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Articles by nick hanover

  1. All-Star Western #2 Cover Image

    All-Star Western #2

    What happened? There I was, loving the shit out of All Star Western's first issue and along comes Issue Two, not exactly ruining my starry eyed attraction but certainly dampening it.

    Comic Review Article Nick Hanover November 3, 2011
  2. Jackie Brown (1997) Cover Image

    Jackie Brown (1997)

    Jackie Brown Dir: Quentin Tarantino Miramax 1997 154 minutes Rating: Quentin Tarantino detractors tend to utilize a few arguments when criticizing his films: he's overly beholden to style, his plotting is too gimmicky, he just "samples" older works.

    Column Article, Classic Film/New Blu Nick Hanover October 29, 2011
  3. Morning Glories #13 Cover Image

    Morning Glories #13

    Last month I predicted that Miss Hodge would function within the pages of Morning Glories not just as an adult ally for the kids but also as some narrative glue.

    Comic Review Article Nick Hanover October 22, 2011
  4. Spontaneous #5 Cover Image

    Spontaneous #5

    With <em>Spontaneous</em> Joe Harris and Brett Weldele have quietly put together one of the most fresh and exciting stories in comics this year, a combination of teen noir and Cronenberg-like horror and so it's a little sad to see it coming to an end after five issues.

    Comic Review Article Nick Hanover October 22, 2011
  5. Spontaneous #5 Cover Image

    Spontaneous #5

    With Spontaneous Joe Harris and Brett Weldele have quietly put together one of the most fresh and exciting stories in comics this year, a combination of teen noir and Cronenberg-like horror and so it's a little sad to see it coming to an end after five issues.

    Comic Review Article Nick Hanover October 22, 2011
  6. Swamp Thing #2 Cover Image

    Swamp Thing #2

    Serialized storytelling is all about keeping readers hooked and eager for the next installment, which often means that it resorts to the handy trick of unveiling mystery after mystery.

    Comic Review Article Nick Hanover October 13, 2011