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Committed: 3 New Books About Amazing Teens – Moonhead, Street Angel, & The Shadow Hero

With Comic-Con International beginning today, I thought I’d recommend a few new books for you to look out for, specifically Moonhead and the Music Machine by Andrew Rae, Street Angel by Jim Rugg and Brian Maruca, and The Shadow Hero by Gene Luen Yang and Sonny Liew. These are all books which might appeal to new comic book readers, so if you’re attending the convention you might consider bringing one back as a gift to get your loved ones excited about the medium… Or if you’re stuck at home, these should impart a little of the variety and excitement in new comic books coming out now.

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Sunday Brunch: 9/12/10

The biggest Brunch ever? Quite possibly. All the news that’s fit to pimp!

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Box of Comics: The Man with the Getaway Face, Rambo 3.5

The biggest and littlest comics I bought this past month– together at last!

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Committed: Genre-Bending vs. Heart-Breaking

062310_BulletproofLately I’ve inadvertently been reading one beautifully crafted comic book after another. It took a step outside of these current works to make me understand the different between reading intellectually interesting, genre-bending comic books, and the fundamentally satisfying intimacy of reading a well-crafted comic book. Continue Reading »

Sunday Brunch: 5/9/10

This week’s episode of Sunday Brunch is like buying a gallon of skim milk instead of a quart of whole. So you get all the fatty comments from me cut off, but a whole lot of comics nutrients. Something like that, anyway.

QUESTION OF THE WEEK: If Batman was a flower, what flower would Batman be?

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A review a day: One Model Nation

It’s Jim Rugg! And late-1970s German politics! That’s pure gold, right?
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Sunday Brunch: 10/4/09

Thrown together at the last minute! Would you have it any other way?

QUESTION OF THE WEEK: What’s the best first issue you ever read?

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