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Americus

MK Reed’s forte has always been her dialogue, and this is a crucial part of the success of her mainstream-publisher debut Americus. It helps that in Jonathan Hill, she has an artistic collaborator whose sensibilities—in terms of body language, nuance, and … Continue reading

 
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The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century: 1969

Is The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen past its sell-by date? Is the latest chapter as oppressive as the last? Where have all the flowers gone? Continue reading

 
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Fantastic Life

The story of a drunken art-school malcontent stumbling his way through awful parties, lousy punk shows, mortifying painting-class critiques, and portentous encounters with the woman of his (wet) dreams. Continue reading

 
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Zegas #1

Like Pope and Graham before him, Fiffe warps the influences of the medium’s ‘80s sci-fi masters into an original construction, one infused with enough of an individual voice to make it feel new and exciting. Continue reading

 
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Too Small To Fail

It’s hard to pigeonhole Knight’s work, even as a political cartoonist, because his influences are so diverse. Continue reading

 
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SF #1

For some, SF will feel like Uncle Scrooge’s vault: a place of joy, worth drowning in. Continue reading

 
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I Will Bite You

Reading I Will Bite You makes me think that Joseph Lambert’s best work is ahead of him. It’s obvious that he is a highly skilled and imaginative cartoonist as well as a top-notch draftsman. He’s in total command of the page, … Continue reading

 
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Starstruck Deluxe Edition

The ever-expanding and never diminishing world of Starstruck. Continue reading