Sunday, July 8 2007
The book serves as a reminder of a period of greatness for a country that is now struggling to regain its footing.
Wednesday, July 4 2007
This story speaks directly to those who were both comforted by and isolated by fantasy while growing up.
Wednesday, June 27 2007
Buffy The Vampire Slayer hasn't felt this confident, charismatic or hungry, indeed this essential, in many years.
Tuesday, June 26 2007
Buffy has returned in the form of a monthly comic book series, and the most important thing to note is that Whedon's imagination no longer has a dollar value attached to it.
Sunday, June 24 2007
Matz and Jacamon are able to add European sensibilities of depth and character development to create one of the best noir books on the market at present.
Tuesday, June 19 2007
A great mixture of the quiet moments in a high stakes, action-filled military-fiction in a manner that exceeded all possible expectations.
Sunday, June 17 2007
Sfar is an author of subtle, swirling surrealism -- touching anecdotes that form narratives like brush strokes form Marc Chagall's dream worlds. Like Chagall, Sfar is Jewish, and frequently the loose steps of Kaballah, or Chassidis, tip-toe into the works.
Tuesday, June 12 2007
This collection allows readers to "see" Lovecraft's works, but with the less likelihood that you will wonder why you just spend five bucks to rent a crappy movie.
Thursday, June 7 2007
This story is heavy on the soul-searching. Luckily for action fans, Moon Knight does his best soul-searching while cracking the teeth of those who prey on innocents.
Tuesday, June 5 2007
Famous Fighters is a wickedly absurd and delightfully entertaining romp which more than proved worthy of my initial affection. But, I have no idea why Smith and Pappalardo bothered to print it.
Friday, June 1 2007
Brubaker gives enough surprises to keep you interested, but not only that, you also care for the characters and what happens to them no matter how dark and seedy they may be.
Monday, May 28 2007
Sadly, this is one of those stories that was better in my memory.
Tuesday, May 22 2007
This is a man making complex choices and compromises; no longer the devil-may-care swashbuckler with the simple liberty of always doing what’s right.
Tuesday, May 15 2007
No bad guys wanting to take over the world, no alien invasions to fight off, just an ordinary man struggling to deal with an amazing life change.
Wednesday, May 9 2007
What do we dream of, who are our heroes, and what does it mean when we lose them?
Tuesday, May 8 2007
The illustrations look like wood cutouts, carved from timber. The pages seem to drip red with setting suns and spliced veins.
Thursday, May 3 2007
Geoff John's new Justice Society series foregrounds new heroes taking up the historic lineage of the JSA, emphasizing the familial bounds, both figurative and literal, of the team.
Tuesday, May 1 2007
Writers Keith Giffen and J. M. DeMatteis promised that issue 4 of their superhero comedy would have "Less Dialogue... More Hitting", and they delivered on that promise big time.
Thursday, April 26 2007
Yes, there are a few missteps, but I feel that the creators will only get a better feel for how to approach the material over time.
Tuesday, April 24 2007
This is the Reese's Peanut Butter Cups of comics: "You've got your Samurai Story in my Steampunk Science-Fiction!" "You've got your Steampunk Science Fiction in my Samurai Story!"