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Conan the Barbarian #1-3

Brian Wood and Becky Cloonan’s approach to the Conan legacy is conservative, perhaps even reverential, but quietly subversive, as well Continue reading

 
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Forming

The most hilarious cosmogony I’ve ever read. Continue reading

 
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Jeffrey Brown’s Cat Comics

A look at cartoonist Jeffrey Brown’s various cat-themed books. Continue reading

 
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Baby’s in Black

If you came to Baby’s in Black, writer-artist Arne Bellstorf’s take on the young Beatles’ bohemian demimonde in early-‘60s Hamburg, expecting a darkly glamorous romantic tragedy amid the gathering clouds of a pop-culture hurricane—well, I can’t say I’d blame you. … Continue reading

 
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Athos In America

In many ways, Athos In America feels like the artist looking back at his body of work to date. Continue reading

 
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Night Business #4

In Marra’s blood-soaked hands — and this is his best handiwork to date — you can have your cake and eat it too. Continue reading

 
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Lincoln Washington: Free Man #1

It seems unlikely that anyone would have guessed the missing element Marra needed to deliver his first bona fide masterpiece was a dose of realism, but then again he does have a way of confounding expectations. Continue reading

 
My Friend Dahmer

My Friend Dahmer

With all the Dahmer data he could find, and a head full of memories he can’t shake, cartoonist Derf tries to connect with the young serial killer in-the-making. Continue reading