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Articles by jason sacks

  1. 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 15, 2011
  2. So Buttons #4 Cover Image

    So Buttons #4

    I've had a great time reading previous issues of So Buttons , Jonathan Baylis's self-published autobiographical mini-comic.

    Comic Review Article Jason Sacks September 8, 2011
  3. So Buttons #4 Cover Image

    So Buttons #4

    I've had a great time reading previous issues of So Buttons , Jonathan Baylis's self-published autobiographical mini-comic.

    Comic Review Article Jason Sacks September 7, 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 7, 2011
  5. 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