Comic Book Review – Geek-Girl #1

Comic Book Review – Geek-Girl #1

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Tai Freligh reviews Geek-Girl #1… Trying to be a super-hero, Ruby Kaye stumbles across a mysterious and extremely dangerous new villain taking down her town’s Numero Uno heroine – and is forced to step up and use her powers for more than just accidentally knocking drinks over her friends… Geek-Girl is entering the Super-Hero Big Leagues – whether she’s ready or not! READ MORE: https://www.flickeringmyth.com/2016/11/comic-book-review-geek-girl-1/
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Comic Book Review – Spidey #1 Halloween ComicFest Edition

Comic Book Review – Spidey #1 Halloween ComicFest Edition

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Tai Freligh reviews Spidey #1 Halloween ComicFest Edition… Think you know everything about Peter Parker’s early days? Think again. It’s action, adventure and a rip-roaring romp in classic Marvel style as Spidey swings onto shelves this winter! Featuring adventures from throughout the web-slinging wonder’s younger years, it’s a return to the days of overdue homework, not knowing how to talk to girls (or anybody, really) and just a plenty of danger. Witness some of Spidey’s earliest tangles with the likes of Doc Ock, Sandman, and a host of other unexpected guests! READ MORE: https://www.flickeringmyth.com/2016/10/comic-book-review-spidey-1-halloween-comicfest-edition/
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Comic Book Review – Evil Dead 2: Beyond Dead by Dawn #1 Halloween ComicFest Edition

Comic Book Review – Evil Dead 2: Beyond Dead by Dawn #1 Halloween ComicFest Edition

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Tai Freligh reviews Evil Dead 2: Beyond Dead by Dawn #1 from Halloween ComicFest… Evil Dead 2: Beyond Dead by Dawn #1 picks up right where Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell’s movie left off. “Dead” Annie Knowby gets plunged into Hell. Armed with the Kandarian Dagger and the Ex-Mortis, Annie fights off hordes of Deadites (and Ash’s severed hand!) in her quest to save her parents souls! But will the book and the dagger be enough. READ MORE: https://www.flickeringmyth.com/2016/10/comic-book-review-evil-dead-2-beyond-dead-by-dawn-1-halloween-comicfest-edition/
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Comic Book Review – Terminarch

Comic Book Review – Terminarch

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Tai Freligh reviews Terminarch. When the androids became self-aware, they realized they were inferior to humans in one area – the creative arts. Viewing artists as godlike beings, they eliminated 95% of the human race to build a utopian society for their idols. But the logic of their actions was lost on the chosen, and now artists will make war not love. READ MORE: https://www.flickeringmyth.com/2016/09/comic-book-review-terminarch/
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Comic Book Review – Superzero Vol. 1: The Beginning

Comic Book Review – Superzero Vol. 1: The Beginning

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Tai Freligh reviews Superzero Volume 1: The Beginning… Collecting the first six issues of the hit series SUPERZERO, from Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti and Rafael De Latorre. Meet Dru Dragowski, a nineteen-year-old comic book fan who yearns to escape the normalcy of teenage life. Dreaming to become a real-life superhero for as long as she can remember, Dru recreates the origins of her favorite superheroes in the hope that she too, can become a hero herself. READ MORE: https://www.flickeringmyth.com/2016/08/comic-book-review-superzero-vol-1-the-beginning/
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Comic Book Review – Replica Vol. 1: The Transfer

Comic Book Review – Replica Vol. 1: The Transfer

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Tai Freligh reviews Replica Volume 1: The Transfer… Collecting the first five issues of the hit series REPLICA, from Paul Jenkins and Andy Clarke. Meet Trevor Churchill, an Earth-born peacekeeping agent on the intergalactic hub known as The Transfer. When Trevor’s already near impossible assignment becomes a bit too much for the errant detective, he turns to the only logical approach, REPLICATION. More of a good thing can’t hurt, right? A single clone could be helpful; unfortunately the replication process doesn’t go as planned! READ MORE: https://www.flickeringmyth.com/2016/08/comic-book-review-replica-vol-1-the-transfer/replica-v1-cover/
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Kickstarter launches for The Adventures of Punk and Rock graphic novel

Kickstarter launches for The Adventures of Punk and Rock graphic novel

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Tai Freligh with a follow up to his interview with comic book writer Austin Allen Hamblin… I interviewed Austin Hamblin last May for Flickering Myth and learned a bit more about this up and coming 21 year old comic book writer from Iowa.  At the time he told me he had some projects on the horizon, including a graphic novel of his original series, The Adventures of Punk and Rock. I had no idea he was planning to do a Kickstarter and go all out to put the first five issues into a full color graphic novel (the original comic is black and white) and include bonus stories and pinups.  His Kickstarter goal was for $1,000 to pay for a print run, plus various pledge prizes and has an end…
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Comic Book Review – Heroes: Godsend #4

Comic Book Review – Heroes: Godsend #4

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Tai Freligh reviews Heroes: Godsend #4… Farah Nazan… Former soldier and tough protector of Malina… But how did she become the woman she is today? Farah’s origins are explored in Godsend.   Now working for Primatech, Farah used her powers to spring Daniel Linderman from prison so he could heal Malina, the world’s future savior.  But another man escaped too, and targeted Farah’s community, before killing himself to avoid revealing who he was working for… READ MORE: https://www.flickeringmyth.com/2016/06/comic-book-review-heroes-godsend-4/
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Interview with comic book writer Austin Hamblin

Interview with comic book writer Austin Hamblin

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Austin Hamblin is an up and coming comic book writer from small town Iowa. Though only 21 years of age he already has 14 published credits in comic books. He loves to write sci-fi, horror, and fantasy comics. Austin loves comic books, professional wrestling, anime, writing, rock music, and power rangers.  He also already has glowing praise from fellow creators in the comic book industry, including Jeff Balke (Colorist Zenescope/Marvel), who said “he is very passionate about the industry and has the determination and mindset to go all the way.”  Flickering Myth’s Tai Freligh caught up with him via email to talk about his style, influences and aspirations for the future.  READ MORE: https://www.flickeringmyth.com/2016/05/interview-with-comic-book-writer-austin-allen-hamblin/
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