Graphic Novels from Fletcher, Wu, & Co.; Morrison, Burnham, & others; and Sejic | Xpress Reviews


This work from Fletcher breathes new life into Black Canary, mature fans of the genre looking for something deeper will most appreciate Nameless, Sejic seems well equipped with talent and skills to become a lasting success

Graphic Novels by Azzarello & Co., Le Tendre & Loisel, and Morrison & Fegredo | Xpress Reviews


Flinch has its hits and misses, but the list of talent makes it a standout; a fine example of the fantasy genre while being quite distinct; echoes of Dante’s Inferno, down to the division of the work into cantos

Graphic Novels from Johnson/Mitten, Koike/Mori, Grant & Co., Ulinich, and Vaughn/Luna | Xpress Reviews


A magic- and fantasy-heavy, action-packed adventure; classic of the samurai manga; A great introduction to a vibrant dystopia; an exceptional “semiautobiographical” tragicomedy; exploring what it means to be intelligent and human

Xpress Reviews: Graphic Novels | First Look at New Books, March 7, 2014


Another interesting twist from the “Powers” series, a violent and profane redemption story from Morrison and Robertson, an art object from Vandenbroucke, welcome humor from Way and Crystal. Get DMZ, just get it!

Xpress Reviews: Graphic Novels | First Look at New Books, January 3, 2014


Biting humor from Dilbert creator Adams and more “Action” from Superman


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