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Kevin Eastman at Baltimore Comic-Con

Baltimore Comic-Con Day 2: Kevin Eastman Spotlight

Kevin Eastman is responsible for creating the characters that ended up in the cartoon show I was obsessed with as a kid. I spent every dollar I could find on the toys. I saw all three of the 1990s movies. Later, as an adult, I

Michael Rowe Spotlight at Baltimore Comic-Con 2016

Baltimore Comic-Con Day 2: Michael Rowe Spotlight

Christy Blanch, who Comic POW! readers will know as the writer of The Damnation of Charlie Wormwood and the professor behind the MOOC that led to the redesign of this site, was the moderator for all the spotlight panels at Baltimore Comic-Con 2016. If you

John Layman and Rob Guillory at Baltimore Comic-Con

Baltimore Comic-Con 2016 Day 1: Interview with John Layman

On the first day of Baltimore Comic-Con I was able to score two awesome interviews – John Layman and Rob Guillory of Chew. In order to allow them to man their table, I conducted two separate interviews. In this interview we discuss the significance of

From One President to Another: Letter 44

There’s a quote people like to throw around on the Internet, “Never attribute to malice that which can be explained by stupidity.” Some attribute this to Napoleon, but it doesn’t matter if he actually said it, it’s a pretty good maxim to help people out

Daybreak: First Person Zombies!

I’m back with a look at Daybreak. I’m hoping to be able to get onto a more consistent track, but time will tell if I can manage that at this time. Images used in the video:

Things go Massively Wrong in The Massive

The best thing about the Humble Bundle and other similar deals is that you may go after the bundle for one book that interests you and end up with lots of other stories you never would have considered otherwise. It’s why the publishers are so

Lost Dogs are All Around Us

The world can be a pretty tough place and in Lost Dogs we see the worst of it. We know there are bad people out there, but we want to believe in the good of folks or that perhaps bad things won’t happen to us

Being a Teen can be like living in Hell

If I have one criticism of Oh, Hell, it’s that the plot feels rushed. In one volume we meet the main characters, learn of the school in Hell, learn the backstories of the main characters, and have a resolution to the plot. George Wassil has