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Tim Sale's Noir.

A simple enough title form the master of illustrative simplicity (that’s be deceptive simplicity, of course). “Noir” by Tim Sale, from 2013.

Artists, Illustrators & Photo Arts

Pull List #2 - Daredevil: Yellow, and Rasputin #2

I have been trying to find Daredevil yellow at comic shops around New York City for about two full years. I finally found it. Disappointingly, it did not live up to the expectations I had, like is wont to happen when people have things that consistently elude them. 295 more words


The Big Batman Read: Batman - Dark Victory (in 100 words)

When I talked about Long Halloween I focused on the art so for its sequel let’s talk writing.

Jeph Loeb makes Dark Victory and it’s prequel into a long homage to old time gangster movies especially… 72 more words


The Big Batman Read: Batman - Long Halloween (in 100 words)

7. Batman: The Long Halloween – Story by Jeph Loeb, Art by Tim Sale

Because this and Dark Victory essentially form one story in two parts I will split these reviews between art and writing. 89 more words


A Very Long Halloween Part 2: Thanksgiving

I forgot how weak the second part of this issue is. It does, however, offer an in-one summation of every single mystery Jeph Loeb would later write in a comic. 787 more words

DC Comics

Heroes Never Rust #68: Lex Luthor: The Thin Line Between Good and Evil

Heroes Never Rust #68 by Sean Ironman

Lex Luthor: The Thin Line Between Good and Evil

In a comic, you know how you can tell who the arch-villain’s going to be?

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Heroes Never Rust

Holy Reread Batman! – The Long Halloween

Part Three of the Batman Reread! In this, I look back on Batman: The Long Halloween.

The Long Halloween was one of the first ‘official’ sequels to… 746 more words

Comic Books