Author Archives: Jonathan O'Neal

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“Rick and Morty Presents Krombopulous Michael”

By | Jun 21, 2018 | Reviews

Krombopulous Michael sure loves killing, and this Rick and Morty-branded one-shot makes that point abundantly clear. Written by Daniel Mallory Ortberg Illustrated by C. J. Cannon Colored by Nick Filardi Lettered by Crank! Learn the secret stories and hidden pasts of your favorite Rick and Morty characters in Oni Press’s new quarterly series of one-shots: […]

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Five Thoughts On Frisky Dingo‘s “Flowers for Nearl,” “The Grate Escape,” “Penultimate Fighting,” and “Thrust Issues”

By | Jun 14, 2018 | Television

Welcome back to our review of Frisky Dingo, the Adult Swim series from the creators of Archer for bingers on a TV diet. Season one concludes with episodes ten through thirteen. Let’s jump into the gonzo highlights. 1. “Brother of Menelaus” If the Flowers for Algernon, Harrison Bergeron, Tom Bergeron, Agamemnon word association scene aboard […]

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Pick of the Week: “Blackwood” #1

By | May 31, 2018 | Pick of the Week, Reviews

Before dismissing Dark Horse’s “Blackwood” as another series about young students in a twisted school with a nontraditional curriculum, readers should know that this new horror miniseries has more than enough merits to make it our Pick of the Week. Written by Evan Dorkin Illustrated by Veronica Fish Laid Out and Lettered by Andy Fish […]

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“Crossroad Blues”

By | May 22, 2018 | Reviews

Adapted from Ace Atkins’s 1998 novel that launched a series of Nick Travers mysteries soaked in the blues tradition of the Mississippi Delta, Image’s “Crossroad Blues” is a 12-Gauge production with a nice pedigree, but does the graphic novel measure up to the acclaimed genre mystery? Written by Ace Atkins Illustrated by Marco Finnegan Lettered […]

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“New Challengers” #1

By | May 17, 2018 | Reviews

Before Fantastic Four and The X-Men, Jack Kirby created a team of heroes known as Challengers of the Unknown. They had no super powers aside from a strong desire for exploration and adventure, the result of a near-fatal accident that left them feeling like they were living on borrowed time. “New Challengers,” the latest entry […]

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“Batman: White Knight” #8

By | May 11, 2018 | Reviews

With this issue, Sean Murphy puts a period on his “Batman: White Knight” miniseries, but you have to wonder if it’s more of a comma. SPOILERS Written by Sean Murphy Illustrated by Sean Murphy Colored by Matt Hollingsworth Lettered by Todd Klein In the extra-sized finale of Sean Murphy’s top-selling miniseries, Jack Napier’s suspicious seduction […]


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