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Frantic as a cardiograph scratching out the lines, Day 271: The Bulletproof Coffin #6

Every day this year, I will be examining the first pages of random comics. Today’s page is from The Bulletproof Coffin #6, which was published by Image and is cover dated December 2010. This scan is from the trade paperback, which was published in April 2011. Enjoy!
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What I bought – 12 September 2012

He was mingling with people who treated human flesh as pigment, life and death as a canvas, the human spine as an easel, and he could not for the life of him look away from it with all of his being: with most of it, yes, but not with the peeping bit of him. (Paul West*, from The Women of Whitechapel and Jack the Ripper)

This is one of the best covers of the year so far There is nothing not awesome about this! You will conform, comrade! Cal's slacks look awfully fancy What is this strange artifact? Iconic! Hey, look, it's back! Oh my dear sweet Jeebus I'm quoted on the back of this book, so you know it's awesome! Come on, son, you don't hold your weapon like that! The last two Season One books have at least LOOKED phenomenal Clones!  They're everywhere! I can't stay mad at DC when they drop shit like this on us!
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Committed: 33 Comic Books I Read in 2010

People do a lot of year end reviews, but I never have. This week I was forced to confront a year of reading all at once when I decided to clear the growing pile of comic books next to my bed. Continue Reading »

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 »

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