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100 Word Comic Review: 100 Bullets

100 Bullets is possibly my favourite comic book series. It is 100 issues/13 books long and I think I have read it from beginning to end at least three times. 77 more words

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He Who Laughs Last

TODAY’S PULL LIST:  BATMAN: ETERNAL #23, HAWKEYE #20, INJUSTICE YEAR TWO #23, MS. MARVEL #8

I have maintained for years that The Joker is likely the best villain in existence. 1,495 more words

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On 100 Bullets

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The characters in 100 Bullets are all noir stereotypes turned up to eleven in the most outrageous ways. Every woman is both unbelievably beautiful and unthinkably manipulative, weaving sexual traps for men to fall into. 915 more words

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Review: Future's End #18

Review: Future’s End #18

Written by Brian Azzarello, Jeff Lemire, Dan Jurgens, and Keith Giffen

Art by Georges Jeanty, Dexter Vines, Karl Story, and Hi-Fi… 443 more words

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Comic Book Bios: Constantine (Hellblazer)

For a character with over 25 years of history, it’s amazing how little people know of him. John Constantine is chain smoking magician from Liverpool, capable of simple magic tricks, fighting the supernatural using cunning, deception and trickery to succeed, often gaining more enemies than allies. 657 more words

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Vertigo miniseries tour Part 34: Spaceman by Brian Azzarello & Eduardo Risso

Spaceman
Brian Azzarello, writer; Eduardo Risso, artist
Vertigo Comics

Spaceman reunites the creative team responsible for 100 Bullets for a different kind of noir story. Despite being launched with great fanfare–including a $1 premier issue–I feel that the miniseries never got the attention it deserved. 563 more words

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Why Brian Azzarello Is a Really Excellent Comic Writer

DECODING DC - PART 16

Extremites, what makes a good writer of comics?

In both Decoding DC and Journey Into Marvel ,the search for an answer to this question defines each series. 599 more words

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