Review: Squee’s Wonderful Big Giant Book of Unspeakable Horrors

If you are a child of the Nicktoons era, chances are you’ll recognize the art style of Squee, as writer and artist Jhonen Vasquez is none other than the creator of the cult show Invader Zim. In fact, it was this particular comic that spurred Nickelodeon to ask Vasquez to do a show for them […]

Review: Heartbreak Soup

REVIEW: Heartbreak Soup, by Gilbert and Jaime Hernandez   Heartbreak Soup is the first in a two-volume collection of stories from creator Gilbert (and brother Jaime) Hernandez’s Love and Rockets series, all of which take place in a sleepy Central American town called Palomar. The collection almost reads like an epic; the stories span nearly […]

Review: Are You On the Global Frequency?

Review: Global Frequency, by Warren Ellis Let me begin by saying that I’m very new to comics. How new? Basically, if you haven’t even read your first comic yet, you’re not too far behind me. But I made some productive visits to the Star Clipper this summer, so now I’m qualified to write at least six reviews. […]