Skullkickers Coverage

A metric assload of coverage/interviews for Skullkickers return with issue #13 and the release of our hardcover oversized Treasure Trove collection coming out last week. It's been a bit dizzying trying to keep up with all of it while juggling conventions each weekend and the job stuff.

Here's a rundown:

• Ryan and Kurtis from The Process podcast on comic writing have an extensive new interview with me all about my comics (pitching, writing, marketing and more).

• Daniel Elkin at Comics Bulletin has written up an audio-recorded interview we did at Image Expo last month.

• Sam and Becky of the Almost Friday Show deliver an enthusiastic review of our brand new Skullkickers Treasure Trove tome with a 9.5/10. Skullkickers coverage begins right near the start at 1:28.

• Linsay at Comics Anonymous has a thorough review of Skullkickers #13 and raves about the beginning of our new story arc.

• Patrick Smith at Spandexless has a new interview with me all about Skullkickers, including our online serialization, the third story arc and more!

• Alex at the Comic Age lists '5 Reasons to Read Skullkickers'.

• Steve Damm at eXpert Comics has a big run through of Skullkickers that includes an advanced review of issue #13.

• Direcow at Here Be Geeks gives a review run through of Skullkickers Volume 1 & 2.

• Andrew Leslie at the Freakin' Awesome Network has a special advance review of Skullkickers #13.

• Skippy at the Library Thing takes a look at Skullkickers #13.

• Our pals at Broken Frontiers have a review of Skullkickers #13 along with an in-depth commentary on the issue.

• Over on The Geek Portal they've posted up a short editorial praising the quality of Skullkickers.

Jeremy's Crapshoot blog has reviewed Skullkickers #13 and declares it a winner.

• Shaun Daniels at Horror Haven reviews our latest issue and is struck by the pirate fun and banter we're bringing to the table.

• RoughJustice at Geeks of Doom reviews our brand new issue and finds a more varied and enjoyable experience than he expected.

• Joe C at Geeking Ally has chosen Skullkickers #13 as his pick of the week and raves about our new story arc.

• Horror website Bloody Disgusting has an in-depth look at the start of Skullkickers #3, from script through to roughs, pencils, inks and color, including our infamous 'Bull Prophecy' 4 page spread.

• The Stumptown Trade Review stopped by during Emerald City Comicon and filmed a little interview with me.

• The gang at Third Eye Comics has made Skullkickers Treasure Trove their 'Pick of the Week'.

• Benjamin Bailey at IGN reviews issue #13 and enjoys the ride, even if he's unsure of where it's all headed.

Things I Like has a review of Skullkickers #13 and they're still liking, nay loving, our adventures.

Comic Buzz gives a rundown of Skullkickers #13 and gives it an 8 out of 10. We're still wowing them.

• Walter Richardson at Multiversity Comics reviews the first part of our new story arc and gives us an 8.7/10.

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