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Author Archives: Roger Shingler

Book Review: Undeleted Scenes by Jeffrey Brown

Scenes without closure, life unedited... Bright nuggets of truth in every one... Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: Hello, Do You Work Here? by Peter Simeti et al

Tawdry tales of crazy customers, retail-rage and Machiavellian managers abound in this comic compendium of work-related woes. Read More »

Comic Review: Not Quite Dead: Last Gig In Shnagrlig by Gilbert Shelton & Pic

Underground comix legend Gilbert Shelton shows he's still truckin' with this hilarious satire on American imperialism and religious fundamentalism. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: Moving Pictures by Kathryn & Stuart Immonen

A museum curator attempts to keep works of art - and her deepest self - hidden from the attentions of Nazis in occupied Paris. Read More »

Comic Book Review: Battle Smash Vs. The Saucer Men From Venus by Dale Mettam & Armando Zanker

Mexican wrestling and flying saucers collide over London in this refreshingly un-cynical superhero comedy-adventure. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: A Carrot For Iznogoud by Rene Goscinny and Jean Tabary

A lesser-known comic treat from the creator of Asterix. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: The Chair by Peter Simeti and Kevin Christensen

A terrifying, original graphic novel that shows us where the true horror lies... Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: Spell Checkers by Jamie S. Rich, Nicolas Hitori de and Joelle Jones

Three wise-cracking witches fight to save their reps -- and their souls -- in this supernatural teen comedy-drama from the publishers of Scott Pilgrim. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: Thorgal – Volume Seven: The Master of The Mountains by Grzegorz Rosinski & Jean Van Hamme

History, fantasy, mythology and science fiction combine in a tale of high adventure from the industrious Franco-Belgian comics scene. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: Booth by C.C. Colbert & Tanitoc

A pivotal moment in history, told through the medium of comics. Read More »