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Scott Cederlund
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"All for an Idea"- a review of Frank Miller's <b>Xerxes #1</b>
A new Frank Miller comic can be a time of paralyzing dread or child-like anticipation. And let’s be honest, a lot of Miller’s 21st-century work has favored the dread more than the anticipation. Holy Terror is still an ambitiously drawn abomination of a stor...
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The Untitled Sunday Link Post- April 15th, 2018
The Strip art by Cark Barks Previously on Panel Patter Hello Old Friend: Some Thoughts on Girl Genius Omnibus Vol 1 by the Foglios (Rob M.) Catch It at the Comic Shop April 11, 2018 (Rob M. & James K.) Places that Exist in Our Minds-- a review of John Porce...
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Places that Exist in Our Minds-- a review of John Porcellino's <b>From Lone Mountain</b>
John Porcellino’s mini-comics contain essays, cartoons, letters, memories, poems and ultimately a portrait of a cartoonist trying to find his place in the world. From Lone Mountain , collecting issues of King Cat Comics and Stories from 2003 through 2007, f...
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(Weekend Pattering for April 6th, 2018)
Panel A Fat Freddy's Cat strip by Gilbert Shelton Previously on Panel Patter Emerald City Quick Report (Rob M.) Catch It at the Comic Shop March 7, 2018 (Rob M., James K. & Mark M.) Kickstarter Interview - Kugali (Mark D.) Catch It at the Comic Shop March 1...
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"Done With Earth"- a review of Gabriel Hardman, Corinna Bechko & Jordan Boyd's <b>Green Lantern: Earth One Volume One</b>
  For a large chunk of Green Lantern: Earth One Volume One , Harold Jordan is a passive participant in his own adventures. Hardman and Bechko begin with a Harold Jordan (“Harold” or “Jordan,” never “Hal”) who has already had his chance to be a hero but was ...
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Respect, Dignity and Keeping the Barbarians at the Gate- a review of <b>Grass Kings Volume One</b> by Kindt & Jenkins
At first glance, Matt Kindt and Tyler Jenkins’ book Grass Kings Volume One appears to be a simple anti-establishment story about a group of people trying to protect their home and their family from the outside world. The us-versus-them mentality almost seem...
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The Magic's Vanished (Weekend Pattering for March 2nd, 2018)
Panel from The Beatles Story by Angus Allan and Arthur Ranson Previously on Panel Patter Catch It at the Comic Shop February 21, 2018 (Scott C., James K.) Catch It at the Comic Shop February 28, 2018 (James K., Scott C.) ECCC Preview: Dark Horse Will Keep Y...
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The Shape and Form of Connections in Roman Muradov's <b>Resident Lover</b> (mini kuš! #66)
There are few comics which could pull off lines like, “I’ve never met my former lover’s lover’s lover, and neither had my lover. I’ve heard they’re good at bocce, my lover heard they have no limbs.” Roman Muradov’s minicomic Resident Lover explores the geom...
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Catch It at the Comic Shop February 21, 2018
Welcome to Catch it at the Comic Shop, where the Panel Patter team looks at what's coming out at your favorite store or digital device this week. Each one of us that participates picks up to five items due out this week, with a little bit about why we like ...
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I wish I could have given Harvey Kurtzman a big hug! (Weekend Pattering for February 16, 2018)
Panel Robert Crumb giving Harvey Kurtzman a big smooch.  (From Crumb's "Ode to Harvey Kurtzman" in Harvey Kurtzman's Strange Adventures, 1991.) Previously on Panel Patter Stew Brew #5 by Kelly Froh and Max Clotfelter: Cross-Country Chronicling at Its Finest...
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