Magazine Archives for:

February 2007

The Four Immigrants MangaThe Four Immigrants Manga: A Japanese Experience in San Francisco, 1904-1924

I finally got around to reading THE FOUR IMMIGRANTS MANGA and it kind of made me feel guilty for all the time I wasted reading old school Iron Man comics with the ads for Hubba… [more]

Batman #663 (Apr 2007)Batman #663: “The Clown at Midnight”

Batman #663 has already generated much commentary and consternation around the world with its prosaic depiction of the Caped Crusader.

Fell 7Fell #7

Finally! Issue #7 comes out! Yay! Fell! You know, as this book really only comes out every so never, they don’t even bother putting the date on the cover. But hey, it’s still worth it.… [more]

2270_50541518394_8473_nBe a Better Customer

For nearly a year now I’ve been writing these articles, sharing with fellow Sequart readers what it is like being a comic book store owner. In some articles I rant, in others I give advice.… [more]

The DestructorDiggin’ Up Gold! #1

The Story of Atlas/Seaboard Comics The roots of the company now known as Atlas/Seaboard Comics can be seen as far back the summer of 1968. That was when Marvel Comics founder Martin Goodman sold Marvel… [more]

52 3752 Week Thirty-Seven

The following are my comments on this issue, as directed towards the readers (and writer) of Douglas Wolk’s excellent site 52-pickup. The Gauntlet: Kara must have delivered it to Bats after her other self kicked… [more]

SavageDragon131Savage Dragon (second series) #131

I must say Battleaxe is hot! Well, so is She-Dragon. Savage Dragon has been through many adventures and I can see how he has a hard time keeping them straight. The story in Savage Dragon… [more]

51t3ii+b1qL._SY300_The Sequart Detective: A Matter of Justice, Part 9

THE SEQUART DETECTIVE: A MATTER OF JUSTICE Analysis #9: Reviewing the first half of Justice #5. My name is unimportant. What’s important is…I’m a detective. WARNING: Not only does this article contain spoilers for the… [more]