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Peter DeCourcy

Pete DeCourcy is a man of many talents. If you have any questions or demands of him he can be reached via comment below.

I Heart Comics: Random Reviews

Last night I had one of the best reading experiences. All the titles really only had one thing in common: great comics. Now most of these books are old, and for whatever reason I only recently picked them up. These…

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Review: Jonah Hex #50

I’ll start this review with a confession. Outside of one issue of Jonah Hex (issue #35 drawn by the amazing J.H. William the 3rd) I don’t really read his comics. This isn’t to say that they’re bad comics by any…

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Review: Stumptown #1

Stumptown #1 Written by Greg Rucka Illustrated by Matthew Southworth Coloured Lee Loughridge I fall in love with losers. Maybe it’s the curse of being a fan of crime fiction. You don’t often find winners in crime stories, they might…

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Review: Batman and Robin #4

I’m very protective of Batman. It’s a problem I have as a person that I really think I should get checked out. You see I honestly believe that Batman is one of – if not THE – best literary character…

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I Love Comics: Paul Grist

I Love Comics by Pete DeCourcy is a Monday to Friday examination of the many reasons why we here at Comicbookdaily.com love comics. Not all of them might be to your tastes, but hey – isn’t that the whole point of…

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I Love Comics: Tintin

I Love Comics is a Monday to Friday examination of the many reasons why we here at Comicbookdaily.com love comics. Not all of them might be to your tastes, but hey – isn’t that the whole point of Comics? I…

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You Must Buy This: Sweet Tooth #1

It’s very rare these days to find a writer/artist getting their own on-going series. (Well, unless you’re Paul Pope.. but I’m sure even he had to start somewhere – Kodansha if memory serves.) So the fact that Jeff Lemire, a…

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Why I Love Comics: Danijel Zezelj

Danijel Zezelj doesn’t draw comics so much as he chisels with ink. His style is one that can be a little bracing at first; heavy blacks and thick lines dominate his work and gives the impression of – for lack…

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Review: West Coast Blues by Jacques Tardi

West Coast Blues is the first book resulting from Fantagraphics’ recently announced commitment to bring more work from French new wave creator Jacques Tardi. Tardi has long been one of the most highly regarded artists in Europe, Art Spiegelman writer/artist…

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Why I Heart Comics #1 – Kirby Dots

Do you want to know why I’m putting Kirby dots (sometimes known as Kirby crackle) as our first entry in Why I Heart Comics? Because Kirby Dots are like foreshadowing that something awesome is going to happen. Kirby dots are…

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