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Articles by jason sacks

  1. Empire  Cover Image

    Empire

    Man oh man what a dark vision this story is.

    Comic Review Article Jason Sacks June 4, 2004
  2. Seaguy #1 Cover Image

    Seaguy #1

    "Run, Xoo! Run!" Just what the world needed: a surreal take on Aquaman, Disneyland, pet sidekicks, death and any damn thing else Grant Morrison decides to throw into a story.

    Comic Review Article Jason Sacks June 3, 2004
  3. Common Grounds #5 Cover Image

    Common Grounds #5

    "Where Monsters Dine" and "Lovelife" In the '70s Marvel had a whole line of "monsters gone wild" titles.

    Comic Review Article Jason Sacks June 3, 2004
  4. Touch #2 Cover Image

    Touch #2

    "Intangibles" Super-powers, like fame or wealth, can be a mixed blessing.

    Comic Review Article Jason Sacks June 3, 2004
  5. Spooky: A Warren Fanzine #3  Cover Image

    Spooky: A Warren Fanzine #3

    Jim Warren published some of the most interesting comics of the 1960s and '70s, and there's a small revival of fan appreciation around them.

    Book Review Article Jason Sacks June 2, 2004
  6. DC: The New Frontier #3  Cover Image

    DC: The New Frontier #3

    Remember the rush you got the first time you read Dark Knight , or your first manga comic, or your first Jack Kirby comic? The first comic you ever read by Alan Moore, or the first time you cracked the pages of Sandman or Preacher ? Remember that spark when everything came together; old influences and new, comics and television and real life and a certain inexpressible special spark that made the book special? Remember how it felt like a bolt of lightning striking, sparking a whole new direction for comics? New Frontier is such a comic.

    Comic Review Article Jason Sacks April 2, 2004