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Review: Shame Trilogy

The Shame hardcover collects all three parts of writer Lovern Kindzierski (Tarzan), artist John Bolton (Books of Magic), and letterer Todd Klein’s… 916 more words


'Black Hammer' #1 is a strong, smart, intriguing beginning

Black Hammer #1 already establishes the potential for a very special story. Jeff Lemire has steadily been writing a wide range of fantastic titles over the last couple of years and it looks like… 856 more words


Bill Willingham's Fables 6–10

Bill Willingham and many artists, mainly Mark Buckingham, and Todd Klein letterer, Fables:
– 6: Homelands (Vertigo 2005)
– 7: Arabian Nights (and Days) (Vertigo 2006) 724 more words


The Sandman: Overture, A.K.A How to Destroy the Universe Without Even Trying

As I’ve mentioned before, Sandman is the series that roped me into comics. I bought Volume 1, Preludes and Nocturnes, specifically because of my love for Gaiman’s writing and the fact that I’d been dancing for a while on the periphery of comics through friends who followed various DC and Marvel heroes. 516 more words


Review: The Dark Knight Strikes Again

(DC Comics – 2002)

Frank Miller

Lynn Varley

Todd Klein

After the crazy success of The Dark Knight Returns, there should have been no worry about the release of a second volume in the series.  711 more words

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Review: Art Ops Issue 1

Written by Shaun Simon

Art and cover by Michael Allred

Colours by Laura Allred

Letters by Todd Klein

Logo design by Steve Cook

Published by DC/Vertigo… 335 more words

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Remembering Murphy Anderson: a look back at The Atomic Knights

Silver Age comic book artist Murphy Anderson passed away on October 23rd at the age of 89. Anderson was an incredibly prolific inker who worked on numerous series for DC Comics from the 1950s thru to the 1980s. 1,337 more words

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