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reviewed Black Orchid. January 26, 2003
Black Orchid
I picked this up for three dollars at a remainder fair in Denver while I was there for Anaconism, and read it on the plane coming home. It was a whim purchase, based solely on my good impression of Gaiman …
reviewed Batman: Year One (graphic novel). September 12, 2002
Batman: Year One, Part One
After deconstructing Batman in THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS and changing the way comics are written in the process, Frank Miller tackled the history of Batman by examining Bruce Wayne's first year as Batman …
reviewed Batman: Year One (graphic novel). April 25, 2002
Batman: Year One, Part One
Another example of a great comic book that definately isn't for kids.After the success of DARK KNIGHT we saw the sequel BATMAN YEAR ONE. I remember this one flying off the shelves at the comic store when …
reviewed Batman: The Dark Knight Returns. April 17, 2002
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns
For those of us who have been collecting and reading comics for 30 years the significance of this graphic novel in the Comic Book Genre continues to grow. As a Batman story it is one of the better "alternate …
reviewed Batman: The Killing Joke. April 10, 2002
Batman: The Killing Joke
Comic books are often dismissed by many people as having no real value. They are usually looked upon as a hobby for boys and nostalgiac entertainment for men who have never really grown up. However, comic …
reviewed Batman: The Dark Knight Returns. April 07, 2002
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns
There's a great question you can always ask someone you've just met to help break the ice: who's better Batman or Superman? Though it is so much more, THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS attempts to answer that question. …
reviewed Natural Selection. February 08, 2002
Pros: can't justify this area     Cons: the movie     The Bottom Line: If you have any viewing pride at all .... run the other way        …
reviewed Batman: The Killing Joke. September 20, 2001
Batman: The Killing Joke
The team of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbon, who combined to hit a grand slam with the now seminal graphic novel, Watchman, regrouped shortly after that and produced this examination of Batman. It's shorter, …
Stardust (novel)
"Stardust" won the Mythpoeic Award for best adult fairy tale. After all, fairy tales are not just for kids. And they're not for wimpy adults, either. Just read "The Hard Facts of the Grimms' Fairy Tales" …
reviewed Witch. February 18, 2000
Pros: Fascinating talent, amazing parody skills, witty, engaging and intellectual writing     Cons: Too short, and Peter Bagge's introduction is humiliating for all concerned     …
Creepy Susie: And 13 Other Tragic Tales for
Pros: Biting humor, bizarre scenarios     Cons: Adult situation alluded to, minimal bad language.     Creepy Susie And 13 Other Tragic Tales for Troubled Children …
reviewed Caricature. January 18, 2000
Pros: Brilliant stories, talented artist     Cons: Bizarrely inconsistent     A frequent critique of Daniel Clowes will involve some sort of pandering item about …
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