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From Bayou to Abyss: Examining John Constantine, HellblazerSequart Releases From Bayou to Abyss: Examining John Constantine, Hellblazer

Sequart is proud to announce the publication of From Bayou to Abyss: Examining John Constantine, Hellblazer, edited by Rich Handley and Lou Tambone. British occultist John Constantine elevated Alan Moore’s Swamp Thing, and it wasn’t long before… [more]

Green Lantern image 5Green Lantern’s Burden: Re-Evaluating the Superhero Genre’s ‘Woke’ Moment

At the turn of the new decade, as the euphoric epoch of the 1960s finally withered away, the symbols of American optimism took on new burdens and new crises. The superheroes of the 1970s, now… [more]

Zenith_book_1With Great Power Comes Great Career Opportunities: A Character Study of Grant Morrison and Steve Yeowell’s Zenith

Colin Smith makes some valid points in his article “He’s Not a Super-Hero, He’s Not Even a Very Naughty Boy: The Case Against Grant Morrison and Steve Yeowell’s Zenith”. Zenith isn’t a superhero. That’s the… [more]

New Avengers 1Jonathan Hickman’s New Avengers #1: Memento Mori

If Jonathan Hickman’s Avengers #1 begins with a creation story, his New Avengers starts out with a less hopeful proclamation: “Everything Dies.” Hickman’s New Avengers #1 opens with a one-page prologue providing a recap of… [more]

Avengers 3Jonathan Hickman’s Avengers #3: The Garden

Jonathan Hickman’s Avengers run consists of multiple mini-arcs that all build and culminate with Secret Wars. Avengers #3 is the action-filled climax and the culmination of his first arc. On Mars, readers are treated to… [more]

Sequart logo#StayHome with Sequart

We know the current crisis is taxing for everyone, and we all could use a little joy while we stay home. Sequart would like to help, in our own small way. So beginning this Wednesday,… [more]

Doom Patrol Roque 1There is Another World: Postmodernism and Identity in Grant Morrison’s Doom Patrol

Grant Morrison’s run on Doom Patrol is certainly not an easy book to recommend. On the surface, it’s a very dense work with dozens of different literary references hiding in every corner, and it can… [more]

Judge Dredd Apocalypse WarJudge Dredd and the Rise of the Police State

The dystopian science fiction film Dredd (2012), starring Karl Urban as the titular Judge Dredd and Olivia Thirlby as his rookie-in-training Psi Judge Anderson, adapts the popular British comic strip character originally serialized in 2000AD… [more]

Joker PresentingSend in the Clowns: Todd Phillips’s Joker

Coulrophobia. A fear of clowns. It’s kind of an ironic fear when you consider the idea that clowns are humanity’s way of making fun of its own mortality. For the longest time, I actually thought… [more]