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Orca FRESH

About Orca

Organized Readers of Comics Associated, or ORCA, was an international comic book association that was" as aggressive and different as a 'killer whale' in its mission to promote the reading of comic books."

How different? How aggressive?

ORCA gave away thousands of comics each year, to inspire readership and support of our hobby and the business of comic books.

They are the only such group of our kind, recognized throughout the comicbook entertainment industry, and other affiliate industries comprising the wider interest in imagination mediums.

Interviews archived from OrcaI have grabbed some of the old classic interviews.

An ORCA Q&A with Bob Mcleod
by Mark Nickles
Bob McLeod is probably one of the nicest guys in comics. He's also one who's work, unfortunately, is not as visible in American comics, today. He hasn't left comics, however, and has been busy plying his trade in many other areas, in the last few years.

Reviews I have published some of the reviews of Orca.

Snake Plissken Chronicles, Solus, Brath, The Silken Ghost, and More.
If you liked the movie Escape From New York then you are going to love this comic. This does come with a warning, however, this is not a kiddie comic book. The language, violence and situations are for a more mature audience.

Manga Views Manga Views Revisited
Well, with anime conventions becoming more popular than ever and new anime and manga continuing to appear in abundance on American TV and in the video stores, book stores and comic shops, I thought it was high time to share a little of this growing bounty with you again.

Article of the MonthSurviving a comic convention.One of the easiest things to do is survive a day on any comic book convention floor. You just need to remember a few key things. I’ll try to verbally illustrate them for you. by Rick Olney

Black Images in Comics African Americans, long under- and misrepresented throughout comics history, have undergone radical changes within the comics themselves during the latter half of the 20th century. Much of this can be attributed to the turbulence within society itself, as America slowly began the ongoing process of recognizing us as individuals entitled to the same basic rights as white citizens.

Buried Gems A Few Things to Keep in Mind When Buying Comics at the Cons
The summer season is upon us and with it comes the comic convention circuit. For the first-time visitor it can be an almost over-whelming experience, especially if you go to the larger ones such as the Wizard World or San Diego. Flashing lights, freebies, and people are everywhere.

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