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EXCLUSIVE: Love in the time of sex robots in THE SHORT WHILE

In the new graphic tale The Short While by Jeremy Sorese, a coat mix-up between two men leads to unexpected woo. The Short While will be released by BOOM! Studios imprint Archaia in November 2021, but you can get your exclusive first look today right here at The Beat! The Short While is a storey […]

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SHUT IN THEATER: Weekend Reading 46

It’s already the weekend again previously, and that must mean it’s inevitably duration for Weekend Reading 46! As you might expect, we’ll be spend the weekend in the manner to which we are accustomed: see! What will you be paging through this weekend? We hope you’ll make us know in the comment section and on […]

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Matt Chats: Ryan K. Lindsay on reviving the graphic novella

Graphic novellas are somewhat of a lost art in 2021. That’s a pity, because there are plenty of fibs that would be better served at the 40 -8 0 page assortment. Graphic novellas have more apartment to breathe than a comic book and more condensed than standard-length graphic novels. Luckily for anyone who misses graphic […]

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SHUT IN THEATER: Weekend Reading 40

It’s Weekend Reading 40, the final entry for 2020! It’s been quite a year, but we endured, and now at Stately Beat Manor, we’ll be celebrating the only way we know how: with decipher! We hope that you’ll head to the comment section and cause us know what you’ll be paging through as you count […]

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INDIE VIEW: The playful pathos of KUSAMA: THE GRAPHIC NOVEL

Kusama: The Graphic Novel By Elisa Macellari Laurence King Publishing I have, in passing, encountered photos of Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama and when “thats happened”, did wonder about them, but I admit to never putting in the effort to finding out more about who this colorfully-polka-dotted was. The internet is a cornucopia of attention-grabbing recreations, […]

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Abrams ComicArts feat. Megascope announce spring 2021 lineup

Publisher Abrams ComicArts has announced the books in their outpouring 2021 liberation lineup, featuring diaries from Megascope, a new word of bibles that will be comprised of nonfiction and speculative drudgeries been established by and about people of color. Megascope diaries Hardears The firstly book from Megascope will be Hardears, created by Matthew Clarke and […]

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REVIEW: Here’s several reasons to read 7 GOOD REASONS NOT TO GROW UP

7 Good Reasons Not to Grown up Cartoonist: Jimmy Gownley Publisher: Scholastic Graphix The YA graphic story 7 Good Reasons Not to Grown up by Jimmy Gownley focuses on an ensemble of students who call themselves The After-School Resistance, precede by a teen appointed Kirby Finn. But could Finn be obscuring a secret, and if […]

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A Year of Free Comics: Buckle up for STAR TRIP

In Star Trip by Gisele Weaver, Jas leaves the Earth behind to explore every livable planet in the galaxy! The story begins when Jas detects Khut, an alien who has crash-landed on Earth( Earth galactic grouping: “Hick planet” ). Jas agrees to free the alien from the plasma cyberspace in which they have been captured […]

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INTERVIEW: DOTTY’S INFERNO’s Bob Fingerman on why “Hell is my happy place”

Bob Fingerman has been obliging quirky comics carried with feeling and heart for over three decades. He’s perhaps best known for his long-running semi-autobiographical series Minimum Wage which debuted in 1995. His latest comic is perhaps more fantastical than that narrative of working-class New Yorkers, but it’s similarly funny and empathetic. It’s called Dotty’s Inferno, […]

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INTERVIEW: Jeremy Haun talks new series, 40 SECONDS

Jeremy Haun is writing a new succession called 40 Seconds, which is an exciting sci-fi series recently announced as part of comiXology Originals. The first issue of4 0 Seconds came out last week. Joining Haun on the book are artist Christopher Mitten, colorist Brett Weldele, and letterer Thomas Mauer. The sequence aces a squad of […]