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Independent Comic Spotlight 2018 Vol. III

Posted on Nov 1, 2018 by in The Page | 0 comments

Hello there, comic fans!  I’m back with a third installment for 2018 of a fun little column we like to call Independent Comic Spotlight.  Indy creators send me books and comics and products and I read them, look them over, and test them out… for you!  (And for them.  And me.)  I recently attended New York Comic Con, so my reading list got much, much bigger.  And better!  Here are some recent highlights for you to check out…

Some Super Fun Indy Comic Books Worth a Read:

  • T. Rex Generations by Ted Rechlin
  • After Houdini by Jeremy Holt, John Lucas, and Adrian Cross
  • A Million Ways to Die Hard by Frank Tieri and Mark Texeira (personal favorite)
  • Spartan & the Green Egg: The Poachers of Tiger Mountain Book 4 by Nabila Khashoggi and Manuel Cadag
  • The Art of the Graphic Memoir: Tell Your Story, Change Your Life by Tom Hart
  • Dangerous Gambles: Volume One Part Two by J. H. Sanderson, Allison Barrows, and Romas
  • To Build a Fire by Christophe Chaboute, Laura Waters, and Jack London
  • Hazardous Tales: Lafayette! by Nathan Hale
  • ZED by Caleb Thusat and Katrina Kunstmann

 

Book Books Sent My Way:

  • Putting the Science in Fiction edited by Dan Koboldt with Foreword by Chuck Wendig
  • A Die Hard Christmas by Doogie Horner and JJ Harrison
  • Die Hard: The Ultimate Visual History by James Mottram and David S. Cohen with Foreword by John McTiernan
  • Pathogen Protogal: Anghazi Series Book 2 by Darren D. Beyer
  • DC Comics Super Heroines: 100 Greatest Moments by Robert Greenberger
  • My 1st Nightmare by Crystal Connor (personal favorite)
  • Justice League: 100 Greatest Moments by Robert Greenberger

That’s it for now.  See you in a few months for the next installment of Independent Comic Spotlight!  Don’t forget to give our indy creators some love… they’re the future of the industry!

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