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Louie Hlad

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Louie is a freelance writer, editor, and desert dweller. He manages TimeIsBroken.com where he writes about comics, meditation and football. When he's not reading Green Lantern, he is likely to be found crying over the Cleveland Browns.

DC ROUND-UP: Hill House brings the creepy with DAPHNE BYRNE #1

THIS WEEK: If you like scary (and who doesn't?), here's a look at two of the new Hill House horror comics -- Daphne Byrne...

MINT CONDITION: Art Spiegelman’s Maus (1980)

We all have gaps in our pop culture knowledge, those omissions that elicit gasps from our fellow funnybook connoisseurs. For me, those gaps are...

DC ROUND-UP: Six things that DOOMSDAY CLOCK accomplished

THIS WEEK: The final issue of Doomsday Clock hits the shelves and rocks the multiverse. Also, one last look at Tom King's Batman run....

MINT CONDITION: Peter David’s The Incredible Hulk (1987)

We all have gaps in our pop culture knowledge, those omissions that elicit gasps from our fellow funnybook connoisseurs. For me, those gaps are...

DC ROUND-UP: The INFINITE CRISIS, now with more Beetle!

THIS WEEK: Served with a twist! First up, the Dark Multiverse's version of Infinite Crisis includes a pissed off (and not dead) Blue Beetle...

MINT CONDITION: Love & Rockets: Locas (1982)

We all have gaps in our pop culture knowledge, those omissions that elicit gasps from our fellow funnybook connoisseurs. For me, those gaps are...

DC ROUND-UP: One of the 52 universes is wiped out in...

THIS WEEK: Harley Quinn takes a madcap trip through an infinity of crises; meanwhile, the Justice League are trying to have a serious crisis...

DC ROUND-UP: SUPERMAN YEAR ONE Reveals a Surprise Connection to Dark...

THIS WEEK:  The final issue of Superman Year One shows that it has a sudden and direct connection to the rest of Frank Miller's...

MINT CONDITION: Erik Larsen’s Savage Dragon (1992)

We all have gaps in our pop culture knowledge, those omissions that elicit gasps from our fellow funnybook connoisseurs. For me, those gaps are...

DC ROUND-UP: Black Label’s HARLEEN #1 is a Girl-Meets-Boy for Psychopaths

Featuring a Harley Quinn minus all the Deadpool.

MINT CONDITION: Gerry Conway’s Spider-Man (1972)

This version of Spider-Man is a hard-luck hero who just keeps fighting.

DC ROUND-UP: Lots of Questions in Lois Lane #3 (and that’s...

Greg Rucka takes on the world of investigative journalism