Tag: sci-fi

Comics Alternative Interviews: Back with Sophie Goldstein

Time Codes: 00:00:24 – Introduction 00:02:39 – Setup of interview 00:04:28 – Interview with Sophie Goldstein 01:16:41 – Wrap up 01:18:21 – Contact us Sci-Fi and the Art of Psycho-Sexual Drama On this episode of The Comics Alternative‘s interview series, Paul and

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Review: Descender Vol. 1 – 3

By Johnny Hall and Paul Lai Descender Vol 1-3 In the spirit of the “Two PhDs Talking about Comics,” the Comics Alternative Blog is trying a new format: reviews that are dialogues between two comics critics, assessing a work from

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Comics Alternative Interviews: Ethan Young

Time Codes: 00:00:24 – Introduction 00:02:49 – Setup of interview 00:03:54 – Interview with Ethan Young 01:15:31 – Wrap up 01:16:54 – Contact us Defenders Derek and Andy W. have the pleasure of talking with Ethan Young, whose latest work has just been released

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Webcomics: Reviews of Femme Noir, It Will All Hurt, and FreakAngels

“No shark has been jumped” For the February webcomics show, Sean and Derek explore three very different titles. They begin with Christopher Mills and Joe Staton’s Femme Noir, a unique twist on the crime noir genre. This is series of tales

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Episode 106: Reviews of Skandalon, Meteor Men, and Punks: The Comic #1

Listen to the podcast! [powerpress] “Lots of nut punching” This week on the podcast, Derek and Andy discuss three new titles that range from the profound to the insane. They begin with the new book from Julie Maroh, Skandalon (Arsenal Pulp

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Comics Alternative Podcast Episode 96.1: On Location at Collected Comics in Plano

Listen to the podcast! [powerpress] Talking Sci-Fi Comics It’s another month, so Derek is back at his local shop, Collected Comics and Games in Plano, TX. This time around, the topic is sci-fi comics, and joining Derek is new shop

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Comics Alternative Podcast Episode 94: Reviews of Murder Me Dead, Black Market #1, and Low #1

Listen to the podcast! [powerpress] Hot Reading Fun in the Summer This week on The Comics Alternative, Derek and Andy W. discuss three new titles. First they look at the reissue of David Lapham’s Murder Me Dead (Image). Originally a nine-issue miniseries that was

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Comics Alternative Interviews: Ben Hatke

Listen to the podcast! [powerpress] Journey through the Zitaverse On this episode of The Comics Alternative Interview, Derek and Andy W. talk with Ben Hatke, creator of the Zita the Spacegirl series. Of course they discuss Ben’s signature works —

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Comics Alternative Podcast Episode 79: Reviews of Rio: The Complete Saga, Judge Dredd: Mega City Two, and Rogue Trooper

Listen to the podcast! [powerpress] A Veritable IDW Lovefest This week on The Comics Alternative, Andy and Derek review three recent titles, all from IDW (they didn’t plan this…it just turned out that the comics they really wanted to discuss were

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Comics Alternative Podcast Episode 73: A Review of Red Light Properties and The Fuse #1

Listen to the podcast! [powerpress] Creamy Comix This week on the podcast Derek is joined by Andy Wolverton, yet another doctor who talks about comics…and a regular reviewer on The Comics Alternative blog. They review two new titles: Dan Goldman’s Red Light Properties (IDW

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Review: Lazarus, Book One: Family

by Andy Wolverton Lazarus, Book One: Family, by Greg Rucka and Michael Lark (Image) An interviewer once asked movie director Sam Peckinpah why he loved violence so much in his films. Peckinpah responded that he loathed violence; he just wanted the

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Comics Alternative Podcast Episode 53.1: Talking Science Fiction Comics at Collected Comics, Part 2

Listen to the podcast! [powerpress] Imagine Greater It’s time again for the Two Guys with PhDs to head back to Lone Star Comics in Plano, TX, for their monthly on-location show. However, this month it is not Lone Star Comics

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