The final issue (we mean it this time) of the Extra Sequential magazine can be seen below or here. Basically it’s a collection of all the articles and interviews that were scheduled for print but that never came to be.
We also helped launch the print one-shot Arcana magazine, of which you can see a preview here. It was released in March 2010.
Our THIRD AND FINAL issue is here. 40 pages with interviews with novelists Robin Parrish and Brian Cronin, as well as with Wolfgang Bylsma from Gestalt Comics. Of course, diverse artwork, and reviews feature too.
Our SECOND issue is now out! You can see it right here in a nifty full screen format. Flash Gordon, Zeb Wells, Tom DeFalco, Kid Beowulf, Cubeecraft, Harker, Joe Jusko, Dread Force, and heaps more. Curious? Sure you are! It’s 88 pages. It’s full colour and it’s FREE.
Our first issue! Woo hoo! After months of planning, and then adjusting those plans as life happened, our premiere ish is finally here. Right here you can view or save the 58 page mag through a nifty on-line viewer. Just click on the arrow icon at the top to view it in full screen.
We originally intended it as a paid mag through Amazon, and then as a freebie to comic shops. Eventually our wild dreams gave way to reality. Two guys with full-time jobs and families and obligations outside of our 9 to 5 existence means that our resources (in regards to finances and time) are limited. So we decided to make an on-line mag for free to the world. Look at it, download it and recommend it. Be our guest. Every issue is about 60 pages, full colour and brimming with art from every corner of the comic book globe. Our current issue is chock full of hearty goodness, such as:
A feature article on the new red Hulk series from Marvel.
Superb art from new series, such as Masks from Septagon Studios, and Shrapnel from Radical Publishing.
A peek at the upcoming Batman: Arkham Asylum next-gen console game.
A look at common comic book terminology.
A review of the hefty Volume 3 of American Elf from creator James Kochalka.
And a bevy of interviews covering the clubbing world of B.P.M, what’s new with the Street Fighter franchise, strange superheroes from the 1930s and 40s, the enchanting Clockwork Girl and more.