[...] This is a Sincerist Thread August 6th, 2009 admin Leave a comment Go to comments Confused about the world of Templar, Az? (Previously), and its three-books of world-building? Well, i09 gives you a run through of the major plots, cults, and sub-cultures that inhabit the comic’s alternate history Arizona. Or maybe you should just start at the beginning. [...]
Promising art, will follow for now
[...] mention an online graphic novel that everyone seems to recommend and that I just started reading: Templar, Arizona. Great art, compelling characters, deep storyline and background development–worth reading [...]
[...] Templar, Arizona: a deeply involved ongoing alternate-universe, slice-of-life graphic novel that I have mentioned before. The level of detail Spike has developed is impressive and fascinating–the world is equally as compelling as the characters involved in it that the story primarily focuses on. Religions, cults, activists, more-gaga-than-Lady-Gaga eviscerating gossip television, drug addicts, and people just trying to make lives for themselves–that’s Templar, AZ. [...]
[...] GET! (Why yes, it’s a weekend bonus by Spike!)Spike Trotman’s the talented lady behind Templar, AZ, which is a comic that I’m sure you’ve already heard of (if you haven’t, then [...]
This web comic is amazing! Thanks for the marvelous updates!
[...] on graphic novels. Like the spooky industrial-celtic feeling Gunnerkrigg Court, the alt-history Templar, Arizona and the incredibly beautiful The Phoenix Requiem. Go click on that link and tell me you don’t [...]
[...] Templar, Arizona [...]
Well I am a sucker for alternate world personal stories so here goes something….
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