@ALTERNACOMICS titles to go back to print with color coded logos via @kleffnotes

Alterna Comics titles are going back to print as orders have seen a spike at both comic shops and newsstands thanks to a newsstand distribution deal with PDG.  Publishing quality creator-owned stories printed on newsprint and with a cover price of $1.50 or less,  early sales have garnered an increase on issue #2 orders which have warranted second printings.

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#Deadpool Character Profile from @CoffeeZ0mbie

It is official. It’s a confirmed thing. It is in progress as we speak. Or, er, read? Either way, Deadpool 2 is coming into our lives. Now, I’m total trash for Deadpool. He’s my baby. I’ll protect him with my life, even if he’s the one threatening it. Which causes several questions about my own level of sanity, but, for the sake of my own lack of wanting to acknowledge the slippery slope I’m on, I’m choosing to ignore this. Wade Wilson has been a favourite of mine for some time, from his witty remarks to his shades of grey way of thinking, he’s a character I can obsessively read and watch without ever feeling annoyed, bored, or like I’m experiencing a really bad cliché. Continue reading “#Deadpool Character Profile from @CoffeeZ0mbie”

The Wicked Righteous #1 @ALTERNACOMICS Newsprint Review from @kleffnotes

The Wicked Righteous is a series set after a massive apocalyptic cataclysm that has devastated the Earth’s population. A virulent illness has wreaked havoc on society and led to two divisions of survivors, one set of which includes four brothers named after the Gospels of the Bible who find themselves in an unexpected situation. Continue reading “The Wicked Righteous #1 @ALTERNACOMICS Newsprint Review from @kleffnotes”

@SShinComics Issues #1 and #1.5 Comic Review from @kleffnotes

Samurai Shin is a manga style series that examines two young warriors, Keith and Amir, who want to prove themselves as strong and confident samurai. While they have the same goal these young men find themselves at odds in the attempt to achieve their goals. As boys they fought in a match and have been bitter rivals ever since Amir defeated Keith. Issue 1 examines Amir and issue 1.5 looks more at Keith and what led to their diverging paths. Continue reading “@SShinComics Issues #1 and #1.5 Comic Review from @kleffnotes”