ADVANCE REVIEW: The Dregs TPB: Haunting, Uncompromising, Honest, Beautiful

Though I call the middle of America home these days, I am originally from the West Coast of Canada, and spent most of my life living in the city of Vancouver, British Columbia. Vancouver is, of course, renowned for its scenic beauty, but as The Dregs proves, it’s also home to one of the most significant communities of drug addiction and homelessness in North America; the downtown east side (or DTES, as it’s known). The…

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The Briefs: The Dregs from Black Mask Studios

 Welcome to The Briefs, where we open a door for our readers. Today we are looking through The Dregs from Black Mask, via five simple lines of questioning. [this was edited lightly for clarity] EC: First, can you introduce yourselves and tell us a bit about everything you do, or did, on The Dregs? ZT: I’m Zac Thompson, one half of the writing team on the book. Together with Lonnie I wrote the series and…

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Black Mask Announces Wave of New Titles for 2016

Black Mask Comics is betting big on the coming year being it’s breakout, with a long slate of new series from established and rookie creators. Today the Los Angeles-based independent comic book publisher announced ten new series as well as the continuation of We Can Never Go Home from writers Matt Rosenberg and Patrick Kindlon, and artist Josh Hood as well as a second volume of Fabian Rangel Jr and Alexis Ziritt‘s Space Riders. The new…

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