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Propaganda on the work of Marc Ellerby

May 8, 2008 | 0 Comments

Marc Ellerby is a young cartoonist from Essex, probably best known for his work with Jamie S. Rich on the Oni Press series Love The Way You Love. But I first noticed his self published...

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Narcopolis # 1 Written by Jamie Delano Art by Jeremy Rock As usual with an Avatar book the first thing you notice about it is the art. It’s standard Avatar artwork along the lines of...

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“No moneyman can win my love Its sweetness that I’m thinking of. We always hang in a buffalo stance We do the dive every time we dance Ill give you love baby not romance Ill...

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Buffalo Roots by John Cei Douglas (Buffalo Roots front cover by John Cei Douglas, featuring half of this doomed romance; Emme.) This is an incredible debut and it’s further proof if any were really needed...

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Propaganda’s Vented Spleenal

May 1, 2008 | 1 Comments

It’s strange how comics synchronicity works. A long time ago, I got a comment on my blog and following it up I came to Where I Vent My Spleen, the weblog of Spleenal. Then a...

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Secret Invasion issue 1 Written by Brian Michael Bendis Art by Leinil Yu (Steve McNiven’s variant cover to Secret Invasion issue 1. Published Marvel Comics 2008) Secret Invasion is the much hyped 8-issue Marvel event...

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Propaganda opens the Boxes

April 26, 2008 | 0 Comments

Bukhead: Boxes by Ciaran Cross (Introductory panel to Bulkhead: Boxes by Ciaran Cross) The biggest problem with our modern hyper-connected world is that no-one ever gets the chance to slowly build it seems. Everything is...

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Propaganda: Welcome to Strangehaven.

April 25, 2008 | 1 Comments

Strangehaven by Gary Spencer Millidge Gary Spencer Millidge’s Strangehaven has been around for a very long time. And in it’s 13 year publishing history there have been a grand total of 18 issues of his...

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April in Paris with Propaganda

April 24, 2008 | 0 Comments

Paris by Andi Watson and Simon Gane There’s something unmistakably cool about Paris, that sense of romance and mystery, the impossibly attractive people, the beauty of the surroundings, the little cafe bars with beautiful people...

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Vampire Free Style by Jenika Ioffreda Vampire Free Style is an absolutely delightful book, with much to offer to a wide range of comic and non-comic readers. There’s a lightness and playfulness throughout the book...

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