• Uncannily Licensed X-Men #1 – Enter The Best X-Men Book of All Time

    Uncannily Licensed X-Men #1 – Enter The Best X-Men Book of All Time0

    Hello discerning X-Fans. In my new series (check out Rosie’s previous series, Daddy Issues –Ed.) I’ll be exploring some of the best and strangest licensed X-Men books that don’t fall under the direct market comic book mantle. Join me on this *spooky referential comic book voice* Journey Into Mystery.

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  • Kat Tsai: Visible Woman

    Kat Tsai: Visible Woman0

    Her imagery invokes a magic conjured by hushed shades and bright pastels. There is a strong sense of colorful harmony to each one of her illustrations, to each panel of her self-produced comics. The palettes chosen for different themes, times of day, and character design have a symmetry to them that draws the eye into

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  • Review: What Parsifal Saw

    Review: What Parsifal Saw0

    What Parsifal Saw Ron Rege Jr. (Writer & Artist) Fantagraphics Books March 2017 Fantagraphics provided a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. In his previous collected work, Cartoon Utopia, Ron Rege Jr. suggested that readers read the book like a textbook. Not necessarily in sequential order. Looking for bits and pieces

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  • Red Carpet Heroes: Kicking Ass & Wearing Heels Vol. 2

    Red Carpet Heroes: Kicking Ass & Wearing Heels Vol. 20

    Just about anything with Emma Frost looking her diva best is going to make me pause, which is how I stumbled upon Chris Panda. I wanna badly one day to draw an Emma frost comics just to make her the best of outfits #fashionheroes pic.twitter.com/YnTpYWD9YF — Chris Panda (@ChrisPandArt) March 22, 2017 Continue scrolling through

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  • Shindo: Returning to the Scene of the Review

    Shindo: Returning to the Scene of the Review0

    The first time I reviewed Saso Akira’s Shindo I was a third of the way through it and uncomfortably conflicted. Crunchyroll files this title as a romance, which is how I found it. As I read on, it became clear that the main characters were a boy in his late teens and a girl who was

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  • Baroque Pop: Graphic Lives of the Young and Beautiful

    Baroque Pop: Graphic Lives of the Young and Beautiful0

    “Lana Del Rey once said ‘Doing what you love is freedom. Loving what you do is happiness.’ It’s interesting how those twelve little words perfectly sum up the entirety of why artists endure and struggle and create. But one word from that statement stands out above the rest: love. Love has driven countless people to

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