Deconstructing Comics #620: “Daredevil: Born Again”

Daredevil: Born Again came out in 1986, when US mainstream comics were changing in ways that now are either taken for granted or now look a bit antiquated (so much story in so few pages!). Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli were making their mark. But does their storytelling style hold up 33 years later? How does it look alongside Miller’s contemporaneous The Dark Knight Returns? Koom and Rob discuss this classic story arc from Daredevil #226-233.

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RBDHB: Year One Vs Zero Year

RBDHB: Year One Vs Zero Year

In our final Year of the Bat Special, we do a comparison/overview of Batman: Year One and Batman: Zero Year.

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Gutter Trash – Episode 63: Asterios Polyp


We review David Mazzucchelli’s masterpiece Asterios Polyp. Music by Legbone, Black Wolf Fight and The Barnhills.

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Deconstructing Comics #219: Asterios Polyp

Reviews of Asterios Polyp blanket the Internet; why need we pile on? Well, for starters, to counteract all the reviewers who think that giving a story synoposis = explaining what the book’s about. That approach falls far short with Polyp, so Tim and Kumar are here to explain what they feel David Mazzucchelli’s masterwork graphic novel is really about!

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