Another RR#1 Review

 Posted by on September 16, 2005  Nerve Bomb, Reviews, Rocket Rabbit
Sep 162005
 
Another RR#1 Review

Here is an excerpt from a new review of ROCKET RABBIT #1, from Comic Book Network (Issue #540 – 9/09/2005); My View by David LeBlanc ROCKET RABBIT #1 40 pages, black & white, Color Covers, 6.5″ X 8.5″, $6.00 created by James Baker As a follow up to NERVE BOMB #0, this title takes up the continuing adventures of Rocket [..read more..]

Mexican Independents day

 Posted by on September 14, 2005  Friends, Reading, Updates
Sep 142005
 
Mexican Independents day

This weekend three cool indie comics creators have organized the first ever Mexican Independent Comic Book Day! (An event so huge it actually takes two days!). Rhode Montijo, Mr Rafael Navarro and of course Mr Bigtime himself, Hollywood Hernandez will all be signing and promoting their books in the Bay Area. Day one is Friday Sept. 16 in Oakland, at [..read more..]

Yet Another Pinup

 Posted by on September 13, 2005  FanArt, Friends, Sephilina, Updates
Sep 132005
 
Yet Another Pinup

I just got this super new SEPHI pinup today from mr BENTON JEW who, apart from being a storyboarder on lots of live-action movies, also does comics. He was the Editor of the Babes in Space anthology, that Nauti Girl appeared in last year. He also contributed a story called “Silent Swordsman” to the Komikwerks “Thrills and Chills” anthology. You [..read more..]

Cutsey and the BEAST

 Posted by on September 9, 2005  Updates
Sep 092005
 
Cutsey and the BEAST

There was a live concert at the Isotope‘s last week featuring PINE AM, a trio from OSAKA that happens to be the latest favourite band of proprietor extraordinaire, mr James Sime. The Isotope has been a wonderful store since the day it opened, in a tiny space that could barely contain all its coolness, but now it has the venue [..read more..]

Recent reading

 Posted by on September 7, 2005  Reading
Sep 072005
 
Recent reading

GEMMA BOVARY by POSY SIMMONDS. Shamefully, I have had this book for months, and only gave it the cursory speed read until very recently when I finally gave this book the attention that it deserved. It took several nights to get through the book, as it is very dense and has layers and layers of stuff to read. The relationship [..read more..]