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Comics: A Town Called Dragon, An In-Depth Ef Review

23 September 2014 9:56 AM, PDT | | See recent ComicBookMovie news »

A Town Called Dragon General Information Released: September 24th, 2014 Publisher: Legendary Comics Writer:  Judd Winick Artist: Geoff Shaw Colorist: Jamie Grant Letter: Sean Konot Book & Logo Designer: John J. Hill Associate Editor: Greg Tumbarello Editor: Bob Schreck  Official Website Cbm Interviews Writer: Judd Winick (Available Soon!)   Editorial Biases I tend to prefer comic books and graphic novels that are off the beaten path. Even for comics published by mainstream publishers, sometimes you get relatively unique pieces that are not really the norm. We're flooded by superheroes with brightly colored uniforms, exquisitely simple secret identities and a variety of powers, weapons and technology to boot. It's nice sometimes to get something different where the concept of less-is-more almost reigns dominant.  Those are the comics I tend to love the most, because they make big statements while understating their premise, their cause, their purpose for telling their story. Whenever I get my »

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‘Harley Quinn’ shows us a Harley not defined by her relationship to the Joker

19 June 2014 5:05 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »


Harley Quinn Series

Written by Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti

Art by Chad Hardin and Stephane Roux

Colors by Alex Sinclair

Letterer John J. Hill

Covers by Amanda Conner and Paul Mount

Published by DC Comics 

DC’s current Harley Quinn ongoing series does something that has never been done with the character: it gives her an identity not defined by the Joker. Quinn has forever been the long suffering companion to the Clown Prince of Crime, so much so that it’s hard to think of her as her own character and not just an extension of the Joker. DC must have felt the same way because when they started everything over with the New 52, they gave the character of Harley Quinn a complete makeover. Gone are the days of the red and black jester suit and domino mask. The new Dr. Harleen Quinnzel favors red and black bustiers and matching booty shorts. »

- Zachary Zagranis

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