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Comic Review: ‘Step Aside, Pops’ by Kate Beaton


In "Step Aside Pops" Kate Beaton takes readers on a whirlwind tour of history, comic books, and crazy modern tropes. Read More »

Book Review: “Religion,” A Discovery in Comics by Margreet de Heer


Margreet de Heer’s “Discovery in Comics” tackles her most potentially volatile subject yet. Read More »

Comic Review: Super Mutant Magic Academy


"Super Mutant Magic Academy": Great artistic depth in a comic about teens with magic and superpowers going through the adventures of the mundane. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Girl in Dior,’ A Graphic Novel by Annie Goetzinger


A French graphic novel looks at the world of post-war fashion. Read More »

Comic Review: ‘Magic of Myths – Faerie’ by Brotherson and Calvet


The universe of 'Magic of Myths' expands into a new story that mixes the mythology of many cultures. Read More »

Comic Review: ‘Moomin Deluxe Anniversary Edition’ by Tove Jansson


Moomin offers Finnish quirkiness in a comic strip loved worldwide. Read More »

2015 Comic-Con International Diary – Friday


I like the balance of serious panels with those that give me great bar stories to tell. Read More »

2015 Comic-Con International Diary – Thursday


I awoke on Thursday morning with the same Christmas-morning excitement that keeps me coming back each year. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: ‘Louise Brooks: Detective’ by Rick Geary

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The creator of the “Treasury of Murder” GN series turns to fiction with a silent movie great as his heroine. Read More »

Wizard World Sacramento Comic Con 2015: Recap (June 19-21, 2015)

Wizard World Sacramento Comic Con 2015 (photo credit: Tan The Man)

Wizard World Sacramento Comic Con 2015 exploded at the Sacramento Convention Center on June 19-21, 2015, which included special guests like Billie Piper, Malcolm McDowell, Jason Mews, and Danny Trejo. Read More »