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Phicno.com - friend of the indie community

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It must be over a year ago now that Alex, the brains behind Phicno.com, contacted me via Twitter to see if I would be interested in selling and promoting 'Alexandra Forever' through Phicno, a platform he informed was tailored to help indie community. I will admit that I didn't give it much thought at the time. As with many creators I hold down a full time job that pays the bills while being chief cook and bottle washer for the nearly full time hobby that is my passion. There's not a lot of spare time for exploring potential new avenues...

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Positive Vibes

Comic Crusaders did a thorough review of AF which was poisitve about everything but some of the dialogue, which was actually a make-or-beak deal as far as recommending the book. So we took the opportunity of the book not being printed yet and went back to fix some of those problems pointed out in the review. It was a case of "forest through the trees" I guess, and once a light was shone on certain issues it was impossible not to see them anymore! So it just goes to show you, negative reviews of your work can be a positive...

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Canada Day, Eh!

We're having a book launch/premiere/open house in the Byward Market on Canada Day! Follow the link for more info. https://t.co/rIUfyWtpK9

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East Coast Comicon 2016!

Much like last year, East Coast Comicon was a blast. Met some old friends and made some new ones. If you love comics, Cliff Galbraith puts on one heck of a show, folks. There was even a contingent of Ottawa people as Ron Sutton, Janet Heatherington, Geof Isherwood and his wife were also there! Party bus 2017, anyone? Artist Alley The very funny (and snacking) Paul Kupperberg and Carl Potts. Check out Carl's awesome book on creating comics and Paul's blog. About one second after this photo was taken, Paul was kind enough to share what he was eating for...

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5 Reasons the poor box office performance of “Batman v Superman” does not mean the comic bubble is about to burst

All opinions aside about the movie’s artistic merit, what is clear is that it isn’t even close to the money engine that everyone involved had hoped. We’ve all seen the sad Ben Affleck meme, nothing more needs to be said. That shortfall seems to have caused far more reaching concerns. There is speculation floating about the Internet as to whether or not the failure of the movie is a sign that the comic book bubble is about to burst.  Beyond jittery collectors (read: speculators) I’m not sure what is fueling this apprehension. My 5 reasons the bubble is not about...

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