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July 16, 2018

Image Comics

Manifest Destiny Volumes 5 (Mnenophobia and Chronophobia)

Manifest Destiny Volumes 5 (Mnenophobia and Chronophobia) Image Comics, Writer: Chris Dingess Once upon a time, Western-genre comic books sold well to an enthusiastic audience. A post-World War Two desire for a simpler, overwhelmingly white age of exploration, colonisation, and conquest of Native Americans manifested in motion pictures, books, radio, and comic books. The white

Tokyo Ghost: Hardcover Collected Edition (Review)

Tokyo Ghost (hardcover collected edition) Image Comics, July 2017 Writer: Rick Remender Primitivism, the melange of both wistful fantasy and philosophy, is founded in the premise that a simpler life is inherently better than the complexity of modern life. It has its Anglophone origins with Matthew Arnold, an English writer who espoused through his work

Redneck Volume 1 (Review)

Redneck Volume 1 Image Comics: Trade Paperback: October 2017 Writer: Donny Cates In the American vernacular, a “redneck” is a term: a. used for a white person, often from the south-eastern United States; and b. is also often associated with poverty, a lack of education or cultural sophistication, and a fundamentalist belief in the Christian

Hit-Girl #1 (Review)

Hit-Girl #1 Image Comics, February 2018 Writer: Mark Millar In February 2008, Scottish comic book writer Mark Millar created a comic book series titled Kick-Ass for American publisher Marvel Comics (via its Icon imprint). This comic told the story of a teenager, Dave Lizeweski, who decided to become a real-life superhero despite not having any

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