Posts Tagged ‘ Dark Horse Comics ’

Hip-Hop Comics: Rotten Apple

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March 10, 2014
Hip-Hop Comics: Rotten Apple

One of Hip-Hop’s defining qualities is its very lack of easy definition. It’s a style, it’s a culture, it’s an attitude.  Common usages of the term are applied to fashion, to dance, to visual art, to film, to people, to speech, to music. The criteria of what qualifies as Hip-Hop is purely subjective, and...
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Interview: Creators Vivek J. Tiwary And Andrew Robinson Discuss “The Fifth Beatle”

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December 1, 2013
Interview: Creators Vivek J. Tiwary And Andrew Robinson Discuss “The Fifth Beatle”

Vivek Tiwary and Andrew Robinson’s The Fifth Beatle is a new graphic novel that tells the story of Brian Epstein, a man who discovered and managed The Beatles, and built them from a modestly popular local band into the most acclaimed and successful musical act of all time – but who remains shrouded largely...
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Comic Review Round-Up: The Only Living Boy, Battlepug, Lady Sabre

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August 5, 2012
Comic Review Round-Up: The Only Living Boy, Battlepug, Lady Sabre

The Only Living Boy #1 (Bottled Lightning Comics) The Only Living Boy is an entrancing ballad of a little boy lost, an epic fantasy with an intimate focus.  It conjures a fully-realized environment of mysterious ruins and gladiators and monsters that evokes ‘Planet Hulk‘ and ‘Planet Of The Apes‘ equally; a bountiful feast of...
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New Comic Reviews: MIND MGMT, The Secret History Of D.B. Cooper

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May 28, 2012
New Comic Reviews: MIND MGMT, The Secret History Of D.B. Cooper

There are times where certain subjects rise to the top of pop culture.  Motifs suddenly become the flavor of the month, and ideas pop up in different places — similar concepts appearing from separate sources.  Right now, for example, two of my new favorite comic series feature wildly differing takes on a few common...
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