Tag Archives: Black Mask

Ballistic Volume 1

So, by chasing a white rabbit through some wibbly wobbly alternate universy wersy stuff, I ended up in Repo City State. Luckily, I was picked up by the protagonists of Ballistic, Butch, and his only friend, Gun. While we were hunting for that white rabbit in his flying car, I saw this as the perfect chance for an interview.

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Butch and Gun, pictured here. Darick Robertson

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Butchering Bigots: The Punk Rock Life

CCgSKuMWMAADf9I.jpg-largeToe Tag Riot #4 by Matt Miner and Sean Von Gorman releases today. I had the pleasure of sitting down with a young man who was fortunate enough to attend Toe Tag Riot’s concert, which took place outside the home of Westboro Baptist Church attendees Fred and Shirley. Enjoy this fantastic interview with the guy who elbowed you in the mosh pit.

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Freeze Frame 3/27/2015

From Captain Victory & The Galactic Rangers #6 by Nathan Fox
From Captain Victory & The Galactic Rangers #6 by Nathan Fox

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Life Is A Mixtape: An Interview With Matthew Rosenberg

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Last week I posted an advanced review of the new Black Mask comic We Can Never Go Home #1. The comic hits stands tomorrow March 25th and before it’s release I had the pleasure of catching up with one of the writers Matthew Rosenberg. We talked life, comics and mixtapes. It is fantastic, check it out!

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Advanced Review: We Can Never Go Home #1

STK664552By Josh Hood, Matthew Rosenberg and Patrick Kindlon

We Can Never Go Home #1 is the newest comic Black Mask has to offer. If you have been paying attention to our Indubitable Issues segment lately, you will have noticed these Black Mask comics are no joke. There are some very strong books out there we think you should be reading. Titles like Critical Hit, Toe Tag Riot and Godkiller to name a few. If you missed these books, then I have great news for you: the best Black Mask has to offer is coming out next week March 25th, and it’s named We Can Never Go Home.

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