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Conversations with yourself #4: Breaking the mold

Conversations with yourself #4: Breaking the mold

By Eric Ratcliffe in Columns on April 28, 2008

This week I interview creator Jason M. Burns of Viper comics. Who is responsible for Dunny's guide to danger, the expendable one, borderland, the sleepy truth and the underworld railroad. We discuss everything from his role at viper to his upcoming work.

Conversations with yourself #3: Attack of the con

Conversations with yourself #3: Attack of the con

By Eric Ratcliffe in Columns on April 24, 2008

Ugh why do I have to attempt bad puns, anyways this week is all about New York comic con 08! April 18th through the 20th at the Javitz center. I have a possible exlusive or two to reveal and just personal stories from the convention floor oh and pictures!

Greg gets Interviewed!

Greg gets Interviewed!

By Greg Anderson-Elysee in Columns on April 10, 2008

Well, this is a weird Face to Greg, because it's actually Greg being interviewed by Myspace Writers Interviews! Nice!

Conversations with yourself #2

Conversations with yourself #2

By Eric Ratcliffe in Columns on April 7, 2008

Join me as I discuss event books, last week's highlights and nothing else really.....my head's killing me.

Conversations with Yourself #1

Conversations with Yourself #1

By Eric Ratcliffe in Columns on March 29, 2008

Welcome to the new column Hemophiliacs (can I use that jon? It feels good to use that.) It only took me half a year to start putting this thing back together but hey, with the relaunch I figured its time to step back up to the plate.  This week I figured I'd start things off with my man love of the best cult actor ever and quite possibly a man that hollywood should pay more attention to, hell they could definitely take lessons from him.

Oh Nooo!!! Black People in my Comics!!!!

Oh Nooo!!! Black People in my Comics!!!!

By Greg Anderson-Elysee in Columns on March 17, 2008

Welcome to Face to Greg where we take a stroll through my mind. A topic I’d like to tackle today is the belief that when a black writer writes a comic and brings in a black character, he must obviously have an agenda. I mean, it only makes sense, right?

How to Rob a Bank [Movie Review]

How to Rob a Bank [Movie Review]

By Greg Anderson-Elysee in Columns on March 14, 2008

Written and directed by Andrews Jenkins, I caught this indy flick the other week on PPV and I must say it was good money well spent.

Darn you, Tie-In and Event Books!!!

Darn you, Tie-In and Event Books!!!

By Greg Anderson-Elysee in Columns on March 12, 2008

So my friend, Rex, and I were discussing the state of comics – rather I was complaining. As to what I was complaining about: Tie-ins and crossovers. Am I the only guy who is burnt out and tired of this?

No Such Thing As Next Kirby

No Such Thing As Next Kirby

By Zenguru in Columns on November 18, 2007

*bathroom door creaks open* Whoops! Greetings, Skid fans! Looks like ya…caught me opinionating again. Well, as long as my opinion is coming out, it might as well leave a stain. So here goes. The comic industry has been blessed with the efforts of certain individuals. Creators whose influence resonates from the inception of their careers to [...]

Strong Enough for a Man, But Made for Skid Marks

Strong Enough for a Man, But Made for Skid Marks

By Zenguru in Columns on October 23, 2007

Hello! Welcome to the inaugural edition of Skid Marks! My head’s recently been getting full of opinions on the comic industry. And they need somewhere to go. Since I’m not fond of barfing, they’re going to have to come out of another end. They’re also probably going to leave a stain, but hey! Who [...]

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