blog, comics

Reading Goals in 2018

This year I tried to stay away from New Year's Resolutions. You know "I'm going to lose weight!" That kind of stuff. I mean, never before have I followed through with those goals because, frankly, it's all a lot of hogwash. I've never used that word before in writing, either, so I guess new year,… Continue reading Reading Goals in 2018

comics, Review

Friday Review-Gale

Hey, let's dive into some webcomics! Gale is an indie webcomic made by fellow creators that I met through social media/networking. It is written by Seth Greenwood and drawn by Angela Zhang, who've been working tirelessly to bring this comic to readers, so let's jump in! Gale is a noir. You know, black and white,… Continue reading Friday Review-Gale

blog, comics, Review

Friday Review: The Fisherman Rumble at Robber’s Reef #1

This week for my comic review, I'm taking a look at The Fisherman. This is a different review for me, because the Fisherman is done by indie comic maker (and fellow Ohian) Aaron Lindeman. Reviewing Will Eisner was a lot of fun, but I'm excited to report on the local indie scene, so let's get… Continue reading Friday Review: The Fisherman Rumble at Robber’s Reef #1

comics, Making Comics

Cartoon Crossroads

Another year, another trip to Cartoon Crossroads in Columbus. For all of the non-Ohio readers out there, Cartoon Crossroads (CXC) is a convention put together by Jeff Smith (he did a little book you might know by the name of Bone).  Because Jeff is from Ohio, the convention is held in the Columbus Library, which is… Continue reading Cartoon Crossroads