Tag Archive for Brian K. Vaughan

Private Eye

Private-Eye

Back in the year 2016, all digital data accumulated on the Internet about everyone—email records, chat logs, photograph collections, search histories—suddenly rained down on the world. Nobody knows whether this “Cloud Burst” of virtual information was terrorism, a bug in the system,…

Saga, vol. 4

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If you haven’t read Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples’ Saga so far, the fourth volume might be a jarring entry point; the opening pulls no punches. The first image is of a naked woman, legs spread, giving birth. You…

Pride of Baghdad

Amidst the horror of war a group of lions escape the zoo, in this “inspired by true events” story, and reflect the deeper meaning of the War on Terror in Iraq while trying to get to safety. At the start…

Speaking of witty…

I know everyone’s probably seen this already, but…yay! From Comicbookresources: “If libraries had been cool enough to carry graphic novels when I was a kid, I never would have had to turn to petty crime to afford my expensive comics…

Ex Machina, vol. 2: Tag

Mitchell Hundred, when he began his mayoral career, weathered a schoolkid blowing up snow plows, a politically correct art scandal, and questioning the loyalty of old friends. Of course, his life is not going to get any easier, but at…