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The Past Was Always With Us: Exclusive Preview of GI Zombie #6
You wouldn’t think it, but Star Spangled War Stories, featuring G. I. Zombie #6 confronts us, by way of Watchmen, with issues at the heart of the history of comics. [26.Jan.15]
Love Everybody, Trust No One in Hinterkind
Hinterkind focuses on characterization, developing its cast intelligently and deliberately so that everyone is fully formed and multi-faceted. [23.Jan.15]
A Bolder, New Hope: Star Wars #1
Marvel Comics takes its first step into a galaxy far, far away and offers plenty of reasons for more hope. [22.Jan.15]
They're Making a Movie About Ant-Man: Ant-Man #1
Ant-Man learns that living small (in his case, really small) can sometimes be better than living large if it means that you get to be with your kids, watch them grow, dry their tears, all that stuff. [21.Jan.15]
This Dream of You: Selma. Selma, Alabama
How writers Civil Rights Movement Icon Congressman John Lewis, co-author Andrew Aydin and artist Nate Powell's March: Book One push us to one, inescapable conclusion -- everybody needs to go to Selma. Now, more than ever. [19.Jan.15]
Reviews
Marvel Comics takes its first step into a galaxy far, far away and offers plenty of reasons for more hope. [22.Jan.15]
Ant-Man learns that living small (in his case, really small) can sometimes be better than living large if it means that you get to be with your kids, watch them grow, dry their tears, all that stuff. [21.Jan.15]
The death of Wolverine is not quite the same as the death of Kurt Cobain or Brett Favre’s retirement, but he’s a character that casts the biggest shadow in all of X-men. [13.Jan.15]
An event comes to a solid end, but is too lacking to be anything more. [12.Jan.15]
The O5 X-men think their future is bad, but a trip to the decaying world of Ultimate adds some needed perspective. [05.Jan.15]
Bitch Planet gives us naked bodies and bloody violence. (Naked bodies and bloody violence in space, no less!) It's called Bitch Planet for God's sake. And it gives us something more. [19.Dec.14]
Spider-Man's first teaching experience with mutants has some new twists, but misses out on important lessons. [16.Dec.14]
Fraction’s writing, which dips in and out of epic verse with a casual mastery, demands a close attention to rhythm and meter, but retains his unique voice. [15.Dec.14]
Features
Hinterkind focuses on characterization, developing its cast intelligently and deliberately so that everyone is fully formed and multi-faceted. [22.Jan.15]
How writers Civil Rights Movement Icon Congressman John Lewis, co-author Andrew Aydin and artist Nate Powell's March: Book One push us to one, inescapable conclusion -- everybody needs to go to Selma. Now, more than ever. [19.Jan.15]
It’s never about confidence, it’s about doubt, Lasko-Gross, the transgressively intelligent creator of Henni, reminds me. [15.Jan.15]
In the aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo attacks, what I want more than anything is for art to be redemptive for any who view it, and for comics to be transformative. [13.Jan.15]
Columns
Worlds in Panels
There is no cloud storage for print, making the decision to recycle a bunch of my print comics qualitatively different from my decision to delete a book or title from my tablet. [17.Dec.14]
Worlds in Panels
GeekGirlCon may not be a "comic-con", but it has helped to bring about positive change in comics culture. [09.Nov.14]
From The Blogs
You wouldn’t think it, but Star Spangled War Stories, featuring G. I. Zombie #6 confronts us, by way of Watchmen, with issues at the heart of the history of comics. [26.Jan.15]
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