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Ben Marra Is Kickstarting 'Blades & Lazers'
Ben Marra Is Kickstarting 'Blades & Lazers'
In all the years that I've been going to comic book conventions, I'm pretty sure that Ben Marra is the only person I've ever walked up to and said, "I'd like to buy one of everything you have." His comics, and I mean this in the absolute best way possible, have the aesthetic of weird, stapled together drawings done in the back of math class once he'd finally perfected the Van Halen logo, and while that's probably not for everyone, it is exactly the VHS action movie-meets-80s black and white boom aesthetic I am into. Now, everyone's getting the chance to hand over their hard earned cash for some of Marra's most bizarre comics. Not only is the completely bonkers Terror Assaulter: OMWOT: One Man War On Terror getting a full-length release from Fantagraphics, Marra has launched a Kickstarter for an oversized version of Blades & Lazers, printed with metallic blue and fluorescent pink ink.
Benjamin Marra Announces 'Blades and Lazers' Comic
Benjamin Marra Announces 'Blades and Lazers' Comic
Back in June, I wrote about how excited I was to sit down with a stack of Benjamin Marra's Traditional Comics. There's just something about those lurid black-and-white adventures like Night Business that hits my nostalgia for both VHS-only action movies and the black and white indie boom of the '80s perfectly. I love 'em, and now, Marra has announced that he's adding another title to the Tradition
Benjamin Marra’s ‘American Psycho’ Comics Now Available As Broadsheet Newspaper [Preview]
Benjamin Marra’s ‘American Psycho’ Comics Now Available As Broadsheet Newspaper [Preview]
One of the standout releases of last year's Brooklyn Comics + Graphics Festival was a characteristically striking series of self-published zines from Benjamin Marra (The Incredibly Fantastic Adventures of Maureen Dowd) based on the filmed version of Bret Easton Ellis' infamous novel, American Psycho...
‘The Incredibly Fantastic Adventures of Maureen Dowd’ [Preview]
‘The Incredibly Fantastic Adventures of Maureen Dowd’ [Preview]
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Traditional Comics Ad: So Awesome You’ll Forget Your Own Name
Traditional Comics Ad: So Awesome You’ll Forget Your Own Name
While most comics publishers may promote their books through multimedia like animated series, movies and other outlets, few have taken to directly hocking their printed materials on Youtube, except perhaps Benjamin Marra of Traditional Comics who recently called fans of awesome action, intense emotion, extreme violence and beautiful women to attention with a $3 or less price point for single issue