Author Archive for Matt Morrison

Extraordinary X-Men, vol. 1: X-Haven

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Apart from mutants, there exists a divergent strain of super-powered humanity created by alien manipulation—the Inhumans. Rather than developing superpowers at puberty as mutants do, an Inhuman’s powers are activated through exposure to the mysterious gas known as The Terrigen…

Green Arrow vol. 7: Kingdom

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Billionaire philanthropist Oliver Queen returned to his hometown of Seattle with one goal: to protect his city from those who would prey upon the weak. Using the archery and tracking skills he honed while marooned on a deserted island—as well as…

Must Have: Daredevil

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Today’s graphic literature fans are enjoying a golden age of television undreamed of. Whether you’re a fan of superheroics, spy-thrillers, or horror, there’s something for virtually everyone. But what happens when someone goes looking for the books that inspired their…

Must Have: Legends of Tomorrow

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Today’s graphic literature fans are enjoying a golden age of television undreamed of. Whether you’re a fan of superheroics, spy-thrillers, or horror, there’s something for virtually everyone. But what happens when someone goes looking for the books that inspired their…

Must Have: Green Arrow

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Today’s graphic literature fans are enjoying a golden age of television undreamed of. Whether you’re a fan of superheroics, spy-thrillers, or horror, there’s something for virtually everyone. But what happens when someone goes looking for the books that inspired their…

Classic Fantastic: Lucifer

Classic Fantastic is our series of features on the classics of the format — please check out our other picks for the most important titles, in terms of appeal, innovation, and storytelling, that every library should own. Lucifer on TV…

Must Have: Supergirl

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Today’s graphic literature fans are enjoying a golden age of television undreamed of. Whether you’re a fan of superheroics, spy-thrillers, or horror, there’s something for virtually everyone. But what happens when someone goes looking for the books that inspired their…

Dusk, vols 1-3

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Years ago there was a young woman named Susan Douglas. Her life would have seemed a happy one at a cursory glance. But her husband was a drinker and he was ill-equipped to handle a wife who was more successful…

Must Have: The Flash

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Today’s graphic literature fans are enjoying a golden age of television undreamed of. Whether you’re a fan of superheroics, spy-thrillers, or horror, there’s something for virtually everyone. But what happens when someone goes looking for the books that inspired their…

Enchanted

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Brooke is having a rather bad time of it at her new school. She’s been dubbed a dork by her classmates. Her poor sense of direction leaves her unable to get to school or go home without a guide. And…

Conan Red Sonja

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  Know, O’ reader that in the time known as “The Dark Age of Comics,” the genre of fantasy fell out of favor and the heroes of old were forgotten. And for a time, there were no new tales of…

Dresden Files: War Cry

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Harry Dresden’s life hasn’t been an easy one—his parents died while he was young and Harry spent the better part of his youth in the foster care system before being rescued by a man who saw the potential for power…

The Fade Out

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      Hollywood, California, 1948. Fade in on professional screenwriter and semi-professional drunkard Charlie Parrish as he slowly wakes up after a wild night on the town. Charlie finds himself in a hotel bathtub, unable to remember anything about…