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Year of the Artist, Day 48: Marshall Rogers, Part 4 – Justice League Europe #20

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Every day this year, I will be examining the artwork on a single comic book story. Today’s artist is Marshall Rogers, and the issue is Justice League Europe #20, which was published by DC and is cover dated November 1990. Enjoy!
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Trade paperbacks, older editions, and miscellaneous for April 2013

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“And for a while things were cold / They were scared down in their holes / The forest that once was green / Was coloured black by those killing machines”
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Comics You Should Own – Secret Six

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She has a lot of career left, but at this point, this has to be Gail Simone’s masterpiece, right?
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Frantic as a cardiograph scratching out the lines, Day 280: Secret Origins #48

Every day this year, I will be examining the first pages of random comics. This month (for a while) I will be showing pages chosen by you, the readers. Today’s page is from Secret Origins #48, which was published by DC and is cover dated April 1990. This page was suggested by commenter The Crazed Spruce, but I couldn’t run it on the day he wanted me to. Sorry, sir! Enjoy!
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Frantic as a cardiograph scratching out the lines, Day 210: Ambush Bug Nothing Special

Every day this year, I will be examining the first pages of random comics. Today’s page is from Ambush Bug Nothing Special, which was published by DC and is cover dated September 1992. Enjoy!
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Frantic as a cardiograph scratching out the lines, Day 89: Justice League America #48

Every day this year, I will be examining the first pages of random comics. Today’s page is from Justice League America #48, which was published by DC and is cover dated March 1991. Enjoy!
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Committed: “Director’s Cut” Comic Books

With all of the luxury, hard cover reprints of comic books, why is it so rare to see  any involvement by the original authors? And why isn’t this more of a selling point, as it would be with movies when directors, writers and actors assemble to create a the “special features” on DVDs? As I begin to look at my books with a more critical eye, I can see that in many instances, collected reprints often aren’t any better than the original comic books. Continue Reading »

Comics You Should Own flashback – Dr. Fate #1-4; #1-24

Hey, look! It’s the last of the old posts that I need to move to this blog! That must mean the archives will no longer have dead links! Huzzah!
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Comics You Should Own flashback – Defenders #46-50

Let’s go old school, people, to the days when Greg Hatcher roamed the spinner racks and bought stuff like this and LOVED it! Yes, it’s a flashback to … the Seventies!!!!!
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Box of Comics: February 2010

This month, every comic I bought revealed shocking political statements underneath the four-color face-kicking! What madness is this!?

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Scenes from a Box of Comics: Part the First

It’s been quite a while, but it’s time once again for the world’s most behind-the-times comics reviews! We’ll start with a couple of reviews that had been sitting in the “Drafts” folder for a few months, and then launch into some reviews that are considerably more up-to-date– but not too up-to-date. I have a reputation to uphold.

Beneath the fold: Ambush Bug, Atomic Robo, Batman and Robin, Doom Patrol, and MarkAndrew’s personal favorite, Joe the Barbarian.

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Comics You Should Own – Justice League Europe #1-28

Hey, it’s a spin-off … just like Joanie Loves Chachi!
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Box of Comics: August 2009

How hopelessly late am I this time? Not too much, I hope. (Place your bets on how many semi-colons I use in this post!) At least I review some stuff that I haven’t seen reviewed much around the internets. Well, aside from that one comic. You know the one.

Inside: The most awesome comic ever printed! The strangest Bat-villain of them all! The biggest letdown of the month! The latest Apparat novella from Internet Jesus himself! And an overlooked new launch from a young upstart publisher! (See anything you like? Buy it at HeavyInk, and/or pre-order the next one at DCBS!)

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