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Tag Archives: Comics and Graphic Novels

Johnny and Edgar Winter Not Digging the Comix

This is a great time to be alive if you find copyright law fascinating. Now the right of publicity is in danger of being extended in California – this time I’m with the entertainment biz: After more than 40 years in the business, Johnny and Edgar Winter are legendary Texas …

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Free Comic Book Day

Just seven more non-shopping days 'til Free Comic Book Day!

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Mutant, Texas

Dini & Bone's comic tale of talking armadillos and mushroom bouffants.

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Days Like This

Torres & Chandler's stellar girl group graphic novel

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Lost DD Hardback Finally Shows On Shelves

In follow-up to my Blogcritics review of Marvel’s recent hardback Daredevil books, I should note that Volume One of the “Marvel Knights” reprints has since been released. (For some reason – perhaps the more recent material was easier to cobble together? – the company rushed Volume Two out alongside the …

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Epileptic 1

The plain yellow cover to David B.’s Epileptic 1 (L’Association) only hints at the visual inventiveness found in this remarkable autobiographical graphic work: two boys, one half a head taller than his brother, look out at the reader. To the side of this duo lurks a large lizard head – …

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