Wednesday, November 26, 2014 • Afternoon Edition • "Bring your own straight jacket."

Amanda Comi

Amanda is grumpy and crunchy on the outside with a warm squishy center comprised primarily of human organs. Much like a cat, she is easily distracted by pretty colors or flashy bits of foil. If Amanda notices that you’re busy enjoying yourself, she will start complaining and sit on your keyboard until you pay attention to her. By day she wrangles numbers from a cubicle, by night she sleeps, and by weekends… she also sleeps. She believes that comics can be enjoyed by everyone and looks forward to proving that hypothesis. She just barely does the twitter thing as @hermitiancat, but that's a good place to find her.


Dark Ages #1: Knights & Aliens

Dark Ages #1: Knights & Aliens

By Amanda Comi in Reviews on August 27, 2014

Dark Ages was a really fun book with absolutely no zombies or vampires... so far.

Celebrating Chaos!

Celebrating Chaos!

By Amanda Comi in Reviews on August 5, 2014

When people turn their noses down at the comic book industry, Chaos is what their imaginations conjure.

Pound of Flesh: Amazing Independent Comic Review

Pound of Flesh: Amazing Independent Comic Review

By Amanda Comi in Reviews on July 31, 2014

The spirit is weak but the flesh is willing.

Undeniable Beauty: Eye of Newt

Undeniable Beauty: Eye of Newt

By Amanda Comi in Reviews on July 18, 2014

WHY DID THERE HAVE TO BE WORDS!?! DON'T LOOK AT THE WORDS.

Fluffy and Fuzzy: I Was the Cat

Fluffy and Fuzzy: I Was the Cat

By Amanda Comi in Reviews on July 18, 2014

An absurd premise descends into mediocrity, but it was better than zombies fighting vampires.

Black and White and Read All Over: White Suits

Black and White and Read All Over: White Suits

By Amanda Comi in Reviews on July 3, 2014

Aesthetically pleasing violence and a superficially complicated plot.

Review: The Wicked + The Divine #1

Review: The Wicked + The Divine #1

By Amanda Comi in Reviews on June 20, 2014

It's what orgasms aspire to be.

Review: Red City #1

Review: Red City #1

By Amanda Comi in Reviews on June 11, 2014

Blade Runner on Mars, but with brighter colors, less rain, and no replicants…yet.

Amanda's Review of Dark Horse's Aron Warner's Pariah

Amanda's Review of Dark Horse's Aron Warner's Pariah

By Amanda Comi in Reviews on June 4, 2014

Smart-ass "misunderstood" teenagers in space? No wonder the government's trying to shoot them down.

V-Wars: You're not tired of vampires yet?

V-Wars: You're not tired of vampires yet?

By Amanda Comi in Reviews on May 27, 2014

IDW presents a poorly executed idea that would have felt fresh and original 4 years ago.

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