Interview: Terry Moore on Abstract Studios’ Five Years


Five Years #1

Five Years #1


All of Terry Moore’s “Terryverse” titles come together for Five Years, a story that could mean the end of the world. Moore shares some tantalizing details about the series.

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Interview: Terry Moore on Abstract Studios’ Strangers in Paradise XXV


Strangers in Paradise XXV #1

Strangers in Paradise XXV #1


Francine, Katchoo, and all your favorite characters from Strangers in Paradise are back to celebrate their 25th Anniversary with Strangers in Paradise XXV. Creator Terry Moore shares the inside scoop on this upcoming series.

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Interview: Terry Moore on Abstract Studios’ Motor Girl


Motor Girl #1

Motor Girl #1


Motor Girl features a mechanic, a gorilla, and aliens. What’s not to like? Creator Terry Moore gives us the lowdown on his new series.

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Beauology 101: Underrated, But Not Under The Beau Radar


Art by Amanda Conner

Art by Amanda Conner



Beau Smith discusses three creators he feels are underrated: Terry Moore, Amanda Conner, and Mike Deodato.

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Interview: Terry Moore on Abstract Studios’ Rachel Rising


Rachel Rising

Rachel Rising



Terry Moore (Strangers In Paradise, Echo) talks about his new series from Abstract Studios, Rachel Rising.

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Beauology 101: Admiration Society


Beau with Lora Innes

Beau with Lora Innes



Beau Smith shares some of the people and things he admires about comic books and the comic industry.

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Delayed Items for the Week of April 8, 2011


These items are going to be showing up later than expected.

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Roger’s Comic Ramblings: C2E2 2011 (Saturday)


Doom & Darkseid? This can't be good....

Doom & Darkseid? This can't be good....



Westfield’s Roger Ash talks about his experiences last Saturday at C2E2.

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Roger’s Comic Ramblings: Baltimore Comic-Con 2010 report


John Workman & Roger Ash

By Roger Ash

A few weeks back, I wrote about how much I like going to comic conventions. I got to indulge in that pleasure the weekend of August 28 & 29 when I attended the 11th annual Baltimore Comic-Con. I love going to the Baltimore Comic-Con because it is one of the few shows that focuses specifically on comics. It’s also a unique show for me as I’ve been part of the convention staff for the past two years. I met convention organizer Marc Nathan a number of years back at a DC Comics function, and we hit it off and quickly became friends. Last year, Marc asked if I’d program the panels for him. I agreed. I guess I did OK as he asked me to do it again this year.

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Beauology 101: You Always Remember Your First, part 2


What The--?! #21

by Beau Smith

(Editor Roger Ash here. Last time on Beauology 101, Beau reminisced about his first paying and published work in comics. He decided to ask his friends in the comics industry to share what their first published and paid work was in comics. That’s all you need to know. Now, read on….)

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