If “No Straight Lines: Four Decades of Queer Comics” isn’t the definitive look at the world of GLBT comics, it surely must come darn close. Editor Justin Hall modestly states in his introduction that the sheer magnitude of the GLBT comics scene prevented this from being the definitive guide he had originally envisioned, but with … Continue Reading →
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A quick look at two awesome recent books: “Sidekicks” by Dan Santat (Scholastic) – The lighter of the two by far, this all-ages graphic novel is a hoot from start to finish. And I’m not afraid to admit I even got a bit misty at the end. Captain Amazing is an aging superhero who has … Continue Reading →