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Arion

Arion, who is either from Chile or New York (it’s not really clear) writes a blog that the Outhouse steals on a regular basis.  Arion is by far the nicest of all the staff writers and the most well behaved only having been banned from one country.  One thing we really appreciate about Aroin is that he writes his reviews in English and Spanish and we hope someday he’ll translate this blurb for us.  We’re not so good at languages, just look at how well we write in English if you need proof.  You should bookmark Arion’s blog -  http://artbyarion.blogspot.com – and actually look at it.  There will be a quiz at the end of every month.

 

The Pro - Garth Ennis Amanda Conner

Most superheroes have secret identities and a civilian life. Clark Kent, for instance, is a journalist. Hawkman is an archeologist. Daredevil is a lawyer. Hulk is a scientist. Doctor Strange is a...

Miracleman # 6 7 - Alan Moore Alan Davis

Miracleman attacks! / ¡Miracleman ataca!While Doctor Gargunza tells Liz Moran the details of his horrid past, Miracleman and Evelyn Cream track down the old villain and find his well-guarded...

July comic books / cómics de julio

With half a dozen of great comics, July proves to be a very fruitful month.

Pájaros en la cabeza - Mónica Cuba Isabelle Decencière

I started this blog a long time ago, or at least that’s how it feels to me.

Swamp Thing # 61, 62, 63 64 - Moore, Veitch Bissette

Alan Moore’s Swamp Thing, like all literary masterpieces, was in constant evolution. It began as a horror title, then it started combining “sophisticated suspense” with fantasy, but in the...

Planetary # 4 - Warren Ellis John Cassaday

So far the Archeologists of the Impossible have been dealing with the secrets of the 20th century, but this time, amidst the rubbles of a destroyed office building, they find something else,...

Swamp Thing # 57, 58, 59 60 - Moore, Veitch Totleben

Sometimes it’s quite difficult for me to imagine how DC Comics survived. As most of you might know, DC went through a rough patch in the 80s, the so-called “implosion”, instead of launching...

Silver Surfer # 1, 2 3 - Dan Slott Mike Allred

When Stan Lee and Jack Kirby introduced Silver Surfer to the public in the pages of Fantastic Four, he was the herald of Galactus, an obedient servant that would find worlds so that his master could...

El viaje - Mónica Cuba (Galería Yvonne Sanguineti)

Faithful to my promise, I’m including the new restored pages of Miracleman #5 You can find my original review here:http://artbyarion.blogspot.com/2013/01/miracleman-5-alan-moore-alan-davis.html Now...

Miracleman Book 1: A Dream of Flying

In Miracleman Book 1: A Dream of Flying, Marvel collects issues 1 through 5 of the famed series.