“Orion is Pirates of the Caribbean for the adult fantasy world.”
“It isn’t easy to write a character with 80 years of continuity while simultaneously pleasing old fans and drawing in new ones, but Will Murray does it.”
“In our hearts and minds, childhood is eternal. And so is Skippy.”
“. . . a totally unique and immersive reading experience.”
“Rick Geary is one of our best and most consistent graphic novelists. Lovers’ Lane is further proof.”
“. . . a most delectable appetizer.”
“. . . moving storytelling of the highest order.”
“. . . intense emotions . . . mental whiplash . . . a fantastic guide to recognizing the manipulative nature of addicts . . .”
“Bring ’em Back Dead is the perfect introduction to both a forgotten hero and a great writer.”
“. . . ranks among the best in an already exceptional series.”
“Did you know . . . Archie and his friends recently attended their friend Kevin Keller’s wedding . . . to another man?”
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“. . . a wonderfully triumphant bit of storytelling.”
Hoka-hey! Larry Marder’s Beanworld is back!
“Raising as many questions as it answers, The United States Constitution is not truly ‘educational,‘ but for those seeking a straightforward (for the most part) depiction of the st
“This highly recommended book in the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series will delight readers ages 8–12.”
“Government Issue: Comics for the People, 1940s–2000s is a worthwhile retrospective on how government, pop culture, and tax dollars can come together and provides informative readi
“What Mr. Waid has done is put a classic spin on a noirish, malevolent scenario for our almost infallible superheroes, making it delightfully wicked on an epic proportion.
“Mr. Geary is the sort of historian we all wanted to have in school or college: a teacher who makes history interesting and compelling. Thankfully now, we have him in graphic novel form.
“Uncut and uncensored, the artwork on display in this volume is an eye-fest rendering of nostalgia and beauty with industrial levels of malevolence in crisp black-and-white, including full-
“Craig Thompson’s Habibi is a triumphant masterwork of graphic storytelling . . .
“Authors Carrière and Yslaire masterfully blend sequential art, prose, and design sensibilities to give the reader an intimate look into the ideas and personalities behind this bloody perio
“Mr. Brown goes beyond mere personal autobiographical introspection to shine a light on matters of personal ownership, human sexual rights, and ultimately human dignity.”
Is there any part of the scientific canon that has taken greater hold of modern popular imagination than relativity?
I admit that this review was a difficult one for me to write. How do you comment on a graphic novel adaption of an Ayn Rand book without talking about Ayn Rand herself?