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.
You either die a hero or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain.
Image Comics is racing to the bottom with this pandering, depraved reboot of an American classic.
Historically low unemployment rates prevent most of the staff from participating in "Comic Book Christmas" this year.
I voluntarily read a romance comic and I didn't hate everything.
Classic science fiction in an engaging, challenging, and stylish package.
The second installment of Neverboy falls short of its potential. Just like life. Oh... wow.. it's... No, it doesn't mean anything.
The past is green. The present is purple. The future is blue. The meld is something else entirely.
It's not too late to jump into Postal! No really, nothing's happened yet.
One stop comparison shopping for Avatar:The Last Airbender comic books.
Postal is so good that I have to feign outrage at Comanche stereotypes in order to offer a legitimate critique.
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