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Jen’s Weekly Comics Blog

by Jen on Apr.18, 2012, under Uncategorized

April 18, 2012


The Shadow #1: The Shadow is a mysterious, psychic asshole.  Since the author is very good at writing magnificent bastards, this is going to work out very well, I think.  While the plot is winding up, we’re treated to a view of atrocity, perhaps the Shadow’s view on the world, and then we get to see him operate.

Resident Alien #0:  An alien in a small town is cajoled into a local medical practice to cover for a murdered doctor.  It’s like Doc Hollywood meets Space Invaders, but with a murder mystery instead of a ‘cocky young turk turned around by folksy wisdom’ plotline.  …well.  Half the Young Turk story.


I missed two issues of Conan the Barbarian with the Becky Cloonan art!!  What is wrong with me?  So I caught up on them today and it was ~amazing~ and men were wrecked.  There was great prose included about the wrecking of men.  The strength of the writing, art and especially the pacing makes this series a treat.


Harvey Pekar’s Cleveland HC: A posthumously published work, snapshotting exactly what it says in the title.  Those who liked American Splendor or simply like Harvey Pekar will find something in this trade.

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