Temperance by Cathy Malkasian is a quirky graphic novel that explores the relationship between the concepts of war and security, and freedom and trust. The
It’s like Garfield minus Garfield minus Jon plus bunnies plus suicide. Rumored to be on the coffee tables of depressed literary luminaries in their last
What would it be like if Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ezra Pound, and James Joyce were four struggling cartoonists living in Paris? Add to
One thing I’ve noticed with Robert Kirkman’s writing is that he seems to mostly portray female characters in fairly stereotypical roles. For the most part,
While I still enjoyed reading The Walking Dead, it seemed like the writing suffered some in this volume. There are rough transitions between scenes, and
The first one was so good, (thanks for the birthday present) that I’ve ordered two more off Amazon. Shipped today; can’t wait to read them.
I’d heard of The Walking Dead, but haven’t read any comics for quite a few years. My source for comic books had always been my
I’m surprised I hadn’t come across, Blankets, by Craig Thompson a few years back. As far as the story goes, it’s a coming of age,