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Hush Hush Graphic Novel Adaptation by Becca Fitzpatrick

In all my years of reading graphic novels, I have never come across a book that is so perfectly bad in every aspect: writing, illustrations, adaptation, paper quality/presentation, even proof reading. The only saving grace here is that I found … Continue reading

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Fathom Blue Descent by David B. Schwartz, Alex Sanchez, Scott Clark

Back in the 1990s, Fathom represented the new wave of comics: bold digital colors, facile storylines, and a soft porn approach to the illustrations. It was the Top Cow generation and Fathom was the flag bearer. We’re used to all … Continue reading

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Southbound! Glorious Summers by Zidrou and Jordi Lafebre

As the title suggests, this is a somewhat autobiographical and very romantic memory of the author during one Summer in 1970s Belgium. We have a family without much means but a lot of heart who give us a wonderful reminder … Continue reading

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Ark Land By Scott A Ford

I love that we have so many original stories in graphic novel format these days. Sure, I may not love all of them – but we have such variety that we really are spoiled. And while Ark Land never connected … Continue reading

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Stellar issue 1 by Joseph Keatinge and Bret Blevins

With Stellar issue 1, we are given a brief introduction to a post apocalyptic universe in which everything seems to be in ruins. Retro future spaceships, giant robots, huge alien creatures, and an almost steampunkian type of army lie in … Continue reading

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The Wormworld Saga Volume1: The Journey Begins by Daniel Lieske

The chapters for this series were released 1-2 times yearly originally and just by the first few pages alone you can see why: this is a visually stunning graphic novel with beautiful full page art to tell the story. Yet … Continue reading

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Swing Volume 1 by Linda Sejic, Matt Hawkins, Jenni Cheung

Coming from Top Cow, the publisher known for soft porn comics, I had to wonder if this would be sensationalist smut or actually had a valid point of view. Fortunately, in this case the authors/artists tackle the subject of swinging … Continue reading

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