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www.topshelfcomix.com $12.95 27 year old Annah Billips is quite a piece of work. She’s sort of an urban hipster, with her Riesling and art galleries. She rolls with an undecided sexual orientation and is quite the flirt. I was aware … Continue reading

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www.topshelfcomix.com Infinite Kung Fu introduces us to a post-apocalyptic reality that’s undergone regression to the old ways. Thus, it’s about survival in a martial world where the master/apprentice doctrine of The 8 Immortals pervades everything we see about their lives … Continue reading

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www.topshelfcomix.com Lucille has been out in France since 2006, I believe, even taking home an award from the Angouleme Comics Festival, and is now available in English thanks to the smart folks at Top Shelf. It works with this wide … Continue reading

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www.topshelfcomix.com Chester 5000 is a quirky and delicious hybrid of two beloved genres, steampunk and erotica. The story involves a young couple – the man being an industrious young inventor, the woman largely a bored housewife – and their sexual … Continue reading

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www.topshelfcomix.com I met Nate Powell at WonderCon a few years ago, back when it was still in Oakland and hadn’t migrated to San Francisco’s Moscone Center, and have followed him pretty closely since. It’s been an interesting transition slowly going … Continue reading

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www.topshelfcomix.com Man, the title just keeps getting longer and longer. I can’t say that my reaction to this book was very positive. I have no recollection of the events that took place in the first issue, which came out in, … Continue reading

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