Title: The Eltingville Club #121864
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
Written by: Evan Dorkin
Artwork: Evan Dorkin & Sarah Dyer (Colors)
Reviewed by: Meli Kirk
Rating: 4 out of 5

Bill Dickey has any young man’s dream job – working in a comic book shop! While is boss Joe is as clueless on how to run the shop as they come, Bill dreams of the day when he gets to be in charge. When his boss gets called away in a hurry, Bill’s dream becomes a nightmare.

Even Dorkin gives us a pretty good issue here, made even better by beginning at the end. Bill, Pete, Josh and Jerry are members of the Eltingville Comic Book, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror & Role Playing Club and are friends for life – until one of them breaks away from the group. The black and white line drawings are great; no color is needed because these are so detail rich! Good read, good story.

You can find this, and other Dark Horse Comics, at your local comic retailer.

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Lollipop Geek Podcast #4: Like, The Anime Episode!

Posted: April 21, 2014 by Matt Peters in Lollipop Geek
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Jennifer, Amber, Kellie & Danielle discuss a wide range of anime from Dragonball A to Dragonball Z. Listen in as the ladies laugh, find out who’s trapped in the closet, and discover what genre of anime Gizmo isn’t that into.

You can contact us with suggestions on upcoming shows, or if you have questions at . Thank you to everyone who supports us!

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Mondays suck. That’s why we here at Mighty Ink Comics and Entertainment vow to brighten it up a little bit by giving you something to nod your head to. Those who listen to our podcast know we have a wide range of musical tastes. Music Mondays will feature music from, inspired by, or remixed from our favorite games, comics, and other media.

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Title: Star Mage #1
Publisher: IDW Publishing
Written by: JC De La Torre
Artwork: Ray Dillon
Reviewed by: Meli Kirk
Rating: 3 out of 5

Darien Connors was your average kid: In love with the prettiest girl in school, bullied by the school jock, the descendant of a King and Queen… what, wait?! Yep! After being bullied for the last time, Darien realizes not only his powers, but an extraterrestrial kidnapping reveals the ultimate secret – His parents were a King & Queen, and the most powerful Star Mages in the universe – but they died without telling him who he was, or his destiny.

The story, while interesting, has not really captured my attention. It could be because it’s still early in the series; however there’s not a lot holding my attention. The drawing and coloring are clean and bright, which brings to the life the kinda dull story line. I’m going to hold out for issue #2 to see if the story picks up; i’m really hoping it does.

You can find this, and other IDW Publishing Comics, at your local comic shop.

Mondays suck. That’s why we here at Mighty Ink Comics and Entertainment vow to brighten it up a little bit by giving you something to nod your head to. Those who listen to our podcast know we have a wide range of musical tastes. Music Mondays will feature music from, inspired by, or remixed from our favorite games, comics, and other media.

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Geeks Gotta Have It! Serenitea

Posted: April 14, 2014 by Matt Peters in Geeks Gotta Have It
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Serenitea by Adagio is the perfect compliment to your next Firefly/Serenity marathon. Note: Tears shed after reaching the last episode and realizing there is no more do not add to the flavor.

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Amazon Reaches Agreement to Aquire ComiXology

Posted: April 10, 2014 by Meli Kirk in Comic News
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Amazon.com today announced that it has reached an agreement to acquire comiXology, the company that revolutionized the digital comics reading experience with their immersive Guided View technology and makes discovering, buying, and reading comic books and graphic novels easier and more fun than ever before.

“ComiXology’s mission is to spread the love of comics and graphic novels in all forms,” said David Steinberger, co-founder and CEO of comiXology. “There is no better home for comiXology than Amazon to see this vision through. Working together, we look to accelerate a new age for comic books and graphic novels.”

“Amazon and comiXology share a passion for reinventing reading in a digital world,” said David Naggar, Amazon Vice President, Content Acquisition and Independent Publishing. “We’ve long admired the passion comiXology brings to changing the way we buy and read comics and graphic novels. We look forward to investing in the business, growing the team, and together, bringing comics and graphic novels to even more readers.”

Founded in 2007, comiXology offers a broad library of digital comic book content from over 75 of the top publishers as well as top independent creators. Following the acquisition, comiXology’s headquarters will remain in New York.

Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. Subject to various closing conditions, the acquisition is expected to close in the second quarter of 2014.

Just days after his induction into the WWE Hall of Fame as part of the 2014 class, his appearance at WrestleMania 30 and less than 24 hours from his appearance on WWE Monday Night Raw, we are sad to report that The Ultimate Warrior has passed away at the age of 54.

The WWE Superstar, born James Brian Hellwig, has a career that spanned for 9 years (from 1987 to 1996) and was just recently inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame. No word yet on the cause of death, but he will be missed by his legion of fans in the WWE Universe. He is survived by his wife and 2 daughters.

We here at Mighty Ink send our condolences to his family, friends and the WWE Universe.

Source: WWE.com

It’s WrestleMania XXX Weekend! While WrestleMania Events have been happening all week in NOLA with more than a dozen pro-social events designed to give back to the host community, the weekend countdown to one of WWE’s biggest events starts TODAY!

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Title: The Field #1
Publisher: Image Comics
Written by: Ed Brisson
Artwork: Simon Roy (Illustration), Simon Cough (Colors)
Reviewed by: Meli Kirk
Rating: 4 out of 5

There’s nothing like having amnesia and being chased through a wheat field by a drugged up Bible Salesman, while a motorcycle gang is scouring the city for you, and the only thing helping you is a cell phone with an anonymous person giving you instructions. And that being jut the BEGINNING of your problems.

Ed Brisson brings us an interesting tale, complete with some perfectly dark & complimentary illustrations and colors from Simon Roy & Simon Cough (respectively) that has you glued to the issue the within the first 2 pages. There’s sex (talk), drugs and (Christian) Rock & Roll, as well as… well, I won’t ruin it for you. Just go out and grab this issue, and I bet you’ll be behind me in line picking up the next one.

You can find this, and other Image Comics, at your local comic retailer.