A behind the scenes look at a major Sc-fi convention.
Two new graphic novels deal with fatherhood, dating, and time travelling.
The Quality Companion stockpiles an embarrassment of riches for the serious comics fan.
Matthew Moyer is enraptured with James Kochalka’s wonderfully simple and joyous mix of early Peanuts and Gahan Wilson, earnest smiles, wide eyes, and rubbery bodies. You should be, too.
Carl F Gauze digs TwoMorrows’ Modern Masters interview with cartoonist Guy Davis, despite the artist’s nipple defect.
The four issues collected in Twomorrows latest Jack Kirby Collector are packed with interviews, pseudo-scholarly/analytical pieces, and metric tons of artwork from comics’ favorite “working-class kid from the Bronx.”
Matthew Moyer recommends Twomorrows’ last volume in the All Star Companion series to pop culture scholars of all stripes. It’s an essential element to any Golden Age history, when so many originals are still out of the reach of the casual fan.
The inside skinny on collectors of original comic book art and Carl F Gauze’s take on the guys who dig pictures of men who wear their underwear outside their pants.
Bruce Phillips goes all goony over this new collection of Batton Lash’s pioneering creepy/funny comic series.
This book serves both as another great addition to your library of comics reference material and a useful mental health tool, sez Bruce Phillips! Read on…
Twomorrows gives the Modern Masters treatment to John Romita Jr. , who is doing a fine job in living up to his father’s rich artistic legacy at Marvel Comics.
All hail the King! Matthew Moyer finds Jack Kirby’s comics legacy well-preserved in this pair of retrospectives from Twomorrows Press.
If Gorilla Grodd , Captain Cold , the Pied Piper , and Captain Boomerang live on your bookshelf, you’ll be wanting this in-depth history of The Flash , from historians and the people who created him.
You might still love Liz Prince after reading her autobiographical comic, but if it’s maturity you’re after, you’re in this relationship for the long haul.
Alex Robinson’s latest graphic novel takes you back to a place you might not be ready for – 10th grade. Bruce Phillips enjoys the trip.
James Kochalka doesn’t have a three-page Amazon.com collection for nothing – he’s as prolific as he is irreverent as he is talented, and his latest children’s comic sparks a series of deep thoughts in the mind of Andrew Coulon. Put down the wookie and pick up a copy!
Bruce Phillips gets his fingertips all inky poring over the latest Rough Stuff.
Bruce Phillips is cuckoo for this in-depth illustrated interview with Madman creator, Mike Allred.
Matthew Moyer makes a public spectacle of himself over Incredible Change-Bots.
Matthew Moyer swoons like Dale Arden over this latest volume of vintage Flash Gordon reprints from the fine people at Checker Books.
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