Articles by jason sacks

  1. The Interactives Cover Image

    The Interactives

    You know all those online friends you have? The ones who play MMOROGs and have screen names like Scallywag and King of All I Survey and James_Lake (that one you always make fun of, for not having an imagination for his screen name)? What if you actually met those friends and you all had mystic powers -- and, even more, that you were called upon to save your home country from an invasion of mythical creatures? Wouldn't that be weird and awesome and kind of scary for the world at the same time? Wouldn't it be the most fun and terrifying thing that ever happened to you? That's the premise of Peter Roger's wonderful new graphic novel The Interactives from AAM/Markosia.

    Comic Review Article Jason Sacks September 7, 2011
  2. The Lives of Sacco and Vanzetti Cover Image

    The Lives of Sacco and Vanzetti

    Rick Geary has been producing his series of "classic murder" books for almost two decades now, delivering smartly-created and well-researched graphical presentations of some of the most notorious crimes of their era.

    Comic Review Article Jason Sacks September 6, 2011
  3. The Interactives Cover Image

    The Interactives

    You know all those online friends you have? The ones who play MMOROGs and have screen names like Scallywag and King of All I Survey and James_Lake (that one you always make fun of, for not having an imagination for his screen name)? What if you actually met those friends and you all had mystic powers -- and, even more, that you were called upon to save your home country from an invasion of mythical creatures? Wouldn't that be weird and awesome and kind of scary for the world at the same time? Wouldn't it be the most fun and terrifying thing that ever happened to you? That's the premise of Peter Roger's wonderful new graphic novel The Interactives from AAM/Markosia.

    Comic Review Article Jason Sacks September 6, 2011
  4. Alan Moore: Storyteller Cover Image

    Alan Moore: Storyteller

    It's pretty much impossible to love comic books and not love Alan Moore -- at least for any comics fan younger than, say, 45 years old.

    Book Review Article Jason Sacks September 6, 2011
  5. The Power Within Cover Image

    The Power Within

    There are some comics that can't be reviewed for what they are, but for what they mean.

    Comic Review Article Jason Sacks September 6, 2011
  6. Top 10 Hardest Working Members of the Justice League  Cover Image

    Top 10 Hardest Working Members of the Justice League

    Happy slightly belated Labor Day! We here at Comics Bulletin hope you had a great and very relaxing weekend of hiking, barbecues and time spent rereading Justice League #1, because the new Justice League has obviously turned the internet in half.

    Column Article, Top Ten Jason Sacks September 5, 2011
  7. SUNDAY SLUGFEST: Justice League #1 Cover Image

    SUNDAY SLUGFEST: Justice League #1

    Comics superstars Geoff Johns and Jim Lee make history! In a universe where super heroes are strange and new, Batman has discovered a dark evil that requires him to unite the World Greatest Heroes! Kyle Garret: Chris Kiser: Jason Sacks: Ray Tate: Dave Wallace: Kyle Garret: And so it begins.

    Comic Review Article Jason Sacks September 4, 2011
  8. Dave Baxter: A Pure Adrenaline Punch Cover Image

    Dave Baxter: A Pure Adrenaline Punch

    One of Benaroya Comics's most interesting series is Marksmen , the tale of a ravaged post-apocalyptic America in which states and regions are at war with each other while the rest of the country has fallen back to primitive times.

    Comics Interview Article Jason Sacks September 2, 2011