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A Universe in One Comic Book: Astro City (Vol. 3) #15

Last month, I excoriated issue 14 of Astro City as being well below the standard of invention and innovation Kurt Busiek has displayed in the two decades it has existed. 801 more words

Comics And Graphic Novels

Astro City: Victory

This is the 10th collection of Astro City.  As always, it is good. Kurt Busiek is the sole writer of the franchise, he owns it. Brent Anderson is the artist and Alex Ross helped to design some of the characters and did the covers. 115 more words

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Album Review: Terri Clark - 'Some Songs'

I’ve always regarded Terri Clark as one of those performers whose material frequently fell short of her potential as a peformer. In her defense, radio only seemed to want up-tempo “attitude” type songs from her — something she admittedly did quite well from the very early days of her career. 523 more words

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A Universe in One Comic Book: Astro City (Vol. 3) #14

I promised I wasn’t going to do this anymore. I wasn’t going to comment on Astro City unless I had something important to say about it. 843 more words

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Thursday, August 14th, 2014 - Beauty is in the Eye

Astro City #14

With writing by Kurt Busiek and art by Brent Anderson (and sublime covers by Alex Ross), Astro City takes modern superhero archetypes and fills them with a Golden Age-esque sense of wonder and joy. 231 more words

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Astro City #14 Review

This article was originally published at DC Infinite on August 13, 2014.

There has been no shortage of stories about the 2008 financial crisis since it first occurred. 541 more words

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