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Graphic Content: Daytripper

Graphic Content: Daytripper

Daytripper, drawn and written by Brazilian twins Fábio Moon and Gabriel Bá, is the first mini-series I remember buying and reading in its entirety. Each issue of the ten-issue arc…

Graphic Content: Strangers in Paradise

Graphic Content: Strangers in Paradise

If anything, I’ve learned you can’t always go home… you can’t always be warm inside. That without love, we’re never more than strangers in paradise! The first volume of the…

Graphic Content: An Occult Doctor and One Hot Witch

Graphic Content: An Occult Doctor and One Hot Witch

Trigger warning: discussion of sexual assault. Witch Doctor: The Resuscitation is the second miniseries by Brandon Seifert and Lukas Ketner featuring the adventures of Dr. Vincent Morrow, occult physician extraordinaire.…

Graphic Content: Misanthropy and a Picture Book

Graphic Content: Misanthropy and a Picture Book

I’d like to welcome everyone back with some jaded misanthropy and a picture book. I received this week’s books for Christmas back home and both were excellent, though not quite…

Graphic Content: Confronting Issues in Comics

Graphic Content: Confronting Issues in Comics

It’s a Bird… owes its title to the classic exclamation of Superman spotters everywhere (“It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s Superman!”), and on one hand is a dissection of…

Graphic Content: Our Love is Real!

Graphic Content: Our Love is Real!

Music Magic 1) No boy singers 2) You must dance 3) No magic These are the three rules that govern indie night in The Single’s Club, the second trade of…

Graphic Content: Animal Man and Infinite Vacation

Graphic Content: Animal Man and Infinite Vacation

      I realized I could make more of a difference educating people on animal rights than I could by punching out a super villain, you know? It was…

Graphic Content: New School, New Shop

Graphic Content: New School, New Shop

Wednesday. Know what that means? New comic book day. Or at least that’s what it has meant for me for the past year and a half. In fact, other freshmen…