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31.Oct.2011 Three New York City classics in one comic!

The esteemed Sean T. Collins wrote a Spider-Man story for Spider-Man: Marvel Adventures #19. I’m a big fan of Sean’s and a big fan of the Friendly Neighborhood Wall-crawler, but kicking the story off with pizza… well, that was the extra cheese on this metaphorical pie!

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07.Jun.2011 Forever as ewoks

The Troll King by Kolbeinn Karlsson is a remarkably bizarre comic. It’s mesmerizing, too. If you’re a fan of off-kilter… well, anything… you’ll love it! Plus, it has references to ewoks! Good stuff.

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27.Mar.2011 “Call Me Ishmael.”

In B.P.R.D.: Garden of Souls, the Bureau’s fishman Abe Sapien, sails a boat—a short plot device that lends itself to one of the single greatest atmospheric comic book pages of all-time.

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15.Mar.2011 Man Up with King Conan: The Scarlet Citadel

Being a huge Conan fan, there are few things more exhilarating in comics than when this…

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13.Mar.2011 Great Comic Quotes: U.S. Agent #4

U.S. Agent does not eff around…

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01.Mar.2011 Great Comic Quotes: Silver Surfer #37

While reading The Silver Surfer: Rebirth of Thanos by Jim Starlin and Ron Lim, I stumbled across these two dialogue gems.

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20.Feb.2011 Kochalka!

I have an affinity for cartoonists who draw in a style so simplistic it, at first, appears you could draw equally well if you just put a smidgen of effort into it. Of course, when you actually put pen to paper, you begin to realize that drawing really “basic” cartoons is just as hard or […]

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09.Feb.2011 Why you should be reading “B.P.R.D.”

I’m not big on naming favorites. I like plenty of different things for plenty of different reasons, and hate when I’m forced to boil down all the great comics (for example) I love into a single pick during casual conversation. However, selecting a choice book to highlight when this question comes up is highly preferable […]

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13.Nov.2010 House of Mystery: A comic I enjoy

Matthew Sturges’ wild ride of a comic—House of Mystery—began with the relatively simple but beautifully open-ended setup of assorted oddballs telling stories in a strange old house. Since, it’s morphed into a sprawling fantasy epic that would take pages of praise and analysis to fully explain it’s enthralling nature. There’s probably someone else out there […]

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22.Oct.2010 Super Monkey

Some comics are good, some are bad and some are just awesome and fun all the time. If you’re a fan of fun, Tiny Titans is always a good bet! I recently read issue #31 and this sequence cracked me up. Enjoy!

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