Review time! with Iron: Or the War After

Review time! with Iron: Or the War After
This comic is a fascinating meditation on war and how it destroys people in ways that aren't all that obvious. It begins after a war has ended, but members of the resistance are still trying to fight the ruling regime. … His art is minimalistic and …
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Matt Kindt and Brian Wood interview each other
Robot 6: Each of these comics is set in a universe in which one thing has changed significantly; in MIND MGMT it is not clear right away what has happened, while in The Massive it is obvious, at least in its outer manifestations. …. It's the first …
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Paul Klee's Colorful Trail in Italy
ROME — Four avant-garde painters — Chagall, Klee, Kokoschka and Picasso — were given prominence in 1948 in the first Venice Biennale following the Second World War and were described in the event's catalog as artists “who had defended, in dark …
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