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Update for 6/14/24

New review today for Teen Girl Killed by Lauren McCallister, happy weekend y’all!

Update for 6/13/24

This week just about got away from me, but here’s a new review for Eyeland #13 by Nick Forker.

Update for 6/6/24

New review for the very last of the mini kus adjacent books, Good Night and Sweet Dreams! by Teddy Goldenberg. Until next time, mini kus!

Update for 6/4/24

It’s the triumphant return of Matt Kish, and a new review for Spudd 64 #5!

Update for 5/31/24

New review today for For Thee by Suzanne Baumann. Hey look at that, a full week of reviews! No, I’m still not through the SPACE pile, but I’ll sprinkle the rest of ’em in with the other reviews. There’s still a new issue of Spudd 64, after all, which should come as welcome news to a bunch of you. But I can’t review that without going back and reading the previous issues, now can I?

Update for 5/30/24

New review today for Anywhere Man #3 by Rob Cooley, and if you can find a website for the man, let me know, eh?

Update for 5/28/24

New review for Bad Day For Melvin by Aaron Zvi Felder. Hey, look at that, I’m more than halfway done with SPACE week! Maybe I’ll pull this one off after all…

Update for 5/28/24

New review today for Cute Girl Magazine by Addi Kalmbach. Don’t be afraid of the title, you faux macho cowards!

Update for 5/27/24

I’m giving the “review a day” thing a shot this week, and I’m saying it right off the bat so I can’t weasel out of it later. Otherwise the website police would come after me. Right? New review today for Plastic People #10-12 by Brian Canini!

Update for 5/24/24

New review today for Ol’ Man Maggot Sucks! by Tim Fuller and Basil Wolverton, although Basil has no idea. To find out how that’s possible, read the review!

Update for 5/22/24

New review today for The Amazing Cynicalman #14 by Matt Feazell, yet another returning champion after an absence of many years. Because I missed the last several SPACE shows, not because he stopped making comics. Just to be clear.

Update for 5/20/24

New review today for Dutchy Digest #10 by Steven Hager and Bruce Rosenberger. This week is not going to be my hoped for “review a comic from SPACE a day” week, mostly because there’s an arts festival going on literally right outside my front door all weekend. I’m distracted!

Update for 5/16/24

New review today for Here and Now by Nick Stellanova, another new face from the SPACE pile.

Update for 5/24/24

New review today for Cosmic Taco Zero by Joseph Morris, and it’s becoming very clear to me that I’m not going to be able to get through the SPACE pile in one month. Do I have an old timey Optical Sloth week in me, where I go back to my habits for the first decade or so of the website and do five reviews in a week? Ugh, maybe.

Update for 5/10/24

New review today for Noumenon by Maryanne Rose Papke, happy weekend y’all!

Update for 5/8/24

New review today for Confessions of a Craft Show Vendor by Andrew Mosher, and yes of course he was at SPACE. Not much reason to wonder about that for the rest of the month, unless otherwise mentioned…

Update for 5/6/24

New review for Kekionga Digest 2024 by Pam Bliss, a returning champion. Could be you’ll be seeing a few of those long lost comics names in these reviews for the upcoming and ongoing SPACE month…

Update for 5/2/24

New review today for Do You Think of Me? by Felix Hustead. Two SPACE reviews so far, two comics that aren’t readily available to buy of their respective websites. On this I am a curmudgeon, but it’s always a good idea to have your comics as easy to purchase as possible. Just think of the 0 to 7 (I’m just guessing here) people I’m sending your way with a review!

Update for 4/30/24

SPACE month? Yeah, SPACE month, I reckon I got enough comics from the show to pull that off. Er, “SPACE month” is technically going to be May, so ignore the fact that the first review of it is going to be in April. New review today for Playboy Dan by David G. Caldwell!

Update for 4/26/24

Ever read one of those graphic novels that kicks you in the face hard enough that you can’t help but stop what you’re doing to write a review? No? Maybe it’s just me. New review for Tender by Beth Hetland!