Captain Kirk’s weekly comic review – 12/16/2015

It’s not Christmas but my very own Comic Santa Claus has just arrived to deliver my shipment of choices for discussion this week. However, I must confess, my mind is already clouded and distracted by thoughts of Star Wars sugar plums … and Star Trek lumps of coal. However, I …

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The stakes rise even higher in ‘The Walking Dead: Compendium Three’

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Because this is 'The Walking Dead,' a much-beloved character dies. And every time things start to look up for our heroes, the situation quickly gets worse than they had imagined. The more capable the group becomes, the greater the scope of dangers they face. Writer Robert Kirkman really excels at upping the stakes and the tension. And 48 issues in one volume makes 'The Walking Dead Compendium Three' a must-have for TWD fans.

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Dark Horse to publish ‘The Secret Loves of Geek Girls’

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Featuring Contributions by Superstar Writers and Artists Margaret Atwood, Marjorie Liu, Noelle Stevenson, Mariko Tamaki, Editor Hope Nicholson, and More Dark Horse Comics announced today plans to publish the highly anticipated anthology The Secret Loves of Geek Girls. Editor Hope Nicholson has assembled a dazzling mix of prose, comics, and …

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Margaret Atwood to publish first graphic novel with Dark Horse Comics


**PRESS RELEASE** Dec. 8, 2015–Dark Horse Comics announced today the publication of Angel Catbird, the first graphic novel by Margaret Atwood, the Booker Award–winning author of The Blind Assassin, The Handmaid’s Tale, and The Heart Goes Last. Angel Catbird is a unique and ambitious collaboration between Atwood and artist Johnnie …

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Captain Kirk’s weekly comic review – 12/02/2015

When does cynicism over-ride critical judgement? It’s a question that I consider very carefully as sometimes I’m not the right reader for a certain comic. But given my enjoyment of the medium I think sometimes I mistakenly believe that I will enjoy every comic. When I don’t, it tends to …

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