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Stalagmite #2 (2004)

Stories by Jonathan Hill, Daniel MillerJustin Hall, Craig Hurd-McKenney and Carlos Aon, Robyn ChapmanEzra Claytan Daniels, Craig Hurd-McKenney and Angel MosquitoKelli Nelson, Jonathan Russell, James Sturm, and Rama Hughes. It also contained interviews with Seth (Alan David Doane) and Mark Newport (CHM).
Cover by Aaron Vandegraeff

Nominee, 2004 Ignatz Award for Outstanding Debut

"Stalagmite 2 is what indy anthologies should aspire to,
a beautiful-looking book filled with interesting stories
from a variety of talented creators."
— Randy Lander, The Fourth Rail

OUT OF PRINT


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Blanche Goes to Paris (2001)

Written & Illustrated by Rick Geary
Edited by Craig Hurd-McKenney

"BLANCHE stands out as the most pleasant comic-book surprise
I’ve had the pleasure of experiencing this month."
— Don MacPherson, The Fourth Rail

"Blanche's previous adventures have charmed the heck out of me
and I'm looking forward to reading this one."
— Tony Isabella

"Geary's art is its usual wonderful work with plenty of intricate line work and attention to detail…It is so rare that work of this nature is realized
and it should be applauded no matter how many times
the creator manages to hit that high spot."
— Sam Gafford, Pop Matters

"Rick Geary is one of the very best around, in the same league
with classic craftsmen like Gluyas Williams and Edward Gorey."
— Howard Cruse, Stuck Rubber Baby
 

OUT OF PRINT
Collected in THE ADVENTURES OF BLANCHE
 
from Dark Horse Comics!


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Stalagmite #1 (2001)

Stories by Kevin Scalzo, Jonathan T. Russell, Tatiana GillBrian RalphRobyn Chapman, and Constance Kwinn.

Also included: an interview with Jordan Crane

"Comics such as Stalagmite can shock us
with their ability to tell stories
in new, refreshing, and strange ways."
— Ryan Brown, PopMatters

"Really attractive fat first issue."
— Jeff Mason, Alternative Comics

"Some of the cream of the crop
of the up-and-coming indie artists working today."
— Randy Lander, The Fourth Rail
 

OUT OF PRINT