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INDIE VIEW: ‘Anastasia’ turns the misogyny of film history into a...

Anastasia is a Lynchian story of early Hollywood.

INDIE VIEW: ‘Desolation Wilderness’ and ‘Kingdom of the Blind’ exude patience

John Seven reviews 'Desolation Wilderness' and 'Kingdom of the Blind'

INDIE VIEW: Women making their marks in ‘Aurora Borealice’ and ‘Nhun...

John Seven reviews 'Aurora Borealice' and 'Nhun the Huntress'

INDIE VIEW: War stays personal in ‘The Bugle Boy’ and ‘The...

John Seven reviews 'The Bugle Boy' By Alexandre Clérisse and 'The Secret Voice Volume One' By Zack Soto

INDIE VIEW: Telling women’s stories in ‘Colored’ and ‘Future Corpse’

John Seven reviews 'Colored: The Unsung Life of Claudette Colvin' and 'Future Corpse'

INDIE VIEW: A sublime food fight in ‘Yasmina and the Potato...

John Seven reviews "Yasmina and The Potato Eaters Part 1" By Wauter Mannaert

INDIE VIEW: Searching for the wrong thing in ‘The Perineum Technique’

John Seven reviews 'The Perineum Technique' by Florent Ruppert and Jérôme Mulot

INDIE VIEW: Throwbacks to manly adventures in ‘Black Hammer ’45’ and...

Black Hammer ’45 #1 Written by Ray Fawkes Illustrated by Matt Kindt Colored by Sharlene Kindt Lettered by Marie Enger Either as inspiration from or competition with the Big...

INDIE VIEW: Manly tropes deconstructed and scrutinized in ‘The Art of...

The Art of Dying Written by Raule Illustrated by Philippe Berthet Europe Comics Prolific Spanish writer Raule crafted this story especially for French noir legend Bethet, and the...

INDIE VIEW: Children adrift in ‘Girl in the Bay,’ ‘Lollipop Kids,’...

John Seven reviews The Girl in the Bay #1, The Lollipop Kids #3, and Malaterre.