Face Off: Thoughts on “The Joker: Death Of The Family”

Dammit, I tried. I had me a long, honest discussion with myself. I said, “Well, Phil–doesn’t this look good? Haven’t you been intrigued by the New 52 and quite enjoyed Batman Incorporated?” I said, “You’re right, voice. Also, I enjoy spooky. Spooky is good.” So I picked this trade up (I read trades now–my premade…

Come, World: Thoughts On “Sex Criminals, Volume 1”

You know you have a good story on your hands when one of the authors dedicates it to “anyone, anywhere, at literally any time in human history who ever rubbed one out”. Now, I don’t really collect comics like I used to. I used to march my happy ass to the store every Wednesday to collect…

Pray To The Real God: Thoughts On War Brothers

It is my sincerest hope that someday soon the people of Africa’s war-torn nations look back at these troubled times as a bleak speck in the past–a horror that shapes a future that is brighter and fuller each and every day.  Books like Sharon MacKay‘s War Brothers are the artistic tools that the world can…