Category Archives: Reviews

Review: Copra Compendium

I know that I have been very quiet on here for the past several weeks. Mostly this is because I’ve been busy with other writing projects (both some dry academic stuff and a bit of comics criticism for the Danish magazine … Continue reading

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Review: Holy Motors

Trois! Douze! Merde!  The above quote is from the film Holy Motors, specifically from the film’s intermission – essentially a short music video (inspired by OK Go’s now-classic This Too Shall Pass), in which the protagonist, Monsieur Oscar (Denis Lavant), performs a … Continue reading

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Review: The Nao of Brown

The Nao of Brown is the first full-length graphic novel written and illustrated by Glyn Dillon, but this large and beautiful tome, released by British publisher Self Made Hero, is far from a sophomoric work. Indeed, it is in my … Continue reading

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Review: The Blot

I was not entirely sure what to expect when I picked up Tom Neely’s self-published 2007 comic book The Blot. It is a beautiful and simply designed softcover book with no text on the front cover (and hardly any text within … Continue reading

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