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Comics Review: “Walter Simonson’s Ragnarok”

Alert: This is a comic you'll be talking about 20 years from now....

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Confessions of a Comics Shop Junkie, No. 75

Johnny B's finally back with some reviews of recent comics and graphic novels, including Paul Grist's Mudman!...

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Confessions of a Comics Shop Junky, No. 66

Since we’re dealing, at least at first, with a retro series I figured I’d use the retro spelling…so welcome once more to...

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Confessions of a Comics Shop Junkie, No. 64

Hello and welcome to my online comics confessional, in which I attempt to enlighten you about various comic book and graphic...

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Confessions of a Comics Shop Junkie, No. 59

Hello and welcome once more to Confessions of a Comics Shop Junkie, in which I make with the opinions and stuff and junk on comics and...

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Confessions of a Comics Shop Junkie, No. 55

Time once more for CoaCSJ, in which I opine upon a handful of recent comics and graphic novel releases, most of which should be just a...

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Confessions of a Comics Shop Junkie, No. 50

Here we go again with Confessions of a Comics Shop Junkie, in which I opine on various recently released publications of the sequential...

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Confessions of a Comics Shop Junkie, No. 46: Best of 2010 Edition

Yep, like the title says, it’s time for me to do that list-making thing that we internet pundits do so love to do. And, as I always...

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Confessions of a Comics Shop Junkie, No. 44

In case you were keeping score, you’re right, I skipped last week thanks to a very busy Thanksgiving week in which I just plain old...

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Comics Review: “The Outfit”

Sometimes it’s not the story itself but how the story is told that counts. In The Outfit, Darwyn Cooke doesn’t let himself be hemmed in...

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Comic Review: “The Man With the Getaway Face”

I don’t know many comics that actually smolder.  Beginning with the cover of Parker: The Man With The Getaway Face, as we barely see...

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Confessions of a Comics Shop Junkie, No. 8: “Doom Patrol,” “The Twelve,” and More

Time once more for Confessions of a Comics Shop Junkie, in which I attempt to spotlight several works of sequential graphic storytelling...