Why Would Someone Blog About Every Star Trek DC Comics Issue? #11 – Mindmeld

The third entry in the DC Comics Star Trek ‘Mirror Universe’ saga, ‘Mindmeld’ is surprisingly one of the better issues in the book’s early run. For the most part avoiding the tired Trek retreads so generously sprinkled through previous volumes (although not entirely, as we’ll see), ‘Mindmeld’ also manages to… read more »

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Looking For Classic Car Comics? Europe And Japan Are The Heavy Hitters

Despite the massive popularity of car culture in America—including the post-war hot-rod craze, the golden age of muscle cars that followed, the import tuner scene, and the current horsepower wars—the country’s comic books have rarely paid more than passing attention to topic.’ It turns out that if you want to… read more »

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Code 45 Interview with Ms. Jen of Space Cadets Collection Collection

I was recently given the opportunity to sit down with Jen King, owner and operator of the Space Cadets Collection Collection comic book store in Houston, Texas, and discuss all things Code 45 on the Talkin’ Shop show. Actually, conversation topics ranged far and wide, starting with my work as… read more »

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Why Would Someone Blog About Every Star Trek DC Comics Issue? #10 – Return Of The Mirror Menace

It’s been a long hiatus—the result of working on the final two issues of my own graphic novel, Code 45, running the last Kickstarter to fund it, and then preparing it for publication by Scout Comics this spring—but the DC Star Trek Comics blog is back! I’m diving in to… read more »

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3D Printing Transports Code 45’s Characters From The Comic Book Page To The Real World

A 3D printer at home can be a dangerous thing, especially when you’re as creative as Code 45’s design expert Angela Hodge. Not content to leave our graphic novel’s character’s trapped flat on the page, she’s been working on a Top Secret (even from me) project involving intricately sculpted and… read more »

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