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Comic Review: ‘Trailer Park of Terror’ Revisits ‘Tales from the Crypt’

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Sixty years after the demise of Tales from the Crypt, the spirit lives on. Read More »

Interview: Eric Powell Talks ‘Big Trouble in Little China’ Comic Books

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After nearly twenty years, Jack Burton is back. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Initiates’ by Etienne Davodeau

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A striking graphic non-fiction in which “A Comic Artist and a Wine Artisan Exchange Jobs.” Read More »

Comic-Con 2014 Report: Friday

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The plan for the day was much more esoteric. Read More »

Winners of the 26th Annual Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards Announced

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The envelope please... Read More »

The 10 San Diego Comic-Con Panels I Hope to Attend

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You might see me in attendance or at least in the line outside the room. Read More »

Shawn Bourdo’s Five Most Anticipated San Diego Comic-Con Panels

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There are treats for those who look beyond the obvious. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Dog Butts and Love. And Stuff Like That. And Cats.’ by Jim Benton

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The cartoonist’s first collection of web cartoons is in the grand tradition of great gag cartoonists of the magazine age. Read More »

Comic Book Review: ‘The City on the Edge of Forever’ by Harlan Ellison and J.K. Woodward

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A classic Trek episode gets its comic book miniseries adaptation. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: ‘Chronos Commandos’ by Stuart Jennett

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Americans and Nazis fight a War that Time Forgot in a pulpishly grisly sci-fi war comic. Read More »