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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 »

Comic Review: ‘My Hero? An UglyDoll Comic’ by Sun Min Kim, David Horvath, Travis Nichols, Ian McGinty, DevilRobots, Junko Mizuno

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A quirky look at the world of superheros from an UglyDoll point of view. Read More »

‘Stripped’ Tackles Comics like no Documentary Before

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Stripped takes a fresh look at the history of newspaper comics, what they are today, and the shocking digital future that has dawned. Read More »

Comic Review: ‘Eat Dat!’ by Sun-Min Kim, David Horvath, Travis Nichols and Ian McGinty

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A fun look at the world of food with the help of monsters. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: ‘The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Vol. 1′ by Alan Moore

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A steampunk adventure featuring some of the most famous characters of Victorian fiction. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: ‘How I Spent My Summer Invasion’ by Rieger & Wilson

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A comic graphic novel that will engross both kids and adults. Read More »

‘Thirteen Coins’: A New Digital-Only Comic Series

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What if a rare human gene that enables supreme athletic superiority and super-human warrior capabilities can trigger great power for good in one man and brutal evil in another? Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Dear Mr. Watterson’

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Dear Mr Watterson is an enthusiastic fan's appreciation of the comic strip Calvin and Hobbes which also traces the history of this art form and the tensions between creativity and business. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: ‘Eye Witness III: Rise of the Apostle’ by Robert James Luedke

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A new element enters the series in Book Three: a mysterious organization called the Global Development Corporation. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Silver Age of DC Comics’ by Paul Levitz

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The people behind the desks, those with ink covered hands and color stained fingers, they were the real superheroes. Read More »