• The Vocabulary of Violence: 4 Takes on Steve Orlando’s Midnighter

    The Vocabulary of Violence: 4 Takes on Steve Orlando’s Midnighter1

    Midnighter #1-6 Steve Orland (Scripter), Stephen Mooney (penciller), Aco (penciller), Alec Morgan (penciller), Romulo Fajardo Jr. (colourist), Hugo Petrus (inker #3 and #6), Bryan Hitch (cover artist #1), Artyom Trakhanov (cover artist #3) DC Comics May 2015 – Present In May 2015, the DCU welcomed longtime Stormwatch and Authority character Midnighter to the fold with a free

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  • It’s a Crime: Two Perspectives, Worlds Apart, on Tet

    It’s a Crime: Two Perspectives, Worlds Apart, on Tet1

    Tet IDW Paul Tucker & Paul Allor Issue three out now Claire Napier: I’ve complained before about my inability to find graphic crime fiction that satisfies me on the same levels as my favoured crime prose. Well, I can shut up now. Tet is that book. I’ve known Paul Allor for a while; we’re acquainted on

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  • The Girl Without a Name: A Q&A with Author Sandra Block

    The Girl Without a Name: A Q&A with Author Sandra Block0

    Sandra Block’s sophomore novel revisits psychiatrist Zoe Goldman–the protagonist from Little Black Lies. This new novel, The Girl Without a Name, is a fast-paced, intelligent thriller that tackles themes from mental illness to racism. I recently had the opportunity to talk to Sandra about her new novel, how her career impacts her writing and what it’s like writing

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