• IDW Pubwatch February 2020

    IDW Pubwatch February 20200

    Welcome to the February IDW Pubwatch! I couldn’t be more excited to share my finds with you. It’s been a busy month at IDW and I’ve got all the top news coming out of the publishing house, as well as tons of IDW comic book reviews. Plus, I have a selection of my favourite covers

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  • The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: The Tempest Is a Stormy Finale

    The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: The Tempest Is a Stormy Finale0

    The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: The Tempest #1 Alan Moore (writer), Kevin O’Neill (artist), Ben Dimagmaliw (colorist), Todd Klein (letterer) Knockabout Comics (U.K.) & Top Shelf Comics (U.S.) July 11, 2018 With the six-issue mini-series The Tempest, writer Alan Moore and artist Kevin O’Neill are planning to put an end not only to their ambitious,

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  • Previously On Comics: March, America, and more

    Previously On Comics: March, America, and more0

    Hello and welcome again to another edition of Previously on Comics! If you’re like me, you haven’t been paying attention to much of anything in the world of comics, because the U.S. election, #NoDAPL, American Thanksgiving, and of course, the Gilmore Girls Netflix revival, among other distractions. Luckily, there have been some great news posts

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  • It’s Porn, But Is It Art? A Lost Girls Retrospective

    It’s Porn, But Is It Art? A Lost Girls Retrospective0

    Content Warning: Discussions of sex, rape, and pedophilia. It’s hard to believe it’s been a decade since the release of Alan Moore and Melinda Gebbie’s Lost Girls—and all the controversy that came with it. Part an attempt to elevate pornography as a genre of storytelling, part a celebration of love and beauty in the face

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  • Review: March: Book Two – A Bigger, Longer Walk

    Review: March: Book Two – A Bigger, Longer Walk1

    March: Book Two John Lewis, Andrew Aydin (writers), Nate Powell (artist) Top Shelf Productions January 15, 2015 Disclaimer: This book was reviewed using a free digital review copy provided by Top Shelf Productions. If you have recently heard Congressman John Lewis speak, than his voice will probably play in your head while reading this: confident, with the

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  • 2015 Ignatz Award Nominees

    2015 Ignatz Award Nominees0

    If the Eisner Awards are akin to the Academy Awards of the comics world, then the Ignatz Awards, presented at the annual Small Press Expo, is akin to the Sundance Film Festival. You’ll see some of the same professionals you see in mainstream comics (and many you haven’t…yet), but these projects are different. They’re innovative. Personal.

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