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Review: ‘Strange Fruit’ #1 is an Embarrassment

This article was originally published at Comics Bulletin on July 4, 2015.

Strange Fruit is a much-hyped mini-series coming from two top comics talents, Mark Waid (Daredevil, Kingdom Come) and J.G. 1,324 more words

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J.G. Jones and Mark Waid Draw on History and Legend with Strange Fruit

BOOM! Studios has announced the July debut of prolific creators’ J.G. Jones and Mark Waid’s deeply personal passion project, Strange Fruit. Beautifully hand-painted and set during the historic Great Mississippi Flood of 1927, … 170 more words

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Initial Guests Cook, Hernandez, Jones, and Sears Appear at Baltimore Comic-Con 2015!

The Baltimore Comic-Con has begun announcing guests for their 16th annual show, taking place September 25–27, 2015, at the Baltimore Convention Center! Making their BCC debut appearances in 2015 are… 500 more words

Conventions

Marvel Boy #6 of 6

Grant Morrison // J.G. Jones
March 2001
****

Closure for an origin arc (#1 + 4-6): Noh-Varr the super-Kree helps his GF defeat her megalomaniac dad, then he’s incarcerated by SHIELD. 42 more words

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Marvel Boy #5 of 6

Grant Morrison // J.G. Jones
December 2000
*****

All that #4 lacked & more. The ultra-cool superboy & the hyper-violent vamp show genuine chemistry, but even better are their dense backstories. 47 more words

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Marvel Boy #4 of 6

Grant Morrison // J.G. Jones
November 2000
****

A bad-ass dominatrix bests our hero, then saves his bacon from her 1% daddy. She’s rebelling against dad’s incestuous tone & buy-it-all arrogance, but those are the only notes of characterization to this ish. 30 more words

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