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Habibi

Thompson created a great deal of interesting comics art and many memorable passages, but does he succeed in what he set out to do? Continue reading

 
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Tales of the Batman – Gene Colan, Volume One

A collection of moody noir stories. Continue reading

 
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Gangsta Rap Posse #2

Gangsta Rap Posse is best described as an Elseworlds tale in which NWA actually were a bunch of drug-dealing, ho-pimping, Uzi-toting mass murderers. Continue reading

 
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Ganges #4

Ganges #4 is the Godfather Part II of comics about insomnia: the rare sequel that tops the already excellent original. Continue reading

 
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The Hidden

A great big orgy of schlocky gore and cartoon deaths, the plot of The Hidden is every old horror film rolled into one glorious genre cliché. Continue reading

 
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Prince Valiant, Volume 4: 1943-1944

Prince Valiant has probably done more time than any other as the popular imagination’s pick for “greatest comic ever.” Continue reading

 
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Daybreak

This updated version of the Fort Thunder alumnus’s zombie story is an immensely thoughtful, carefully constructed, and ultimately troubling comic. Continue reading

 
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The Collected John G. Miller: 1990-1999

His work is in the tradition of Fletcher Hanks and Rory Hayes, but I’ve never encountered a personality quite like Miller’s in all my years of reading comics. Continue reading