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In my previous review of this series, I made the observation that these comics are the equivalent of watching The Lone Gunmen show. This latest edition convinced me even more; its comedic timing reminds me of some of the funniest episodes of the short-lived series.
For those that have been following the Season 10 comics, you’ll appreciate the familiar strokes of Michael Walsh, ink by Adam Gorham and colors by Jordie Bellaire. The X-Files: Conspiracy - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was written by Ed Brisson and edited by Bobby Curnow and Denton Tipton. Covers by Miran Kim, Michael Walsh, and Brian Corroney and Brian Miller.
My review follows after the jump. Beware of Spoilers.
Again we sit down with one of the talented artists participating in Dana Scully's 50th Birthday celebrations. We at XFN have come together with heART and X-Philanthropy to interview the people behind some of your favorite works of fan-art. Today, we spend a little time with Ivee Corday.
Round two of the overall drive featuring heART's artwork is going on now and can be found here. Round three of the auctions featuring Ivee's work begins February 26th with a fourth round coming right after. Click here to view the items up for sale.
Take the jump to read our interview with Ivee Corday.
We are continuing our profiles of the artists for heART and X-Philanthropy's Scully's 50th Anniversary Celebration. Round two of the overall drive featuring heART's artwork is going on now and completes on February 23rd. Round three begins February 26th and runs through March 2nd with a fourth round after that. Click here to view the items up for sale.
Today, we feature Chang Dai who has artwork featured in both round 1 and 2 of the auctions. Some of you may know her as Tumblebuggie over on Tumblr.
Read on after the jump to view our interview with Chang.
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