Derek Kirk Kim’s TUNE BOOK 2 : Still Life is hilarious claustrophobia

Derek Kirk Kim seems to have come into his own on this second installment of his TUNE series. Although, more first person, the lead character Andy Go’s, inner monologues and conversations with Dash (the zoo recruiter turned art aficionado) is well worth the read. Maybe it’s because I am morbid or maybe it’s because IContinue reading “Derek Kirk Kim’s TUNE BOOK 2 : Still Life is hilarious claustrophobia”

The Creators Project brings Dungeons and Dragons and Couture together for a whimsical fantasy

This short may be too hipster for it’s own good, but Frodo is in it. What better way to add some legitimacy to this strange fantasy, in what would otherwise be a runway show in Bryant Park, than to add Elijah Wood into the mix. It’s quiet and looks a lot like a M83 video,Continue reading “The Creators Project brings Dungeons and Dragons and Couture together for a whimsical fantasy”

M.I.T.N.G reviews the new science fiction anime short “PostHuman”

  While researching PostHuman on the internet I ran into a ton of movies/web series all bearing the same name and I thought, that must be frustrating as a filmmaker. To know you might not have the dot com or the facebook url is sometimes a death sentence, but upon further inspection of these filmsContinue reading “M.I.T.N.G reviews the new science fiction anime short “PostHuman””

M.I.T.N.G REVIEWS “LEGENDS OF ZITA THE SPACE GIRL” WRITTEN AND DRAWN BY BEN HATKE

  The problem with being a galactic super hero is that everybody wants to be you and in Legends Of Zita The Space Girl one lonely clone-bot get’s to do just that. No question, writer/illustrator Ben Hatk has a knack for fun stories in addition to a healthy love for painting and doing one manContinue reading “M.I.T.N.G REVIEWS “LEGENDS OF ZITA THE SPACE GIRL” WRITTEN AND DRAWN BY BEN HATKE”

M.I.T.N.G REVIEWS “BALL PEEN HAMMER” BY ADAM RAPP ART BY GEORGE O’CONNER

As abrupt an ending as this story has, I felt pretty confident that I knew the basic gist of what was happening. Then I back peddled, second guessed myself, and skimmed through some of the pages I previously read and I gotta say…it’s all still a bit hazy. Illustrator George O’Conner and Pulitzer Prize finalistContinue reading “M.I.T.N.G REVIEWS “BALL PEEN HAMMER” BY ADAM RAPP ART BY GEORGE O’CONNER”

M.I.T.N.G REVIEWS DARK HORSE COMIC’S “BATTLEPUG VOL #1” WRITTEN AND ILLUSTRATED BY MIKE NORTON

Following in the footsteps of Heavy Metal Magazine comes BATTLEPUG written and illustrated by Mike Norton (Scatterbrain). You can never tell what to take seriously and what not in this fantastical tale of vengeance, sexy women and magic. Battlepug is a story told by “Moll” a young girl who likes to lie around naked andContinue reading “M.I.T.N.G REVIEWS DARK HORSE COMIC’S “BATTLEPUG VOL #1” WRITTEN AND ILLUSTRATED BY MIKE NORTON”

MITNG REVIEWS “TECH WATCH” WRITTEN BY RADI LEWIS AND ILLUSTRATED BY ERNESTO VINCENTE

Writer Radi Lewis and illustrator Ernesto Vincente have created a feast for lovers of war and science in TECH WATCH. The story follows Isaiah Grey (Founder oF Tech Watch) an unscrupulous scientist with designs on ruling the world. To achieve this goal he travels the globe with his nano soldiers harvesting information from former fellowContinue reading “MITNG REVIEWS “TECH WATCH” WRITTEN BY RADI LEWIS AND ILLUSTRATED BY ERNESTO VINCENTE”

MITNG REVIEWS “THE GREEN MONK” BY BRANDON DAYTON

We all know about the lone monk stories, Kwai Chang Caine, Miyamoto Musashi, Benkei , well we can add another name amongst this list of benevolent ass kickers The Green Monk written and illustrated by the amazingly talented Brandon Dayton. This monk not only walks the way of the righteous, but if you get inContinue reading “MITNG REVIEWS “THE GREEN MONK” BY BRANDON DAYTON”

MITNG REVIEWS “FOSTER” BY BRAIN BUCCELLATO AND NOEL TUAZON

There could be several reasons why someone would need a Kickstarter project, but when you read and see something this good you wonder why people aren’t throwing money at them to get this out, oh wait… people did…never mind. Getting back to my point, in talking with loads of indie writers and illustrators the answerContinue reading “MITNG REVIEWS “FOSTER” BY BRAIN BUCCELLATO AND NOEL TUAZON”