Comics

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Warning: All books are suggested for mature audiences

Super
Explore how confining the word “hero” can be in this preview of the upcoming original graphic novel that
follows a super-powered being born into today’s cultural climate. Paying homage to the standards of the
genre while simultaneously panning them, Super is a book for readers who want a little thought with their
Saturday morning cartoons.
VIEW THE G4 TV REVIEW BY BLAIR BUTLER

Disposable Graffiti
Journey into the mind of the banjo-plucking, pill-popping Brer Rappit, band leader of the Briar Patch Boys. This
book is a collection of short skits and poetry lashing out at sanity itself. Drawn in an unique style that smashes
together eastern and western influences with a sledge hammer and accompanied by a CD from the actual Brier
Patch Boys,it’s the perfect travel companion on your trip to insanity.
READ THE SEQUENTIAL TART REVIEW BY KATHERINE KELLER

Desert Rose
When a “border jumper” tries to reach America by traversing the harsh, unforgiving desert of Mexico, he is
confronted by a terrible set of circumstances and is forced to make a decision that no person should ever have
to. With almost no words, this book is a success at conveying the horror of human need through pictures alone.
A stand-alone modern day silent film in the medium of comics.
READ THE MOVIE POOP SHOOT REVIEW BY MARC MASON