Lover Quarrel is the latest Astro City collection. This one features Crackerjack and Quarrel. They’re getting older. Another story in the collection features a talking gorilla who wants to play in a band. 96 more words
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CHESTER — Stanley County had been keeping this one in its back pocket all season.
The play goes like this: Motion one of the split ends across the formation to overload one side, then look back to the tackle-eligible target streaking off the line of scrimmage and down the left seam. 918 more words
Having celebrated Astro City‘s previous issue for demonstrating the series’ long overdue longevity, it fels incumbent to review the second half of the story, just to record how disappointing it was. 374 more words
A year ago, I swore off blogging the new volume of Astro City. I was sick of writing blogs that amounted, in different ways, to saying that there’s nothing wrong with this, but it doesn’t do for me what it used to and I don’t know why. 619 more words
Strikeforce Morituri shows up on comic book nostalgia blogs every once in a while. The series had a great premise, one that would bear re-imagining at today’s Marvel. 194 more words
If you read my comics reviews at all, you know how much I love Astro City. Kurt Busiek and Brent Anderson do a brilliant job of giving superhero comics a touching, human dimension. 111 more words