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Midnight Fiction Reviews Misery Loves Company

January 24, 2011 | Justin

The great fellows over at the e-Zine / Small Press Comics site, Midnight Fiction, have sunk their fangs into the neck of our very own Misery Loves Company.  Here is an excerpt of their thoughts on our devious book.

Overall the volume is an enjoyable read. The quality runs from good to great. Many of the artists such as Aluísio C. Santos, Patt Kelley, Christine Larsen, Kate “Poj” Greenseth, Megan “Dekay” Lawton, Christina Boyce, Barbara Wittman, T.J. Kirsch, to mention a few, are turning out professional quality artwork. A few others are still learning how to draw.

Many of the stories in Gothology sink their teeth into the humor vein, but there’s plenty of serious material, and a few truly dark tales as well. The quality of writing in general is good with a few standouts. I particularly liked the comics by T.J. Kirsh and Valia Kapadai.

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Gothic Beauty Reviews The Eternal Sad

August 25, 2010 | Justin

Dreadful news, Gothology: The Eternal Sad has been reviewed in the newest issue of Gothic Beauty (Issue 31).

So make sure you pick it up if you see it around, and check out the review!

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From the Tomb Magazine Review of Misery

June 23, 2010 | Justin

Artwork: 4.5 out of 5
WHOA! I don’t even know where to begin on this one. The artwork is flying off the pages! There was maybe 2 or 3 styles I didn’t care for, but the overall impression is WOW! Just like Book I: The Eternal Sad this volume is just packed full of great artwork. To me some of the one page works are the best. Spicy Donut’s two stand out to me the most. I just want to color them! I think I will. Aside from the great one page pieces, the stories are above and beyond. Not one artist’s style is similar. Every one conveys their piece in the right way. The looks range from Manga, to Realistsic, to Cartoon, to underground Indie. I mean This collection covers it all. I won’t even single my favorites out. I love them all for what they brought to the collection.

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From the Tomb Reviews The Eternal Sad

August 16, 2009 | Justin

Artwork: 4.0 out of 5
With so many different styles in this book how can you not find one or two you like. Luckily I am a fan of everyone who takes the time to share what they can do. This collection has so many talented artists. Nothing is jumbled and hard to understand. No one style is like another either. My favorite ones are Ashley Witter, Valia Kapadai, Megan Lawton, Phillip Chanter and Christine Larson.

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