Three reviews worth a thousand words

A great comic review can make you feel like you've read the book without showing you so much as a panel...but, y'know, showing a panel really can't hurt. And three recent reviews -- Tucker Stone on Taiyo Matsumoto's Blue Spring, Charles Hatfield on Blaise Larmee's Young Lions, and Noah Berlatsky on Junji Ito's Uzumaki -- really struck me with their well-selected spot art. A glance at each review's illustrations -- dynamic, sexy, and horrific respectively -- can probably tell you whether these books are the kind of thing you wanna check out, which is great, because each review is a solid examination of what makes them worth checking out in the first place. Click the links, feast your eyes, and see what you think.

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