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‘Ales Kot – the writer taking comic books to mindbending new dimensions’.. 

He has only been in graphic storytelling for three years, but already the Czech-born writer has produced several influential series for the biggest publishers – and his latest is set to reinvent crime noir. At 28 years old Ales Kot … Continue reading

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‘Malcolm Evans – foreigners’.. 

Source: Malcolm Evans – foreigners « The Daily Blog

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‘A comic about what happens when a magical girl team disbands’.. 

What’s a team of cosmic high school superheroines supposed to do after they defeat the villain – go back to their normal lives and start growing apart? (cont..) Source: A comic about what happens when a magical girl team disbands … Continue reading

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‘Archie cartoon characters reborn as hip millennials’.. 

If it weren’t for the flaming red hair and toothy grin – you might not recognise the new Archie Andrews. The 75-year-old comic book character has undergone a major makeover and his new hipster look debuted this week at the … Continue reading

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The Casual Idiotic Racism of Modern American Conservatism’.. 

Many exhibit a worldview that is (whether consciously or not) white supremacist to the core. (cont..) Source: The Casual, Idiotic Racism of Modern American Conservatism | Alternet

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‘Drawings of Ambrose Bierce’s Bitter Misanthropic Epigrams

When I was a kid – I came across Ambrose Bierce’s The Devil’s Dictionary and found it to be a revelation of cynicism—even somehow liberating in its bleak honesty. Bierce’s writing has fallen out of fashion over the past century. … Continue reading

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‘Freeway Ricky Ross’.. 

A story about the biggest cocaine trafficker in Los Angeles – who also left a big impact on the developing Hip Hop culture of the region in the 1980s. (cont..) Source: Freeway Ricky Ross – Boing Boing

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