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Three Important Questions

I was tidying up my home office this afternoon (envision piles of books, journals, clippings, etc.”) and revisited this children’s book. “The Three Questions”, written and illustrated by Jon J. 303 more words


Super Blog Team Up: The Death of Galactus

Welcome to the latest (and last?) edition of Super Blog Team Up.  My fellow contributors and I will be looking at various death-themed comic book topics, both literal or figurative. 1,821 more words

Comic Books

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Day 57 of #LiveWell2017

Jon J Muth wrote and illustrated this delightful children’s book, The Three Questions, based on Leo Tolstoy’s short story by the same title.


The Mystery Play - Grant Morrison & Jon J. Muth

The Mystery Play is an often overlooked seventy-six-page graphic novel published by Vertigo in 1994. It has a structure, length, and tone that was never repeated by Morrison, dating as it does from a stage when Vertigo was still exploring the kind of work it would showcase. 772 more words


Zen series by Jon J. Muth

The first post of 2017 and of my 365 day challenge is about the picture books by Jon J. Muth. We are introduced to Stillwater the giant panda in Zen Shorts. 125 more words

Picture Books


Stillwater is a philosophical panda, a character from Jon J. Muth’s picture books Zen Shorts, Zen Ties, Zen Ghosts, and Zen Socks… 99 more words


The Christmas Magic

“After cranky creatures and existential storms, behold the uncomplicated gladness of the season.” (NYT Book Review)

The Christmas Magic is written by Lauren Thompson

and illustrated beautifully by Jon J. 24 more words