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Heroes vs. Watchmen

After watching Heroes last night, I am struck by some similarities in the story line as Alan Moore’s Watchmen. Anyone else notice this? (PS. If you are a fan of the show, I highly recommend Watchmen. It’s not a typical superhero type story – although it revolves around superheroes – it presents a darker, more […]

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Oeming’s Six

Over the weekend I picked up the graphic novel Six, initially compelled by the strong graphic style of the cover – heavy black and white against green. As it turns out the story matches the tone of the art – very noir. It’s a little bit Matrix, a little bit Walking Life, with dreams, aliens […]

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Fantagraphics & Beasts

As a child I spent a lot of time with the Peanuts gang. A lot. No really, just ask my parents. So when Fantagraphics started re-publishing the entire Peanuts series I was extremely excited. Fantagraphics is one of those unsung heroes of the publishing world. The material released is alway interesting and of high quality […]

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Comics on MySpace

Apparently Myspace just launched a new comic book community, and the folks over at Mashable were discussing if this news would be the beginning of the end for the newly formed ComicSpace.  The battle for Web2.0 comic supremacy wages on. In related news, Jessa at Bookslut tipped us off to The Nerve’s 20 comics that […]

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Takemiya’s To Terra

Publisher’s Weekly is reporting that Keiko Takemiya classic sci-fi graphic novel To Terra is being released at the New York Comic-con. Very cool. (via Bookslut)

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