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.
Despite some inconsistencies and a plot-hole or two, HBO’s much talked-about sequel to the Watchmen graphic novel is still well worth watching.
Back in 1982, I read two issues of an indie super-hero book, the Justice Machine, which absolutely enthralled me. Recently I re-read the entire original run – I was not as impressed…
For my contribution to the countless recommendations for how to pass the time in the self-isolation dictated by the current pandemic, I took the opportunity to recommend the complete works of Alan Brennert.
A not-quite rebuttal to the assertion by fellow AJSer Greg Burgas that you *should* own Avengers Forever.