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Stardust: Novel and film

In 2007, long before I had read any Neil Gaiman, my university flat mate dragged me along to see a film called Stardust. She had nothing but praise for the novel and couldn’t wait to see the film. I remember ...

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Misogyny and Hypocrisy in the Modern Comics Industry

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Well, this is disappointing. Wednesday night saw another comic-book related Twitterstorm, sparked in part by this article by Indie artist Tess Fowler. Inspired by a Twitter discussion started by creator Brandon Graham, the article is basically Fowler speaking about her experiences with ...

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Blacksad: Graphic novels are for adults

Occasionally I get in a jazz and blues mood. On Thursday I started listening to my collection of women singing the blues, and by Saturday I was deep into Louis Armstrong. So I suppose it was something akin to fate ...

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The Guild: Graphic Novels, volumes 1 and 2

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For Christmas this year, my wonderfully thoughtful partner bought me volumes 1 and 2 of The Guild graphic novels (and also completed my DVD collection for the web series). I am still new to comics and graphic novels – having ...

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