Tag Archives: Caliber Comics

Review: “A Murder of Scarecrows” (Caliber Comics, Festival of Dread Special)

Welcome back to the Festival of Dread, The Splintering‘s month-long celebration of all things ghastly and ghoulish! Today we’re getting into the spirit of the season with A Murder of Scarecrows, an 80-page graphic novel first published by Caliber Comics in 2011. In the years before the American Revolution, the seeds of rebellion were being planted. Local colonists are becoming

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Review: “Winter War” (Caliber Comics – Monochrome May Special)

Welcome back to The Splintering’s Monochrome May event! Today we’re featuring Winter War, a 99-page, historically-based graphic novel published by Caliber Comics in 2014 that collects issues 1-4 of the original miniseries.* Spoilers ahead! Winter War covers the conflict between Soviet Russia and Finland during the winter of 1939-1940. Scripted and penciled by Kurt Belcher, Winter War ventures into rare

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“Johnny Phantasm” to be published by Caliber Comics; sequel begins crowdfunding this fall

The crowdfunding campaign for Johnny Phantasm in the Tales of New Detroit, 1977 ended successfully over a year ago. Now that backers have their books in-hand, there will apparently be another chance to pick up the book thanks to Caliber Comics. On a recent livestream hosted by Ethan Van Sciver, Johnny Phantasm creator Patrick Thomas Parnell announced that the first

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