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  • Review – I Hate Fairyland (Image Comics)

    IHateFairylandSkottie Young is such a gifted cartoonist that it’s hard to take your eyes off the variant covers that have put him squarely in the public eye. The baby covers for Marvel’s monthlies have practically become their own cottage industry by now, and you can guarantee you’ll not be far away from new ones in the future. Getting to read some actual comics from him is a bit more unusual though (especially since he’s leaving Rocket Raccoon, presumably to focus on this title) and it’s superb to be


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  • Review – Huck (Image Comics)

    HuckMark Millar. It’s likely that you’ve got an opinion about his work and it miiiiight not be a very good one. One thing that you can’t deny is that he’s definitely made a big impression on the world of comics and that the place they have in the current pop-culture landscape owes something to him. Civil War followed the summer crossover blueprint and renewed it, creating a whole new landscape for “event comics” in the 00s. The Ultimates basically blueprinted the Marvel Cinematic universe. Kick-Ass with J


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  • Review – Wayward (Image Comics)

    WaywardA girl with mystery in her past goes to live in a strange place. So far, it’s a little… familiar. But what sets Wayward apart from similar coming of age tales is the attention paid to the environment: modern day Japan. This is a Japan that’s not weird or eerie or “o god you guys it’s so RANDOM”, but a regular portrayal of a place that people actually, you know, live in. As Zack Davisson says in his introduction, Wayward avoids the trap of using “Japan as decoration” that is pretty common in pop culture


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