This time, we're talking to Ben Kahn, co-writer of Renegade Rule. Ben & Sceptile Credit: Ben Kahn Kahn: Red and Blue came out when I was in the 3rd grade in 1998, and it was this absolutely instantaneous lightning bolt that changed school life completely Elementary school children were waking up hours early on school days so[...]
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We previously spoke to Ben Kahn, co-writer of the upcoming Renegade Rule from Dark Horse Comics, and their answer regarding hopes for Pokémon's landmark year and future deserved its own piece. Ben Kahn & Sceptile Credit: Ben Kahn What do you as a Pokémon fan hope to see in 2021 for the franchise's 25th anniversary? Kahn: *Pulls out comically long[...]
Heavenly Blues reaches its ending with the crew finally executing their heist in Heaven itself to steal the Holy Grail. Is it a good read?
The Coin Counter and Amunet scout out Heaven's train system while Jefferson and Erin try to play Uriel in this issue of Heavenly Blues. Does it make for a good read?
Heavenly Blues finds its crew of robbers and killers in Heaven itself now on the path to stealing from the Archangel Uriel. Can they succeed? Is it a good read?
The third issue of Heavenly Blues brings Isaiah and Erin's team together while taking a look at the life story of Hideki. Does it make for a good read?
This also serves to keep things toned down when needed. Ben Kahn and Bruno Hidalgo bring another comic that is equal parts thoughtful, dramatic, and funny Heavenly Blues is a darkly beautiful comic about agency and finding purpose This one earns another recommendation Check it out. [rwp-review-ratings id="0"] [rwp-review-form id="0"] [rwp-review-recap id="0"] We get the story of Erin's death[...]
Ben Kahn and Bruno Hidalgo do some great work here. You should definitely check it out. [rwp-review-ratings id="0"] [rwp-review-form id="0"] [rwp-review-recap id="0"] As it turns out, Hell isn't what we thought it was It's frighteningly easy to wind up there, but it's not full of demons and watched over unceasingly by Satan[...]
It's also written by Ben Kahn with art by Bruno Hidalgo, with a cover by Farel Dalrymple (cover), and appearances by Jim Rugg, J.G Jones, and more. The 132 page graphic novel currently available from Locust Moon Press is described thus: In the never-ending battle between good and evil, not even death is permanent The Shaman, a[...]
But who brings the dead back to life? That's the question writer Ben Kahn and illustrator Bruno Hidalgo explore in their new supernatural adventure comic Shaman With their Kickstarter campaign well underway, I spoke with Ben about the comic, baseball, magic, and the importance of humor in comics. Nikolai Fomich: Ben, what is Shaman? Ben Kahn: Shaman is[...]