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Review: Superman, Vol. 1 - Before Truth by Gene Luen Yang & John Romita Jr

The Superman titles have undergone a renaissance recently, sparked by the arrival of Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder on ACTION COMICS, and followed by Geoff Johns’ and John Romita Jr.’s brief stint on SUPERMAN. 395 more words

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Well, Gene Luen Yang. Thank you for luring me in like a moth to a flame. Yes, let's do celebrate National Library Week.

To paratweet The Bard, these days the spirit of the printed page is but a walking shadow, a poor player that struts and frets his hour upon the stage. 382 more words


Gene Luen Yang: On Superman and the Immigrant Experience

Gene Luen Yang’s Superman Volume 1: Before Truth hits bookstores on Tuesday, but already he has had quite a busy year. In January, the Library of Congress named Yang as the  962 more words

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American Born Chinese: Will the Real Monkey King Please Stand Up?

Ahhh. It’s been a long time since I’ve read a graphic novel. I was inspired to finally post about this because I finally got my sorry butt around to reading Justice; a twelve-issue limited series comic book published bimonthly by DC Comics from August 2005 through June2007, written by Alex Ross and Jim Krueger, with art also by Ross and Doug Braithwaite. 567 more words

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Shadow Hero Review

The Shadow Hero (2014)
by Gene Luen Yang & Sonny Liew

The Shadow Hero is based on golden-age comic The Green Turtle, whose hero solved crimes and fought injustice.

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Superman 50

Today, Michael and Mark are discussing Superman 50, originally released March 16th, 2016.

Michael: Mark, I’ve had a problem lately — the impending arrival of whatever DC Rebirth shapes up to be has been coloring my read of nearly every DC book. 1,014 more words

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