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Graphic Novel Review – The Runaways

November 14, 2008 Leave a comment

At first I was not too attracted toward this story. It had too much of a manga feel to it, and I don’t care for that particular style. The only thing that kept my interest was the writer, whom I have reviewed a few times. Bryan K. Vaughan, together with Adrian Alphona, got this story of Runaways going for Marvel Comics. Read more…

Graphic Novel Review – The Hood

September 12, 2008 Leave a comment

After having read a few dozen graphic novels this past year, I’ve started to track previous works of the writers I’ve liked so far.  That’s how I came across The Hood.  Written by the creator of Y: The Last Man, Bryan K. Vaughan, this story brings us the perspective of a villain and his inner demons and who he really is; yet that might be more rethorical than anything else. Read more…

Graphic Novel Review – Pride Of Baghdad

August 26, 2008 Leave a comment

As I’ve explained before, I don’t consider myself a conoceur of graphic novels, being that I’ve only been reading them on a regular basis for less than a year.  Yet, I have been lucky enough to get a good vibe from briefs and summaries of the stories and so far, most of my selections have been good ones.  The latest one I’ve read, was one created by Bryan K Vaughan, the guy that made Y: The Last Man.  That was good enough for me to give it a try.  So I bought Pride of Baghdad, without having a clue what it was about.  Read more…

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