12 Jun. 2014
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All three of this month’s graphic novels are superhero books, but they all take a look at superheroes from an unconventional point of view. What do you think about this? Does it work? Do you prefer straight up superhero action?
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About the author
After receiving a copy of Web of Spider-Man #60 at his 10th birthday party, Kurtis has had a lifelong passion for comics. In 2011 he published his first book, CHUCK JONES: THE DREAM THAT NEVER WAS (IDW/Library of American Comics), featuring CRAWFORD, the unknown comic strip from the legendary Looney Tunes director. He is also the creator/cartoonist of KIDS, EH?, a daily comic strip about the real life funny things his kids say and do and co-host of the PULLBOX PODCAST, an international graphic novel book club podcast. Kurtis' taste in comics include everything from classic comic strips (Terry and the Pirates, Polly and Her Pals) to kid's comics (Zita the Space Girl, Ghostopolis) to Franco-Belgian bande dessinée (Freddy Lombard, Monsieur Jean).
Thanks guys for having Astro City as one of the suggestions. It was one of those that I kind of skipped when it first came out because I would only read DC and Marvel stuff. I’m glad I finally got to check it out, I quite enjoyed it!