‘Green Arrow Vol. 4’ establishes this title as one of DC’s best


Jeff Lemire’s first arc in the deconstruction of Green Arrow is riveting while Andrea Sorrentino’s art takes it to another level. Simply one of the best books at DC; whether you’re a fan of Green Arrow or not, this new creative team does more than breathe life into the series, they jump-start it and toss it out a window.

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REVIEW: Garth Ennis curates important piece of British comics history in ‘Battle Classics’


Battle was an amazing part of the comic landscape of Britain. It shaped thousands of young readers and made them aware of their nation’s history and heritage while teaching them about the hard life-lessons of war. Go look for this. Garth Ennis Presents Battle Classics isn’t just a book that can entertain you, but it’s one that you can learn from.

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‘Something Terrible’ is a poignant look at child sexual abuse and the healing power of art


Every now and then I run into things that capture the inspirational essence of what I originally intended this site, PopMythology, to be about. The following is an excerpt from a graphic novel by Dean Trippe called Something Terrible and it is one of those things.

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