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The 10 Greatest Superhero Graphic Novels

Now that I’ve given the 10 greatest graphic novels in general, here are perhaps the 10 greatest superhero ones (in no particular order). Zot! (black & white) by Scott McCloud The Bulletproof Coffin by David Hine & Shaky Kane All-Star … Continue reading

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The 10 Greatest Graphic Novels

So, for the curious, here is my list of the 10 greatest graphic novels of all time in no particular order: Maus by Art Spiegelman Fun Home by Alison Bechdel MW by Osamu Tezuka The Sculptor by Scott McCloud From … Continue reading

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The Merits of “Commitment”

My friend Bob Garlick, marketer and half the brains behind the Bunker Project social media podcast, lent me a very interesting business book: Commitment by Olav Maassen and Chris Matt and illustrated by Chris Geary. It’s a business book… that’s … Continue reading

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Review of “American Mary”

It’s a sad fact that fantasy, science fiction, horror, the genres of pure imagination, have become so entrenched in conventions, expectations, and cliché that it’s rare to find a production that’s really something new. There’s only so many shambling zombie … Continue reading

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