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  • September 21, 2017

    Danielle Richard is an artist from Quebec, Canada who works in oil, acrylic and pastel. Her subjects are primarily young women in pastoral scenes, along shorelines or in idyllic views of small boats or canoes on lakes. Though there isn’t an overt similarity, her work Read More ... […]

  • September 20, 2017

    Welcome back to Graphic Breakdown! It’s a fine week of comics over at DC. Let’s talk about a few of them!   Aquaman #28 Written by Dan Abnett Illustrated by Stjepan Sejic Whoever the genius was that asked Stjepan Sejic to illustrate this book should be commended. I never would have […]

  • September 20, 2017

    Since 1978, CinemaScore has polled exiting moviegoers at major releases, balancing various demographic input to come to a general letter grade. Until Rotten Tomatoes came on the scene, it’s been the main source of general feedback, not counting internal test screenings or other indie exit […]

  • September 20, 2017

    We begin with the ending. Endings on several levels, as stories come to a close, time loops are closed, dimensions are saved, and some lives reach their final destination. You can read through and discover which means which, but that’s part of the adventure. As some things end, others begin […]

  • September 20, 2017

    Archie Crossover Collection Written by Alex Segura, Matthew Rosenberg, Dan Parent Illustrated by: Gisele Lagace, Dan Parent, Jeff Shultz ISBN: 978-1-68255-968-0 Released 7/5/17 / $14.99   Whenever I learn there is another Archie crossover being released, I’m both elated and repulsed. The […]

  • September 20, 2017

    Luigi Cavenago (also Gigi Cavenago or GigiCave) is an italian comics artist based in Milan. He is best known for his work on the supernatural detective series Dylan Dog, for which he did cover illustrations as well as interior art. Cavenago has a forceful, graphic Read More ... […]