Feb. 12th, 2015

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'Star Wars is enough to drive any fair-minded observer of popular culture insane. I sit in horror, watching otherwise sane-minded individuals wander out of the latest cinematic monstrosity cursing George Lucas' name only to - a handful of months later - go out and buy the DVD anyway "for the extras". You scratch your head at the AintItFatFacedAmericansInTheirBasements somehow claiming the original trilogy were the high points of cinematic history, when only Empire stands up as anything more than campy high adventure and Jedi is covered in a frankly embarrassing Ewokitis. And you grit your teeth as reviewer after reviewer adds twenty percent to a game's score because it's got Stormtroopers and the real Lightsabre sound effects. In short: I hate Star Wars.' - Kieron Gillen

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Eh, whatever. Here's something one of my pals from tumblr, the esteemed Juliandroid, drew in her spare time. I contributed the original idea... by which I mean I stole the general thrust behind this, combined it with my sudden and inexplicable desire to see a chubby Joker, and added a few more suggestions, all of which Miss Droid incorporated.

Then I commended mirth, because a villain hath no better thing under the sun, than to eat, and to drink, and to be merry... )

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If I had to pick my favorite character in all of a fiction, it would be...

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NEWSARAMA: David, tell us why you agreed to write a Crossed tale?

DAVID LAPHAM: For the fame, the cash, and the negatives. Also, I felt I was repressed by all the happy comics I write and needed an outlet.


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David Mazzucchelli is probably best-known to this community as the artist on mainstream superhero storylines like Daredevil: Born Again and Batman: Year One. However, after completing the art for those projects, he moved on to indie comics which he wrote as well as illustrated. His Rubber Blanket anthology series and his adaptation (with Paul Karasik) of Paul Auster's City of Glass won some acclaim, but his 2009 magnum opus, the graphic novel Asterios Polyp (Pantheon) created a sensation in the indie/alternative comics world. It earned many enthusiastic reviews, and several awards, for its thought-provoking and moving story, filled with references to classical mythology, as well as its art and layout which played with the form of the comics medium.

7 pages out of 344; NSFW for brief nudity )

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