So I’ve been reading The Wake, by Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy, and I’ve got to share just how special this comic book is. Minor spoilers ahead here guys. 264 more words
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Ports have historically been the centers of global commerce and the more a country has of them the more powerful it’s said to be. This country was founded to be a mecca of free thought and free commerce, a shining example of what a group of liberated peoples can accomplish, and I often forget that I live in one of the busiest cities in that regard, Los Angeles. 186 more words
By: Scott Snyder (story), Sean Murphy (art), Matt Hollingsworth (colors)
The Review: I discovered one of my all-time favorite books when I was in elementary school: D’Aulaire’s Book of Greek Myths.* Though nearly every story within its pages is a treasure, one that really struck me at the time was the Deucalion legend, when Zeus flooded the land for what he saw as man’s transgressions. 857 more words
Today, Shelby and Patrick are discussing The Wake 5, originally released November 20th, 2013.
Shelby: I love being surprised by a story. There’s the smug satisfaction of thinking you’ve figured it all out, followed by the shock of things playing out completely differently. 1,521 more words