Magazine Archives for:

April 2008

final crisisBe Afraid, Be Very Afraid…

Editor’s Note: The irony is thick with this essay. It was written a few days ago, but with news of the DC-related story reported within the past day by The New York Daily News, it… [more]

page from Arkham AsylumGrant Morrison: From the Asylum to the Star

Grant Morrison has been one of the three most influential writers working in mainstream comics over the last 20 years (the other two being Alan Moore and Neil Gaiman).

countdownCountdown to Final Crisis #1

So, here it is then. After a year of issues (52 weeklies!), we’ve finally reached the end only to find out that it’s time to get on an entirely new train next week. But maybe… [more]

Amy RacecarAmy Racecar and the Question of Gender: Women in Action-Based Comics

I was having a lot of difficulty in trying to write my first article about such a prickly subject as women and their perception and relation to sequential art, comics and graphic novels specifically.

Teenagers from the Future: Essays on the Legion of Super-HeroesSequart at NYCC

Sequart Research & Literacy Organization will be at the New York Comic-Con, 18-20 April 2008, at the Jacob Javits Center in NYC. Check it out at table #2445.

JessicaFarmCoverNewDreams, Nightmares & Visions: Haunted, Jessica Farm & Funeral of the Heart

In this article, we’ll be looking at three comics that deal with the life of the mind and the delights & terrors within. First up is Phillipe Dupuy’s HAUNTED, a book that’s part dream journal… [more]