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05.31.05 -- Jef Harmatz reviews Strange Eggs.
05.24.05 -- Cartoonist Diana Tamblyn looks ahead to this weekend's Toronto Comic Art Festival.
05.23.05 -- ADD's Quick Hits features reviews of Dance, Elsewhere #1, Blecky Yuckarella, Happy Town vs. Neil Jam, Reunion #1, Firestorm #14, Graphic Classics Vol. 3 and Why Are You Doing This?; Marc Sobel reviews Embroideries, and Jog looks at El Largo Tren Oscuro. Also today, ADD delivers The Monday Briefing.
05.20.05 -- Christopher Allen's Breakdowns has reviews of Buddy Does Seattle, Temporary #2, Funny Book, Mini-Sulk and more.
05.17.05 -- Marc Sobel reviews Dugan Under Ground.
05.13.05 -- ADD reviews James Kochalka Superstar's new CD/DVD/comic Our Most Beloved.
05.11.05 -- On the CBG Blog today, the list of Project Superior Contest winners, and more!
05.06.05 -- ADD has a complete list of FCBD offerings and recommends which ones are worth picking up. Also, you have until midnight tonight to register for the Project Superior Contest from AdHouse Books and Comic Book Galaxy!
05.05.05 -- Alan David Doane reviews The R. Crumb Handbook.
05.03.05 -- Alan David Doane previews Free Comic Book Day.
05.02.05 -- On the CBG Blog, ADD has your Monday Briefing.
04.29.05 -- Alan David Doane reviews Temporary #2 by Damon Hurd and Rick Smith.
04.25.05 -- New reviews today include Ed The Happy Clown #1, 24 Hour Comics, Tiempos Finales (End Times), Wingnut and Fidget, Filler, Hulk Visionaries: Peter David Vol. 1, and Black Panther Vol. 1; plus Marc Sobel's Crack Shots has reviews of Ordinary Victories, Lore #1-5, Hoax #1, Sin City: That Yellow Bastard and Found Magazine #1. Also today, register to win in our new Project Superior Contest courtesy of AdHouse Books, and remember that this is the final week to enter the Super-F*cking Contest courtesy of James Kochalka, Top Shelf Productions and Comic Book Galaxy!
04.22.05 -- In Staring at Previews, Alan David Doane looks at items from the May Previews catalog, arriving in comics shops in July, 2005. Also today, ADD reviews Angry Youth Comics #8 and Flight Vol. 1-2.
04.21.05 -- Alan David Doane reviews Apres Shampooing and Pig's Missing Poo.
04.19.05 -- With money tight this week at many comics shops, Alan David Doane suggests some comics and books you might consider adding to your purchases this week.
04.18.05 -- New reviews today include Jessica Farm #1, The Black Heart Irregulars #1, Shuck the Sulfurstar #1, Embroideries, The mini-comics of Diana Tamblyn, Outlaws, Rebels, Freethinkers and Pirates, Bluesman Book One and Stonehaven: Milk Cartons & Dog Biscuits. Also, ADD recounts The Rise and Fall of My Red Car.
04.14.05 -- Christopher Allen's back with Breakdowns, and takes a look at the works of Seth, James Jean's Process Recess art book, other recent comics and graphic novels, and a look at how DC might have made a success of their failed 2000AD/Humanoids lines. Also today, Mick Martin's The Endless Finale looks at the end of Peter David's first run on The Incredible Hulk.
04.12.05 -- Alan David Doane reviews Pussies Vol. 1-2, by Josh Simmons.
04.11.05 -- Kevin Huizenga's Or Else #2 is reviewed today.
04.05.05 -- Get the lowdown on one of the biggest anthologies of the year with Comic Book Galaxy's PROJECT SUPERIOR Project, and enter our latest contest, The Super-F*cking Contest, with a chance to win original art by James Kochalka, an American Elf hardcover, copies of Super-F*ckers #1, and more!
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