After well over forty years, I finally got around to reading one of the earliest serious histories of American comic books.
The new book, Man-Wolf: The Complete Collection, chronicles what was almost a complete saga for this character in the 1970s
Greer Nelson’s early appearances as the Cat and Tigra are finally collected in a fantastic trade paperback, making it possible to finally scratch a forty-year itch.
Like many others, the pandemic and sheltering in place has left me with more than the usual amount of spare time. So I took the opportunity to watch a few of the many, much-hyped, new(ish) TV series.
Recently I revisited books by the late, great Octavia Butler, Parable of the Sower and Parable of the Talents, which are rather apposite reading material for our troubled times
This past summer, AWA’s Upshot Studios, in collaboration with NBC News, launched a web-comic series called COVID Chronicles, about the worldwide toll being taken by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Writer Ethan Sacks and artist Dalibor Talajić spoke to us about the project.
This used to be one of the most tantalizing itches that I wasn’t able to scratch for the longest time. I knew about the Star Hawks newspaper strip for decades, but only managed to read it once I got a hold of the gigantic complete collection book.