Well, today’s the day Archaia starts giving us a great Christmas gift — three new works inspired by Jim Henson. There are two titles this week, “The Storyteller” and “Tale of Sand.” Next week will see a “Dark Crystal” prequel. The crown jewel and most hyped is “Tale of Sand,” a graphic novel based on … Continue Reading →
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Though Jim Henson died several years ago, his legacy lives on, and on this Thanksgiving, that’s what the geek is me is thankful for. The splashiest part of that, of course, is “The Muppets,” now showing at movie theaters. While I did have some issues with it, I can say it’s a hoot, and everyone … Continue Reading →
To prove the adage comics aren’t just for kids these days, I’ve got a couple hardcover graphic novels from Archaia that are targeted at older readers. “Old City Blues” takes place in a future Greece, where high-tech criminals and greedy corporations have the city of New Athens under their thumbs, and it’s up to the … Continue Reading →
“The Many Adventures of Miranda Mercury” (Archaia) – Sorry I’m a day late with this, but if you run to your comic book store now, you can probably still find a copy of “Miranda Mercury,” and it would be worth the extra trip. “MM” is a collection of what was supposed to be a miniseries … Continue Reading →