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We’re off the mainstream comic book board today. Really, we’re off that board in a number of ways. It’s not like it’s something new for “comic book” writers and illustrators … Continue reading A Graphic Depiction Of The Pulitzer Classic “The Good Earth” On The Wednesday Run
Let’s get to the point: it’s been a long time coming, hasn’t it? Two years next month, in fact. That’s when the first issue of Providence, the first of twelve … Continue reading End Of The World & Beginning Of Yuggoth In ‘Providence #12’ On The Wednesday Run
Every once in a while, there’s a comic book released – seemingly from out of nowhere – that inexplicably grabs your attention. You may not know much about the writer, … Continue reading Check Off Your Fabulist Box & Check Out “One Week in The Library” On The Wednesday Run
This holiday season, a lot of books are going to be given as gifts. Due to recent film releases, how many copies of Life of Pi, The Hobbit or Les … Continue reading Biff Bam Pop Holiday Gift Guide: Strange World: A Biff Bam Pop! Anthology