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Street Angel Is The Guardian We Need – Brian Maruca And Jim Rugg Brings Back Their 12 Year Old Kung Fu Skateboarder

By Cameron Hatheway Just what is it about Wilkesborough that attracts not only a certain element of crime, but also the special heroes who selflessly sacrifice themselves on a daily basis to keep its residents safe? Back in the 1970s …

The Magic Life Of An Ordinary Girl – Talking Amelia Cole With D.J. Kirkbride And Adam P. Knave

D. J. Kirkbride and Adam P. Knave are two of the hardest working writers in comics, and that’s in a medium where working astonishingly hard is, well, the norm. They are co-writers and co-creators of the ever-expanding all-ages comic series …

Picking Up The Pace In Monkeybrain’s Headspace #1

By Ed Saul “There was a small town in the heart of America, and bad things happened there.” It’s a classic template. There are probably a hundred great or arguably great stories which follow it, and the next part is …

The (Really) Reluctant Hero – Chris Roberson and Dennis Culver Talk Monkeybrain’s Edison Rex

By Alasdair Stuart Edison Rex was one of the first Monkeybrain Comics titles and remains one of the jewels in their crown. The story of an extremely reluctant villain-turned-hero, it’s mix of Silver Age superheroics, darkness and moments of pure …

Digital Phenomenon Red Light Properties Comes To Print From IDW – Talking Glow-in-the-dark Spirits with Dan Goldman

I discovered Dan Goldman’s Red Light Properties digitally through Monkeybrain Comics on ComiXology, and it was one of those moments where you realize, “This. This is the sort of comic I want to read”. For genre comics fans, it’s a …

Comics Save The Apes – Panels For Primates Is Coming To ComiXology

In 2010-2011, the indie comics, prose, and illustration project Panels for Primates appeared on the creator-owned webcomics platform ActivateComix, with a goal in mind to support animal charity work focused on the Primate Rescue Center in Nicholasville, Kentucky. Now, two …

Monkeybrain Thinks Comics Can Be For Kids Again

David Nieves writes for Bleeding Cool: Comics for children should be able to be shared with children, a simple notion right? That isn’t always the case in our dark and broody landscape of modern comics. With some great exceptions like …

Five New Comics From Monkeybrain, Including The Return of Heartbreakers

At this evening’s Monkeybrain Comics panel at San Diego Comic Con, they will announce five new series. I’m especially pleased to see the return of Anina Bennett and Paul Guinan‘s Heartbreakers, a series I really enjoyed a decade ago… AVERY …

Amelia Cole And The Final Order Cut Off Date

Alasdair Stuart writes; I’ve enjoyed, and continue to enjoy, every book Monkeybrain Comics puts out. It’s a ridiculously diverse stable of titles, from crime to medieval science fiction and they’re all worth checking out. For those of you who are …

Five Things About Amelia Cole And The Hidden War

Alasdair Stuart writes; Amelia Cole and the Hidden War is two issues old, and the changes from volume 1, Amelia Cole and the Unknown World, are all paying off. Amelia is now the city Protector, her predecessor is in the …

Six Things About Artful Daggers

Alasdair Stuart writes for Bleeding Cool; The fourth issue of Artful Daggers just came out, which means now’s a good time to take a look at one of Monkeybrain‘s best books. Written by Adam P.Knave and Sean E. Williams, with …

Pop Culture Hounding Gabriel Hardman

by Chris Thompson There’s a trifecta of great titles for Taylor & I to look at this week, plus one very special mention. First up, we keep ourselves occupied with Occupy Comics #1 from fledgling publisher Black Mask Studios. Then …

Four Things About Theremin Issue 1

Theremin launched this week and continues Monkeybrain’s tradition of turning out wildly diverse books to a ridiculously high standard.

Six Strikes Of The Red Panda

Alasdair Stuart writes for Bleeding Cool: I love podcasting, especially fiction podcasting, which is fortunate given a couple of the things I do when I’m not writing here. I listen to a lot of stuff too, which you have to …

Review: High Crimes By Christopher Sebela and Ibrahim Moustafa

Alasdair Stuart writes for Bleeding Cool Everest has a litter problem. It’s one of those facts that you hear and just sticks, something which sounds like a random sentence generator threw out something halfway sensible, only it’s true. Mount Everest, …

Preview: Edison Rex #5

This week, your comics shop will have a paucity ofcomics in store… but digital comics keep on rolling it seems. Such as Edison Rex #5, not skipping a beat, with a new issue out on Boxing Day. Here’s a preview… …

Amelia Cole And The Unsung Heroes -Talking to DJ Kirkbride, Adam P. Knave, Nick Brokenshire, Rachel Deering and Ruiz Moreno about Amelia Cole and the Unknown World

Alasdair Stuart writes for Bleeding Cool Monkeybrain Comics are one of the year’s success stories; a tightly knit group of smartly written and drawn titles unified by the quality of the work. One of the best of their launch titles, …

Review: Thoughts On A Winter Morning by Kurt Busiek and Steve Lieber

Louis Falcetti writes for Bleeding Cool; Chris Roberson continues to put his money where his mouth is as Monkeybrain Comics rolls out more and more exclusive, digital (creator owned) titles through Comixology. Out this week and available for the incredibly …