Daily Archives April 6, 2017

The Black Hood: Season 2 #3

Welcome back to The Black Hood: Season 2. Issue #3 picks up with Greg Hettinger heading cross country, retracing the path that took him to California. The mysterious assassin called The Nobody has been taking the same path, murdering people at every location that Hettinger stopped to interrupt a crime.

Finally, the two meet in Missouri in the home of a family that The Black Hood saved several months before. Although Hettinger is able to save the family again, The Nobody escapes and moves on to burn down a gas station in Indiana before heading back to Philadelphia, where the The Black Hood started his crusade and where Hettinger is wanted for multiple murders...

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Our Cats are More Famous Than Us

In 2008, Ananth Hirsh and Yuko Ota launched the auto-bio webcomic Johnny Wander. Eight years, four cats, and three moves are chronicled in this gorgeous hardcover omnibus, which includes a foreword by Raina Telgemeier (Smile, Ghosts). Hirsh and Ota’s charming reverie about new adulthood will appeal to fans of Kate Beaton, Bryan Lee O’Malley, and Jeffrey Brown—along with anyone who’s just winging it.

Our Cats are More Famous Than Us is a mildly amusing collection; it didn’t rock my world or anything. The art was cartoony and cute, the writing was funny enough. If this comic produced any reaction in me at all, it was slight annoyance at the perpetuation of the idea that anyone, anywhere, finds your cats even remotely interesting.

I’ll admit I’m a grump, and you might find Our Cats quite w...

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Kickstarter/Indiegogo Spotlight: Visionaries’ Guild Book 1: A dark supernatural adventure

When it comes to the supernatural, I’m always up for a good tale of the dark and ghostly. This week’s spotlight takes that and sets it in a different time period, that of the Victorian era. If that catches your interest as much as it does mine, spirit your way over to the Kickstarter to learn more.

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