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Grant Morrison: The Early YearsGrant Morrison: The Early Years in Previews

Sequart Research & Literacy Organization is proud to annouce that the second edition of Grant Morrison: The Early Years is now available for order only through comic shops.

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.

Mutant Cinema (revised second edition)Mutant Cinema Coming Soon

Sequart’s newest book, Thomas J. McLean’s Mutant Cinema: The X-Men Trilogy from Comics to Screen, has gone to press and will be available for purchase soon. The book examines the X-Men film trilogy from the ground… [more]

Strangle/SwitchLast Chance to Support Kevin Colden

Sequart’s house artist and Xeric award winner Kevin Colden needs your help before the end of February. Kevin is a great guy who has produced our books’ covers as well as Todt Hill over at The Chemistry… [more]

Strangle/SwitchKevin Colden’s Strangle/Switch at Zuda Comics

Sequart’s own house artist, Kevin Colden, has an online comic at Zuda Comics that needs your support. Zuda Comics, as you may know, is DC’s online imprint that carries only new content. Kevin Colden’s comic,… [more]

Sequart Research & Literacy OrganizationNew Look

Yes, the organization has a new logo… and the site a new look.

Sequart Research & Literacy A 10-Year Retrospective

Earlier this week, I authored an item about how Sequart is celebrating its ten-year anniversary. I want to use this space to expand on what I said there, giving a fuller accounting of our history.

Sequart Research & Literacy 10 Years!

Today, Sequart is celebrating 10 years online.

Sequart Research & Literacy OrganizationWhy

I’ve been writing about comics since the early days of the internet revolution in the mid-1990s. I had read comics forever, and the internet provided an opportunity to make public my examinations of the best… [more]