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March 1, 2021

Posts by: DG Stewart

AdventureMan Volume 1 (review)

Writer: Matt Fraction Artist: Terry Dodson Image Comics, 2020 The Moderne (or Machine Age) design ethic took its cue from the multiple geometric element of machines, albeit arranged in a decorative style. Its forerunners were Futurism and Cubism. Futurism glorified the machine (the block shapes of the turn of the 19th century, not the organic

Coddlesworth’s Clockwork Circus #1 (review)

Writer: Danny Oliver Artist: Slobodan Jovanovich Rem Alternis Productions, 2021 Fantasy epics are not known to intersect with steampunk. But that is precisely what the creative team of Coddlesworth’s Clockwork Circus set out to achieve. Here is the pitch from the Kickstarter page https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/clockworkcircus/coddlesworths-clockwork-circus-a-steampunk-adventure: When the Tempest—an impenetrable storm spawned by the Great Cataclysm more

We Said Goodbye to Gravity (review)

The copyright notice to this comic is unique. It reads, “Copyright (C) 2020 Chris Baldie. All rights reserved. This book or any portion thereof may not be reproduced or used in any manner whatsoever without the express written permission of me, Chris Baldie, the all-powerful Creator, except for the use of brief quotations in a

The Three Jokers #1-3 (review)

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Jason Fabok DC Comics, August-October 2020 The concept that American superhero comic book publisher DC Comics’ most iconic villain, the Joker, could actually be three people was first touted in Justice League #49, in 2015. In that comic, Batman took the seat of the space god Metron and was shown the

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