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Reading Comics Can Give You Comfort; Here Are Just A Few Choices

A lot of us are in need of a little comfort and escape right now, which is hard for some with social isolation. But...

I’d Buy That For A Dollar: SLASH MARAUD #1 (November 1987)

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Review: JOIN THE FUTURE #1 Invites You Into One Thought-Provoking World

AfterShock Comics' latest sci-fi title, Join The Future by Zack Kaplan, Piotr Kowalski, Brad Simpson and Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou, is another great book by this...

On Reading the 1st Year of Li’l Abner: Li’l Abner’s Villains

Whether Capp's pastiche is accurate or not is open to interpretation, but none can deny its charm or Capp's obvious devotion to his subject.

Review: QUARTER KILLER #4 Raises Its Narrative Volume, Rythms, And Beats

ComiXology Original Quarter Killer by Vita Alaya, Danny Lore, Jamie Jones, and Ryan Ferrier reaches its penultimate chapter with a fourth issue that ratches...

On Reading the 1st Year of Li’l Abner: Mammy and Pappy Yokum

In addition to being Abner's moral compass, Mammy is a force unto herself. In just one year publication, Mammy settles a fraud dispute, exposes graft in a local beauty contest — which she ends up winning herself — settles a multi-million-dollar adoption dispute, rescues her husband from being tortured, and cooks about a billion po'k chops.

On Reading the 1st Year of Al Capp’s Li’l Abner: Meet the Yokums

Li'l Abner may be gigantic, but he doesn't get violent often. His mammy taught him to use his head first and his fists as a last resort. Rest assured that if Abner has to "smack yo' 'round a bit," then yo' deserve it.

Meet the Yokums: Al Capp – On Reading the First Year of Li’l Abner

Although in the early years Capp used Li'l Abner as a means to lampoon stuffed-shirt conservatives, whether from the north or the south, as the character and Capp aged Li'l Abner developed a decidedly more conservative tone.

I’d Buy That For A Dollar: SPAWN #10 (May 1993)

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I’d Buy That For A Dollar: COMICS SCENE MAGAZINE #25 (April 1991)

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I’d Buy That For A Dollar: THE SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN #148 (March 1986)

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I’d Buy That For A Dollar: EAGLE #1 (September 1986)

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Review: MALL #4 Is Filled With Action and Revelations

Vault's Mall #4 by Michael Moreci, Gary Dauberman, Zac Hartong, Addison Duke and Jim Campbell brings the title to its penultimate chapter in an...

I’d Buy That For A Dollar: LOBO INFANTICIDE #3 (December 1992)

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Interview: Tom Scioli on Marvel Comics’ FANTASTIC FOUR: GRAND DESIGN

Tom Scioli’s Fantastic Four: Grand Design is one of Marvel Comics' most exciting projects of 2019 (check out our review of issue one). In...

I’d Buy That For A Dollar: NEW MUTANTS #22 (December 1984)

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I’d Buy That For A Dollar – ‘X-FORCE #8 and WHISPER #8

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Review: DEADLY CLASS #41- Reunions and Ruminations

Image's Deadly Class by Rick Remender, Wes Craig, Jordan Boyd and Rus Wooton continues to be one of the best books in the medium...

Review: FANTASTIC FOUR: GRAND DESIGN Crackles With Comic Book Joy

With Fantastic Four: Grand Design, indie comics sensation Tom Scioli brings his unique and idiosyncratic style to the very start of Marvel Universe in...

Where You Forget It’s Just Lines on Paper: LOVE AND ROCKETS Co-Creator Jaime Hernandez At MICE

Jaime Hernandez, co-creator of Love and Rockets, spoke about his love of women, wrestling, comic books, punk rock, and Dennis the Menace—and how it...