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Graphic Reviews: DCC Showcase ’17 – David Mack, Delilah Dawson and Chrissie Zullo   Recently updated !

DCC Showcase ’17: David Mack, Delilah Dawson and Chrissie Zullo As part of the interminable waiting for Denver Comic Con this year, this week I will be talking about a few more of the creators who will be making an appearance at the con this year. Today, I’ll be talking […]


Graphic Reviews: From Russia with Love

From Russia with Love Since it’s been awhile since I list did a list, figured it was about time to return to one of my favorite things: kickass women. Specifically, spies. Espionage has long been a man’s game as far as most fiction is concerned, unless you consider all the […]


Graphic Reviews: Huck   Recently updated !

Huck One of my favorite things about being a lover and devoted reader of any genre is getting to know the styles of the various writers and learning which ones appeal to me and which ones don’t. Since I’ve only been reading graphic novels for the past decade or so, […]


Graphic Reviews: Ghosted

Ghosted First off, I need to apologize for the lack of review last week, I recently started working full-time again and let my fun responsibilities get away from me. And this week’s review is all fun! I’ve long been a sucker for heist stories (hence my irrepressible love for Ed […]


Graphic Reviews: Creator Content – Darwyn Cooke

Creator Content¬†Darwyn Cooke And now for something different! This week in Graphic Reviews, I wanted to take some time to recognize and remember the work of a creator who had a huge impact on the comic book world: Darwyn Cooke. Cooke battled an aggressive form of cancer before sadly passing […]


Graphic Reviews: Civil War

Civil War So often when you think of superhero battles, you think of good versus evil, hero versus villain. However, when superhero stories really start getting interesting is when the definition of good and evil become more blurred. Both Marvel and DC have played with this to an extent but […]


Graphic Reviews: The Fade Out

The Fade Out As I have mentioned before, I am not what you would call a movie buff. If I had to list my media in order of preference, it would easily be books, video games and television/movies. It’s just the way it is when you grow up as bibliophile. […]


Graphic Reviews: Black Widow

Black Widow Ever since watching Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (still winner of lamest superhero movie title ever), I’ve been stuck on the problem of movies about singular superheroines. More than anything, I want to see a proliferation of them. But here’s the problem: how many superhero movies are […]


Graphic Reviews: Daredevil

Daredevil I have to admit to being one of those finicky people who must always read the book or series before I watch the television series or movie based on it. Sometimes that desire gets a little ridiculous but I can’t help it. It’s what drove me to finally read […]


Graphic Reviews: Incognito

Incognito   Antihero In Disguise As a reader who didn’t grow up with the strict morality of the superhero stories from childhood, it’s interesting to see how the portrayal of superheroes has varied over time period and genre. When I think of the 1940’s superheroes, I tend to think of […]