.

Before I start, I’d like to point out this comic features strong language and drug use, meaning it’s meant for a mature audience. It also features action violence, meaning it’s meant for an awesome audience.

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