REVIEWS

Night Animals

Brecht Evens’ gorgeous pamphlet Night Animals is one more entry in the Little Nemo column: a surface-level book that hints frustratingly at greater depths which prove difficult to actually access. Continue reading

 

Independently Animated: Bill Plympton

This book demonstrates an artist who has so well exceeded his influences that he has become a sub-genre of the form himself. Continue reading

 

Chimo

You go to Collier for the “Collier Experience.” Continue reading

 

Weapons of the Metabaron

If bad publicity is better than no publicity, then Weapons of the Metabaron is comfortably ahead of nearly every other Franco-Belgian genre comic currently in English release. Continue reading

 

The Complete Peanuts: 1979-1980

These strips mostly date from my early childhood years, which is to say, the late seventies to mid-eighties – not generally considered Peanuts’ best era. Continue reading

 

City-Hunter Magazine #1

An odd little magazine that walks on the outer fringes of what most would consider “comics,” while showcasing a barrage of imagery from one of the medium’s most exciting visual stylists. Continue reading

 

The Art of Jim Starlin: A Life in Words and Pictures

A Life In Words and Pictures will please those who know the difference between Infinity Crusade and Infinity Wars and Infinity Abyss, but may not be so appealing to the uninitiated. Continue reading

 

Bakuman, Vols. 1-3

At first glance, Bakuman doesn’t seem to have much in common with Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata’s other manga series, the astoundingly popular and highly influential Death Note. Continue reading