Category: Source Point Press

Pullbox Reviews: Dead End Kids: The Suburban Job #1- “On Devastation, Friendship, and Dealers…”

DEAD END KIDS 1

Score: 13 Writer: Frank Gogol Artist: Nenad Cviticanin With the temperature outside changing with every passing second, there is no better way to distract myself from the 10 degree windchill, than with the comic that caught my attention recently, Dead End Kids: The Suburban Job #1. From the minds at Source Point, comes the story […]

Pullbox Reviews: Broken Gargoyles #1- Action, a gas mask, & a trip to the circus…

Broken Gargoyles #1 Source Point Press Written by Bob Salley Illustrated by Stan Yak Colors by Marco Pagnotta & Robert Nugent Letters by Justin Birch Cover by Raymond Gay (pencils) Jeremy Clark (inks) Juan Fernandez (colors) Rich Bloom (logo) Edited by Drena Jo In this Dieselpunk post-WWI mini-series, two men come home from the war […]

Smoke & Mirrors Offers More Gutter Magic Sorcery!

Anyone who’s read Rich Douek’s Road of Bones (or the upcoming Sea of Sorrow) knows Douek’s at his best writing period-centered historical fiction. Except that anyone who’s read Wailing Blade knows that Douek’s at his best writing urban fantasy fiction. Well, lucky you if you haven’t taken in Gutter Magic yet, because two degrees of Rich Douek at his best is several degrees of awesome. (12/13)

Pullbox Reviews: Remnant- Three generations of survivors on Mars…

Remnant Source Point Press Written by Michael Roslen Art by Karly Engracia Colors by Davi Comodo Letters by Sean Rinehart In stores 04-29-2020 (pre-order code FEB201984) After decades of pollution and climate have ravaged the Earth leaving it nearly uninhabitable, a young man joins an impossible mission: to terraform Mars. Three generations of his family […]

The Fuhrer and The Tramp (Finally) Make it to Print!

So, what do you get when you throw a genocidal dictator, a leggy genius femme fatale, a dashing action hero lothario and the greatest slapstick performer of the 20th (or any other) century together in an alterna-historical plot to end the Nazi threat forever? And then pepper in some seasoning of a young and completely badass (you were right, Paul) future Dracular/Saruman, a polio-affected president, a—sorry—the sultry jazz-blues singer and a future time-traveling doctor? You get a helluva good time, is what you get. (13/13)

Pullbox Reviews: The Misplaced #1 – Ethereal Art and Heavenly Storytelling Make for an Outstanding Debut!

If you’re like me, a semi-reformed geek who grew up in the ‘80’s (or maybe even later), you heard the argument over and over again: comics are neither art, nor literature—that they’re just fluff. Pulp. Scribbles and capes and prepubescent male fantasy. And, if you’re like me, you pointed to Alan Moore’s Watchmen, later to Neil Gaiman’s Sandman, or the writing of Chris Claremont, or the art of Berni Wrightson and Barry Windsor-Smith, but it all fell on deaf ears. Well, Chris Callahan ends that argument forever with The Misplaced. This is ART and it is LITERATURE. And the fact that it’s Callahan’s first foray into comics is nothing short of astounding. (13/13)

Pullbox Interviews Frank Gogol, Creator and Writer of Dead End Kids

Dead End Kids, a new 3-issue miniseries coming this July from Frank Gogol, Nenad Cviticanin, and Sean Rinehart, the creative team behind 2018’s critical hit GRIEF. Source Point Press is publishing and was able to get me in touch with DEK writer, Frank Gogol. I hope I get a change to meet Frank and con […]

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