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SWAMP THING by Nancy A. Collins: A Nearly Forgotten Chapter

The work of southern-gothic horror novelist Nancy Collins on DC's Swamp Thing is a unique tale both in terms of the classic character and the...

Brian K. Vaughan and Tony Harris’ EX MACHINA: Where Heroism Goes to Die

Brian K. Vaughan and Tony Harris' Ex Machina ran on DC Comics' WildStorm imprint from 2004 to 2010, and sits as one of the more...

OPED: FABLES or the 150 Issue How-To on Killing Your Darlings

Thirteen years is a lot of years. One hundred and fifty issues is a lot of issues. Yet somehow, writer Bill Willingham and artist...

Longbox Legends: SWEET TOOTH – Innocence in the Time of the Apocalypse

"This is a Story." In the time surrounding the year 2010, the post-apocalypse story setting was near beaten to death by the mainstream horde of...

Review: THE DREAMING #19 – One Magical Movement

Writer Si Spurrier and artist Bilquis Evely begin the final arc of their run on The Dreaming with issue #19. This chapter offers an emotionally...

Review: A Peaceful Unmaking in THE DREAMING #17

The Dreaming #17 is one of the most poetic and emotional chapters in this story so far. In fact, it's likely one of the most...

Review: THE DREAMING #16; Deprogramming the Imagination

Writer Si Spurrier marches ever closer to the end of his stellar run on The Dreaming, and issue #16 brings forth answers to some of...

How Grant Morrison’s ANIMAL MAN Changed My Concept of What a Comic Book Could Be

The relationship between art and the artist has always been intriguing. The complicated, messy balance between self-infatuation and emotional sacrifice has perhaps never been...

How SANDMAN Changed My Concept Of What A Comic Could Be

After being drawn into comics by superheroes, Neil Gaiman's Sandman showed me how much more the medium had to offer. When I first started reading...