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- March 4, 2021
A pair of Japanese takes on The Invisible Man make their first appearance in the U.S.
To Hell With You, I Just Wanna Grow My Vegetables! (Ed Furniture Intergalactic Upholstery). Review by Matthew Moyer
With few lines and fewer words, Nicholas Mahler manages to break hearts with his minicomic tale of the Lone Racer. Heather Lorusso wipes her eyes with the checkered flag.
In The Heat of the Night/They Call Me Mister Tibbs! (Rykodisc). Review by Patrick Lowenstein
Jack Kirby was the creator or co-creator of almost every Marvel Comics super-hero and villain you ever heard of, including The Fantastic Four, Magneto, the X-Men, and Doctor Doom. Ben Varkentine says this book may not be the place to start for newcomers, but fans will have a picnic.
Fun In the Dark (Lookout). Review by David Lee Beowülf
Emo (Panic Button/Lookout). Review by Ryan Eckhart
Chose Your Own Adventure EP (Monosyllabic). Review by Carl F Gauze.
The graphic sequences of sex, war, famine and death in Director Simon Pummell’s Bodysong might make you queasy. But not for the obvious reasons. Eric J. Iannelli explains.
I don’t know how I got mixed up in this. I have a slight thing for vampires, …
99 Cents (Atlantic Records). Review by Jen Cray.
Control Me (BYO). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Get This! (Moon Ska NYC). Review by Julio Diaz