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RKYV ONLINE # 44

RKYV ONLINE # 44

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Published by Randy Paré
This Month's Featured Artist - Eric Adams
Cover design by David Marshall
This Month's Featured Artist - Eric Adams
Cover design by David Marshall

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Published by: Randy Paré on Feb 04, 2011
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TableofContents
RKYV # 44
{Feb. 2011}
RKYVONLINE LOGO
– DavidMarshall {current}r. j. paré {modified}Roy G. James{original}
 Virtual Cover #44
- Art by Eric Adams- Design/Layout by DavidMarshall
Interior Art
- By r. j. paré, Mike Grattan, James‘Jig-One’ Titman, Roger Price, Roy G.James, Russell Ashley, De Tourist, Amber Blair, Marc Olivent, Mal Earl,Eric Adams.
EditorialColumn
-“At the Outset: AFew Thoughtsfrom the Editor”- By r. j. paré
 WorldView
-“A Canadian Living in the USA”- By Tom Rossini
SyndicatedComic Strip Review
-“Bob andDoug McKenzie - theComic Strip”- By Nik Poliwko & Tom Nesbitt
FeaturedArtist Review
-“Eric Adams”- By r. j. paré
Short Fiction
-“Ona bicycle built for three – Part1”- by R. Patrick James-“Grimoire – Act Two”- by Scott Claringbold-“The Cold Call”- by Mal Earl
IndieComic
-“Different Unlike Us - The NewGirl”- by Darke Raven, Art by GeraldoGonzalez, Lettering by r. j. paré
Poetry
- By Wanda VanHoy Smith, StephenCampbell, Tindersen BlacktreeHoopdriver, r. j. paré
Pop Culture
-“Digital Scribbles,” “O.E.L.ove” &“Manga Maximus- By Darke Raven-“The Director’s Chair”- By r. j. paré-“Raisedon Saturday MorningCartoons”- By Pauline Paré
Good to see you!– by De Tourist
 
AttheOutset:
A few thoughtsfrom the Editor…
byr.j.paré
The KillingOf aComics Icon…
On January 24, 2011, Rich Johnston of the websitewww.BleedingCool.combroke the story that
 Wizard: The MagazineofComics, Entertainment & Pop Culture
had fired its entire staff and would cease publication immediately. Reaction across the blog-o-sphere was quick to judge.The internet has always been a bastion of trolls ready to kick a body when it’s down. I am notgoing to criticize Wizard. I think there were a great many folks who, for years, got theirinformation on comics and comic related entertainment info from the pages of Wizard. I for onewill miss the ‘zine… Especially the way it was a few years back when it concentrated more onfan-boy humour and took itself a little less seriously.From the extensive letters column, irreverently answered with satirical wit… to the zanyfeatures coming up with “dream” casts for comic movies – to the absurd nerd-gasms of “what if”battles between comic characters. Wizard, at its best, was like an extended conversation withyour fellow geeks – where no one would judge you for reciting
StarTrek
quotes or standing inline for hours, to see the latest
Bat-flick
on opening night.
 
"It was a very dark night, it was a very dark nightand it didn't seem realand all the glory hounds they were going downon the worn out Man of Steel.nd the dime store pawns with their magic wandswere going on and on and on...With Killing the Icons." 
--- Kris Marentette & David Marshall

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