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Jog does Percy
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under reviewsCathy Malkasian 24 Dec 2007 8:37 AM
One of my favorite books we published this year was PERCY GLOOM by Cathy Malkasian. Jog writes a very nice review of the book here, and if you haven't seen PERCY yet, check it out.
Love and Rockets in depth
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under reviewsLove and RocketsLos Bros Hernandez 8 Nov 2007 10:43 AM
Spurge points out that "Shelf Life," Marc Sobel's in-depth, issue-by-issue examination of Love and Rockets Vol. 1 at Sequart, has entered its second half, with the latest installment featuring issue #26.



My Crazy Dad!
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under reviews 31 Oct 2007 1:27 PM

I have no idea who Luke Maxwell is, and I'd be hard-pressed to say he has any real talent for cartooning, but this comic strip, titled "My Crazy Dad!" is nonetheless one of the best comics I've read in while and I crave more. I've read it at least three times now since my pal Jason Grote first tipped me to it.
Blah blah blah
Written by Eric Reynolds | Filed under reviews 31 Oct 2007 12:37 PM
Been meaning to write reviews of things I like but just can't seem to stay on top of it, I can't write as fast as I read, and not enough things that I read engage enough to want to sit down and write about them. But Jacob's Cold Heat post inspired me to mention a few things, real quick-like...

Cold Heat Special by Jon Vermilyea - What Jacob said below. This special issue of the Cold Heat series is way better than any of the other issues, which frankly kind of mystify me (and my pal Dan Nadel's unabashed enthusiasm for it only makes me feel like some kind of lame dilletante for not getting it). But this is just a great comic book by Jon Vermilyea, accessible to just about anyone (and not contigent upon having any familiarity with Cold Heat), and the 16" x 23" silkscreened cover is so fucking attractive that I want to frame it. I'm not sure the art on the inside needed to be this big (11 1/2" x 16" or so), but the treatment is worth it for the cover, and the inside tells a genuinely charming story that would work at any size, and reminded me of some of Jaime Hernandez's or Jordan Crane's more fantastical work. I really liked it. If this had been submitted to me for Mome, I would have jumped for joy upon reading it.

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