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Posts tagged Terry Moore

Jun 22 '14

Treat Yourself With a Sale on One of the Best Comics You Probably Aren’t Reading

With so many comics to keep up with every week sometimes, there are gems that aren’t on your radar. If you’ve been lucky enough to be reading Rachel Rising by Terry Moore than you know what I mean by gem. Moore, of course, gave the comic world Strangers in Paradise and his most recent effort channels that book in the wonderful way he both builds worlds and characters including many female characters. But he also creates a tense world where the everyday turns quickly to horror. 

This weekend Comixology is having a sale on Rachel Rising and I encourage to take advantage of it to get to know this book. The big bundle lets you get 24 issues of the book for under $20 - that is a bargain and is going to give you hours of reading and rereading. Go give a try and let me know what you think.


Feb 18 '13

3 Chicks Review Comics Talks to Terry Moore about Strangers in Paradise and Rachel Rising

On the newest episode (#51!) of the CBR podcast 3 Chicks Review Comics, Kelly and I welcome writer Terry Moore who talks about his current series Rachel Rising and his legendary series Strangers in Paradise. During the interview Moore reveals

  • How his prose novel of Strangers in Paradise has been pushed back for other projects.
  • How Rachel Rising emanated from a pitch for Birds of Prey
  • How digital distribution of has impacted the sales of Rachel Rising

Kelly and I also review Katana #1 and Powers Bureau #1 - did we like them? You’ll have to listen to find out. We also chat about Batman #17 and the Death of the Family.

And we also chat about some recent developments at DC Comics including the hiring of homophobe Orson Scott Card to write Superman.  Yeah, that part is not pretty.

Anyway please give the show a listen! And please leave us comments!