• Across the Ocean: Izneo Pubwatch July

    Across the Ocean: Izneo Pubwatch July0

    Welcome to the July Izneo Pubwatch! We at WWAC have been diving into the latest in European graphic novels translated into English, and I can’t wait to share with you my latest finds. There are also some exciting offers from Izneo this month that you might enjoy. As always, if you haven’t had time yet,

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  • The Whispering Dark #3 Review: Where Gods Fear to Tread

    The Whispering Dark #3 Review: Where Gods Fear to Tread0

    The Whispering Dark #3 Christofer Emgård (Writer), Tomás Aira (Artist and Colours), Mauro Mantella (Letters) Dark Horse 2 January, 2019 Chief Hannah Vance and her remaining rangers are making their way through treacherous weather and enemy-riddled territory with the help of their hostage, Erina, the young girl they spared after killing her family. Erina knows

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  • The Whispering Dark #2: The Tangled Webs We Weave

    The Whispering Dark #2: The Tangled Webs We Weave0

    The Whispering Dark #2 Christofer Emgård (Writer), Tomás Aira (Artist and Colours), Mauro Mantella (Letters) Dark Horse 21 November, 2018 A copy of this book was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. When last we saw Chief Hannah Vance and the rangers she had helped rescue, they were trapped in the

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  • The Whispering Dark #1: The Ugly Side of War

    The Whispering Dark #1: The Ugly Side of War0

    The Whispering Dark #1 Christofer Emgård (Writer), Tomás Aira (Artist and Colours), Mauro Mantella (Letters) Dark Horse 24 October, 2018 Chief Hannah Vance wasn’t sure about being sent into combat. Her plan was to become a pilot, but to do that, she first needed to be a warrant officer, so she went along with the

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  • What Heroes these White Men Are: A Look Back at M.A.S.H.

    What Heroes these White Men Are: A Look Back at M.A.S.H.1

    In 1970, director Robert Altman released a film that, despite its blatant anti-war rhetoric and heavy criticism of Cold War attitudes, would win several awards including five Academy Award nominations and an Oscar for it’s screenplay, and a designation of “culturally significant” from the Library of Congress. M.A.S.H — and the TV show that followed

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  • WarGames: The Only Winning Move Is Still Not to Play

    WarGames: The Only Winning Move Is Still Not to Play0

    WarGames is a late 20th century film that puts the lie to adults scoffing that teens care about nothing other than food, fooling around, and enjoying the latest pop culture fads. Surprise, surprise: teens don’t want to die in a nuclear holocaust either. Teens are as capable of empathy, love, regret, guilt and fear as any adult —

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