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Scott Cederlund
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Party Like It's 1985 (Weekend Pattering for February 17, 2017)
Previously on Panel Patter Scooby Snacks at the End of the World-- thoughts on Scooby Apocalypse Volume 1 (Scott C.) Honor Roll: The Black Widow #11 (James K. @ Comicosity) Cover of the Next Week Starstruck: Old Proldiers Never Die #1 by Elaine Lee and Mich...

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Scooby Snacks at the End of the World-- thoughts on <b>Scooby Apocalypse Volume 1</b>
Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis, and Howard Porter reimagine Scooby Doo and the rest of the Scooby gang as a small thrown-together group who have to band together to fight some kind of man-made viral apocalypse that turns humanity into vampires, werewolves and...

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How Did We Miss the 25th Anniversary of Rob Liefeld's Levi Commercial (Weekend Pattering for Friday, February 3rd)
Previously on Panel Patter Graphic Nonfiction: Sarah Glidden Explains Sanctuary Cities (Rob M.) Riding the Rails with Roger Langride in The Iron Dutchess (Scott C.) Best Shots: Kamandi Challenge #1 (Scott C. @ Newsarama) The Honor Roll: Dept H. #10 (James K...

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Riding the Rails with Roger Langride in <b>The Iron Dutchess</b>
Roger Langridge’s The Iron Duchess is animated. That’s not to say that it’s a cartoon or a movie or anything like that even though it is cartoony. It’s animated because there’s a spark of life in Langridge’s comics; a snap, crackle, and pop that he just ins...

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Damn Good Coffee-- (Weekend Pattering for January 27th)
Previously on Panel Patter This week is a great time to revisit March and Representative John Lewis' amazing story (Weekend Pattering extra) (Scott C.) Welcome to your life there's no turning back (Weekend Pattering for January 20th, 2017) (Scott C.) The Ri...

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The Rise and Fall of Paradise in Moebius' <b>The World of Edena </b>
The World of Edena, the first volume in Dark Horse's Moebius Library , is part adventure and part spiritual.  Back in the early 1980s, Moebius discovered the tiniest gem of a much larger story in a comic that was basically a promotional comic for French car...

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Welcome to your life there's no turning back (Weekend Pattering for January 20th, 2017)
It's my own desire, it's my own remorse Help me to decide, help me make the most Of freedom and of pleasure Nothing ever lasts forever Everybody wants to rule the world Somehow some Tears for Fears seems appropriate today. For some reason, I feel compelled ...

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This week is a great time to revisit <b>March</b> and Representative John Lewis' amazing story (Weekend Pattering extra)
As we begin the inauguration week of our 45th President of the United States, it begins as most of the past weeks have with controversy and division.  Last week, Representative John Lewis, a hero of our Civil Rights movement, announced on Meet The Press tha...

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That Gum You Like (Weekend Pattering for January 13th, 2017)
Previously on Panel Patter Review: 4 Kids Walk Into a Bank #3 (James K.) James' 2016 Favorites Part 1: Favorite Books and Writers (James K.) Sacrificing Story for Nostalgia in Howard Chaykin's Midnight of the Soul (Scott C.) James' 2016 Favorites Part 2: Fa...

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2016 Comics that Scott Will Still Be Thinking About in 2017
For the past few weeks, I've been staring at this list of comics.  I don't know if these are the best comics of 2016 or even my favorite comics of the year but these are all of the books that really struck me and that I've kept on coming back to as I've tri...
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