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Articles by Greg McElhatton

Aria, Volume 2

Comics

Kozue Amano's transformation of Mars into an otherworldly Venice, complete with canals and gondolas, is so enchanting you'd want to move there.

Cat Eyed Boy, Vol. 1

Comics

One of the masters of Japanese horror comics merges the anthology-with-host comic with the traveling-nomad-encountering-horror comic, with bizarre and fun results.

Final Crisis #1

Comics

After a year's lead in, "Final Crisis" finally debuts... not with a bang, but rather a whimper.

One-Pound Gospel, Vol. 1

Comics

Dusted off for a new edition, "One-Pound Gospel" is still surprisingly charming, even if it doesn't seem entirely sure at first just what it's trying to be.

Infinity Inc. #9

Comics

An ill-selling book attempts to revamp itself, but "Infinity Inc." attempts to look more like every other superhero comic on the market. It's disastrous.

True Story, Swear to God #11

Comics

Tom Beland's book is charming as always, telling the story of his real-life romance, but at times one can't help but wish that it moved a bit faster.

Justice League of America #20

Comics

Possibly the first time Dwayne McDuffie's run on the book isn't editorially mandated, and which shows a hint of promise for him eventually writing his own stories.

Ganges #2

Comics

In a line full of high-quality books, Kevin Huizenga's "Ganges" is the absolute pinnacle, and something that belongs in every comic reader's collection.

Batman and the Outsiders #6

Comics

In a revamped book where everything has supposedly changed, the only real difference seems to be a slower pace with slightly difference faces.

Translucent #3

Comics

A disease that turns people translucent is used as a metaphor for wanting to hide in a surprisingly effective way.

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