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Selective Amnesia, OCD Ticks and Other Useful Character Flaws in 'The Dewey Decimal System'

Private-eye fiction is being kept vital and relevant by many creative and intelligent authors. Nathan Larson's book is proof positive that the private detective will remain a serious and seriously enjoyable literary archetype.

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John Blake

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Even As You Gag on It: MST3K vs. Post-War America

Nothing destroys the charm of a meal more quickly than having a personality.

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The Early Days of New England Comics Press #2: This Foul Romper Room

The second in a 3-part series revisiting the NEC Press of the late 1980s and early 1990s, focusing on that monolith of Japanese propriety, Paul the Samurai.

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'Richard Yates': Kids These Days

Tao Lin's Richard Yates goes far in not only de-romanticizing the notion of romance but also, on a personal level, does much to remove the “otherness” of the young in general.

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Confederacy of Bad-Asses #2: The Life of Reilly

From here on in for the next few years, The Punisher would be published exclusively under Marvel’s mature-readers MAX imprint, allowing Ennis to explore the character in a more realistic setting, with more swear words and fewer men in capes.

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Days Missing #1-5

In the days missing from human history, we find the human story.

Jimmy Callaway
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Archaia Press

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Confederacy of Bad-Asses 1: You 'n Me, We Onna Same Side, Homes

The first in a series of Iconographies examining Garth Ennis-scripted Punisher villains spotlights Barracuda, one of the Punisher's sickest, most deranged enemies, who also turns out to be almost the exact same man.

Jimmy Callaway

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