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Comic Review: ‘Zombie Wife and Other Tales of Supernatural Law’

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Short stories from the weirder side of law, filled with zombies, vampires, witches, and the odd demon. Read More »

Interview: Lars Martinson, Author and Artist of Graphic Novel ‘Tonoharu’

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I think sometimes fiction actually allows you to be more honest than autobiography, because it gives you plausible deniability. Read More »

Interview: Grace Mineta, the Texan in Tokyo (‘My Japanese Husband Thinks I’m Crazy’)

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The Texan behind the popular 'Texan in Tokyo' blog and author of 'My Japanse Husband Thinks I'm Crazy' talks about how she got started, and the costs of 'making it big.' Read More »

Art Book Review: ‘Cool Cat Blue’

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A new icon glowing with promise. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: ‘Bumperhead’ by Gilbert Hernandez

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A poignant biography of a life filled with music and wild relationships. Read More »

Interview: Action Lab Comics (‘Vamplets,’ ‘Princeless,’ ‘Puppet Master’) Creative Director Dave Dwonch

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Dwonch talks about the 2015 comics lineup including the return of Eisner-nominated 'Princeless' and 'Nutmeg,' a book he describes as 'Betty and Veronica' meets 'Breaking Bad.' Read More »

Book Review: ‘Wonder Woman: The Complete Newspaper Strip, 1944-1945’ by William Marston and H.G. Peter

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The Amazon princess’ short-run as a newspaper strip heroine gets a sharp hardcover collection. Read More »

Comic Review: ‘Jack Rabbit’ by Goff and Hanna

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'Jack Rabbit' is like Sam Spade having to deal with Cthulhu. Read More »

Comic Review: ‘Samaritan’ by Bragi Schut

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What happens to a city when its hero dies? Read More »

Interview: Jake Myler, Co-creator of the Graphic Novel ‘Orphan Blade’

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Oni has published a unique graphic novel in 'Orphan Blade' whose unique elements argue for adopting it on your bookshelf. Read More »