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April 22, 2018


Go, Look: Olivia Fields

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Go, Look: Nicole Scerra

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If I Were In Lucerne, I'd Go To This

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If I Were In London ON, I'd Go To This

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If I Were In San Diego, I'd Go To This

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If I Were Near Lake Como, I'd Go To This

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Happy 71st Birthday, Tadashi Matsumori!

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Happy 34th Birthday, Jacque Nodell!

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Happy 48th Birthday, Bryan Hitch!

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Happy 62nd Birthday, Larry Mahlstedt!

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Happy 71st Birthday, Steve Englehart!

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FFF Results Post #500e -- To-Do List

On Friday, March 16, a select group of CR readers were asked to "Name Five Comics You Believe Might Have Significant Merit That You Have Yet To Read." This is how they responded.

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Mário Filipe

1. L'Incal By Alejandro Jodorowsky and Moebius
2. Asterios Polyp By David Mazzucchelli (pictured above)
3. Ninja By Brian Chippendale
4. Multiforce By Mat Brinkman
5. Are You My Mother? By Alison Bechdel

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Tom Spurgeon

1. Bill Mauldin's 1950s and 1960s Editorial Cartoons (Past A Few)
2. Bootsie
3. Sir Bagby
4. Classic Dan Dare (pictured above)
5. Kudzu

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Oliver Ristau

1. Farmer Ned's Comic Barn by Gerald Jablonski
2. Tekkon Kinkreet by Taiyo Matsumoto (pictured above)
3. Soldier X by Igor Kordey
4. Early Retirement by Mark Thomas Gibson
5. Stranger Than Life: Cartoons and Comics 1970-2013 by M.K. Brown

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Michael Dooley

1. Shitty Watchmen, by Dave Baker and others
2. The Complete Crepax Volume Three: Evil Spells, by Guido Crepax
3. Crazy Quilt, Scraps and Panels on the Way to Gasoline Alley, by Frank King
4. The Graphic Canon of Crime and Mystery, Volume One: From Sherlock Holmes to A Clockwork Orange to Jo Nesbø, by Russ Kick
5. The Provocative Colette, by Annie Goetzinger (pictured above)

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thanks to those that participated; normal service will begin with #501 at a future date

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April 21, 2018


Go, Look: Baron Yoshimoto

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Go, Look: Liam Cobb

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If I Were In Las Vegas, I'd Go To This

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If I Were In Lucerne, I'd Go To This

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If I Were In Dublin, I'd Go To This

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If I Were In London ON, I'd Go To This

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If I Were In San Diego, I'd Go To This

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If I Were Near Lake Como, I'd Go To This

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If I Were Near Canoga Park, I'd Go To This

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Happy 53rd Birthday, Teri Wood!

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April 20, 2018


Go, Look: Sami Alwani

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Go, Read: Abraham Riesman On Jim Starlin's Cyclical Relationship With Marvel Comics

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Here. It is worth being reminded that many creators' complaints about the big companies aren't moral/ethical battles but concern issues of treatment and recompense.

I would assume that Starlin's deal with Marvel has something to do with show Thanos pre-existed the work in that issue of Iron Man, but I'm no lawyer.
 
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Go, Look: Jack Kirby Fourth World Cover Images

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