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Beasts of Burden: Animal Rites Review

Beasts of Burden: Animal Rites Review

I hate dogs. I’m not an animal lover overall, but dogs, in particular, bug me. They’re kind of dumb, and their loyalty feels false, as

Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic Review 2

Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic Review

Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic by Alison Bechdel is a memoire that charts her fraught relationship with her late father. Bruce Bechdel was an English

Amulet Book 1: The Stonekeeper Review 2

Amulet Book 1: The Stonekeeper Review

The award-winning Amulet series, written and drawn by Kazu Kibuishi, begins when Emily, her brother Navin, and her mother are transported to an alternate reality

Ghostopolis Review 2

Ghostopolis Review

Ghotopolis, written and drawn by Doug TenNapel, presents a story that deals with familial love, mortality, humanity, and the things that tie us all together.

AEIOU: AN EASY INTIMACY Review 2

AEIOU: AN EASY INTIMACY Review

AEIOU: Any Easy Intimacy by Jeffrey Brown presents the final chapter in Brown’s “Girlfriend Trilogy” and continues to explore the subtleties of relationships examined in

SCOTT PILGRIM GETS IT TOGETHER Review 2

SCOTT PILGRIM GETS IT TOGETHER Review

Scott Pilgrim is a 23-year-old man-boy. The term “man-boy” may be harsh, but what else can you call a chronically unemployed adult who lives off

The Fate of the Artist Review 2

The Fate of the Artist Review

The Fate of the Artist by Eddie Campbell is a pseudo-autobiography in which Eddie Campbell has vanished without a trace. Through family members, found items,

Skullkickers, Issue 1 Review 3

Skullkickers, Issue 1 Review

The end of September saw the launch of a new comic series. Skullkickers, written by Jim Zubkavich, combines a mix of fantasy, action-comedy, and badass

THEREFORE, REPENT! Review 2

THEREFORE, REPENT! Review

Therefore, Repent! has a concept like none other. In it, the Rapture has occurred and those left back on Earth must pick up the pieces

X’ED OUT: VOLUME 1 Review 2

X’ED OUT: VOLUME 1 Review

Doug wakes up to find his long-dead cat, Inky, beckoning to a hole that has appeared in the wall of his room. He follows him

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