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Review: "Battling Boy"

Paul Pope has created an inventive and joyful universe in the graphic novel “Battling Boy” that both children and adults can escape into, and one in which will keep the reader grinning from ear to ear for the entire duration of the book’s nonstop fun. 1,280 more words

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The Shade (2011 Series) #6

June 16, 2012

Title: Las Cinco Esquinas

Writer: James Robinson
Art:
Javier Pulido
Letters:
Todd Klein
Colors:
Hilary Sycamore
Cover Art:
Tony Harris
Editor:
Wil Moss… 288 more words

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The Shade #7 - Review

By: James Robinson (writer), Javier Pulido (artist), Hilary Sycamore (colorist)

The Story: Just your usual father-daughter demon-slaying outing in Spain.

The Review: Of all of Robinson’s international creations thus far, La Sangre has quickly become the most fully developed and compelling one yet—yes, even despite the fact she’s a vampire in a DCU that’s quickly being overrun with vampires.  626 more words

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The Shade #6 - Review

By: James Robinson (writer), Javier Pulido (artist), Hilary Sycamore (colorist)

The Story: There seems to be some bad blood between you two…

The Review: Every now and then I’m reminded with a start just how many British writers there are in the comics business.  746 more words

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The Shade #5 - Review

By: James Robinson (writer), Javier Pulido (artist), Hilary Sycamore (colorist)

The Story: Vampire pirates—you all knew it had to happen at some point, right?

The Review: … 751 more words

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Ball Peen Hammer by Adam Rapp, artwork by George O'Connor, color by Hilary Sycamore

The Booklist review blurb on the stark black back cover (with a heart-breaking pink balloon floating away) should serve as quite the warning: “Not for gentle readers.” Probably best known as a playwright, … 249 more words

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