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KILL SHAKESPEARE

KILL SHAKESPEARE Vol 1 cover

By Chris Wilson Editor-in-Geek REVIEW In the middle of a moss-cobbled stone room sits an iron cauldron bubbling with the sweat and suffering of souls. Around it stands the witches three, each with a bone to mix the pot. With their cackles they stir and chant and create their delicious abomination boiled on the backs of the bards of old.

EARTHLING

Earthling Cover

By Noah Student Reviewer Age 10, Grade 4 Nixa, MO Great book! It starts out when a kid and his father move to a new house, a telescope lab. Someone surprisingly was sneaking in the house, kind of like AMULET vol. 1. His father then sent him to bed because he had his first school day in his new school. Then, the next day he got on the wrong bus. Unfortunately that bus was for a school in outerspace not his school. Then he meets a friend named Gort. The kid, Bud, told Gort he was an earthling. Earthlings were enemies to […] Read More

GOVERNMENT ISSUE: COMICS FOR THE PEOPLE, 1940S-2000S

Government Issue Comics For The People 1940-2000

By Kevin Hodgson Staff Writer STORY SUMMARY In this extensive and intriguing collection of comics through the years, you suddenly realize how often comics were used to educate and influence the American public through rhetoric and persuasive writing by our government. In a 1942 pamphlet called “Pocket Guide to China” by the US military for soldiers stationed in Asia, the headline of “How to Spot a Jap” really jumps out at you. Or, it should. And that’s when you begin to realize the extent of comics being used to influence the minds of many.