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Book Review: The Grand Inquisitor (Graphic Novel)

Comics (or the new proper term, graphic novels) are one area of my reviewing/writing where I wish I did more. I dabbled in editorial comics when I was a journalist (republished in a web comic collection Whales Speaking Yiddish). I've also written some web comics with spooky yet silly plots (the Grim Reaper's private life, …

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Book Review: Dear Henchmam by Hope Bolinger and Alyssa Roat

If writing a good parody is hard (and believe me, it is), writing a good follow-up to that parody is even harder. The pressure to top past work can be intense. For these reasons, I was curious but worried when I got my copy of Dear Henchman, the sequel to the hilarious superhero parody Dear …

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Why Aren’t There More Comic Books For Kids?

Like many comic books fans, I discovered comics at an early age and haven't looked back since. Surprisingly though, it took me a few years to truly enjoy comics - the first few years I found them exciting but often confusing, they were like a riddle I needed to solve. Here's why: https://www.theodysseyonline.com/arent-there-more-comic-books-kids (Article first …

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