Kyle reviews a must-read issue of the Caped Crusader
I write a lot about contemporary art, and one of the areas that I find so many people get hung-up about is meaning. That is, the specific meaning of a specific piece of art, and also, the general idea that a piece of art must have a meaning. People find it hard to fathom that […]
Alex reviews this week’s DC Comics!
Superhero comics promise a certain amount of action and personal drama based on the idea that anyone who would become a superhero would put themselves out there. Not so Coco Picard’s Fortuna, the focus of The Chronicles Of Fortune. The alter ego of Edith-May — though there is often little distinction between them beyond a […]
Ava has been haunted all her life by a demon only she can see. Since birth, the demon has committed petty acts of cruelty on meek Ava by possessing her at inopportune times, distancing Ava from any friends or companionship. Ava has never understood why she is cursed, but when her planet is blown up […]
Reviews of this week’s Marvel titles! Welcome to the Secret Empire!
Kyle returns from overseas to discuss the latest chapter of “The Button” and what’s new in Green Lanterns.
You’re not likely to come out of a Cathy Malkasian book without being spooked by something you can’t quite put your finger on even though it lingers and gets you a little bit down. Malkasian has cornered the market on gloomy, apocalyptic parables that don’t make you feel so great about humankind even as you […]
First Second, publishers of “great graphic novels for every reader”, have just released today the story of Spill Zone. Written by New York Times bestselling author Scott Westerfeld and illustrated by Alex Puvilland, this graphic novel follows that of a young woman named Addison who must provide for herself and her younger sister ever since […]
Alex reviews this week’s DC comics!