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Tuesday Top Ten: All Time Favorites Dean

Nothing But Comics is about to hit our two-year mark and in observance of the site’s anniversary, every Tuesday from now until we finish, one of our staff members will list off their favorite series, runs or issues of all time. This week it’s Dean. Continue reading Tuesday Top Ten: All Time Favorites Dean

Cracking the Kindt Case: Mind MGMT Volume 2: The Futurist

22724This is not a joke, this is a warning. Read this post at your own discretion. The information here is considered highly sensitive and highly dangerous. Your safety may be at risk. I must write this post quickly before the information disappears from my memory. I will then lay low, disappear for a while. If you read this post, I suggest you do the same. Again, I stress proceed at your own discretion. The Kindt Case has been cracked.

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Cracking The Kindt Case: Red Handed

redhandedAlmost a year ago, Nothing But Comics writer Creighton (AKA Cosmo) caught up with the brilliant writer Matt Kindt to talk about some of his work. If you missed it, you can find it here. Before this interview Creighton reached out to the Nothing But Comics staff to see if anyone had a question for Kindt. This was a very exciting moment in my life because I had a question, a big question. The more I thought about this question, the more confused I became. A few months prior to this interview I read the terrific Matt Kindt story Revolver. I noticed something in Revolver that was ever so subtly touched upon. I began to obsess about this tiny detail thinking that every thing in the book revolved around it. I handed the book to every friend I knew would read it, hoping anyone else could catch this subtle key. None of them were able to see it. Now my friend Creighton was asking if anyone had any questions for Matt Kindt, the writer of Revolver, the very man who was causing my sleep loss. So did I have a question for Matt Kindt? You bet I did.

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