Author Archives: Armand Inezian

About Armand Inezian

Armand Inezian is a grant administrator by day, and a writer by night! VampCon- a dark, fantasy thriller- is his first novel. He resides in Boston with his wife, two children, three cats, and one house that needs a lot of work.

Pictures and Small Spoilers: 6 reasons to admire James Robinson’s Starman from the 90’s

I have already gone on at some length about Starman from the 90’s, so rather than go into detail, let’s just make with the pictures: Reason 1- Starman has a regular barber: Reason 2- People over 60 have sex. In … Continue reading

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Writing Acceptances 2014

I try to spend more time writing than thinking about writing, but it’s inevitable that my thoughts will turn to this task I have adopted and to all the emotions and implications that surround it. To address this, I keep a small … Continue reading

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On the cost of books.

Last week I spent $60 to purchase a book. Sixty! I got a used version of Doctor Strange Volume 1, part of the Marvel Masterworks series. Not including some very expensive textbooks that I had to buy for college, that’s … Continue reading

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An Interview with fantasy author, Tim Taylor.

I’m pleased to be hosting an interview with UK-based author and indie-publisher, Tim C. Taylor, in regard to one of his newest projects, Treasure of the Last Dragon. Treasure of the Last Dragon is a fantasy short story collection aimed … Continue reading

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Treasure of the Last Dragon, Review

The Treasure of the Last Dragon is the latest book by the UK-based scribe and indie-scene publisher Tim Taylor. It was released as part of middle-school-oriented “Repository of the Imagination” imprint (rated for kids age 11-16). The book features four … Continue reading

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“Sins of the Father” (1995)- Graphic Compilation, a Review.

I originally bought Starman as individual comics in the mid-90’s and then purchased them again (in graphic novel format called “Sins of the Father”) around ten years ago, so this actually marks my third reading of this collection (I seem … Continue reading

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I like the internet but… (One writer’s lament)

This is my problem with the internet: It makes me feel like I should always be thinking up great, new ideas. This what I need: amnesty from having to try to be very clever.

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Powerful, beautiful, modern and alone: modHero Art by Rogan Josh

For my final interview in anticipation of the Granite State Comic Con, I’m excited to be connecting with Rogan Josh who is the artist behind the gorgeous mod-hero Gallery, a collection (in his own words) of “fan boys hormones ret-conned … Continue reading

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Of Mice and Monsters- An Interview with comic creator, David Petersen.

In anticipation of the Granite State Comicon, I am happy to be to hosting an interview with Eisner-Award-winning writer and illustrator, David Petersen! A graphic from David Petersen’s visually stunning Mouse Guard, Winter 1152 Q: Let’s start with your gorgeous … Continue reading

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Sartorial Syagria!

In anticipation of the Granite State Comicon, I am pleased to be hosting an interview with veteran cosplayer  (And costume contest judge! And 45th generation descendant of the last Ancient Roman Consul of Gaul! ) Syagria. Q: For beginners, what … Continue reading

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