Category Archive: Comic Books

MOSTLY DINOSAURS PRESENTS…

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-Kathryne

The White Pages #19: Gamma

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Down a case of Pabst while watching Adventure Time and feeling bad about your life choices. The euphoria that ensues should resemble the experience of reading “Gamma” – but unlike that activity, it… Continue reading

The White Pages #18: Revival

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I hate to say it, guys, but it’s fall, and that season lasts about two weeks in this city. That means you’ll soon be getting your winter comics on, and you could do… Continue reading

The White Pages #17: Storm Dogs

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Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: it’s sci-fi, it’s a miniseries, it’s by Image Comics. So I’ve been writing this column for more than a year – maybe my tastes are… Continue reading

The White Pages #16: Sex

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I know, I know. The possibilities for innuendo and terrible punnery in an article about a comic called Sex are pretty much limitless. Even if I try to avoid them, some are going… Continue reading

The White Pages #15: The Sneaky Stories of Snitch and Snatch

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I talk about a lot of Image books in this column, but the fact is that the independent comics scene is a pretty varied place, with some of the best work never going… Continue reading

The White Pages #14: Nowhere Men

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It may seem a bit early in the game to be recommending Nowhere Men – it’s only had four issues so far, with number five coming out later this month (probably, possibly). But… Continue reading

MOSTLY DINOSAURS, W: SPINOSAURUS

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The ABC’s of Death & Disease: the letter w. – Kathryne

The White Pages #13: Planetoid

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Smaller than a planet, but big for an asteroid, a planetoid stands a pretty good chance of being a barren wasteland — and you can bet your bottom space-dollar that the one that… Continue reading