Omaha Perez is an interesting writer, so when he has two graphic novels come out in the same year, you can bet I’ll take a look at both of them!
It’s time to review some trade paperbacks and prose books! Strap in!
We’re living in a golden age of comic book reprints, but there are still a few classics that have been unfairly neglected. John has a few suggestions.
Cerebus in Hell? 0 reviewed by mega Cerebus fan Travis
Chew ends this week, so I take a look at the series, what it meant to me, and how I got to know John Layman, its writer.
I recently re-read the two-volume edition of American Flagg! jointly published by Image and Dynamic Forces in 2008, which reprints issues 1-14, and it holds up surprisingly well. It’s also surprisingly relevant in today’s political climate. Aside from being alarmingly prescient, it’s a perfect illustration of one of my adages, “satire is prophecy.”
Mega Princess 1 is a comic book that makes me want to have kids for the sole reason of being able to introduce them to comics with this book. It’s that good.