Cliff Chiang

Detective Comics 784 (September 2003)

Oh, look it’s Batman actually detecting things in Detective Comics. Ed Brubaker sets up a very interesting case, with a serial killer from Green Lantern Alan Scott’s days in the forties apparently returning. He splits the issue mostly between Jim Gordon and Batman, but Scott gets some pages too. Toggling between Batman and Gordon proves […]

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Wonder Woman 3 (January 2012)

Does Wonder Woman really need a secret origin? If she does, she needs someone better than Azzarello writing it. His dialogue this issue, as Diana’s secret is revealed to her, is awful. I couldn’t read it fast enough and there was always more. This issue also marks me giving up on Chiang. I love his […]

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Neil Young’s Greendale (2010)

So Greendale is a comic book (graphic novel, whatever–I suppose it’s a graphic novel, since there aren’t issue breaks and it’s not a collection) written by a man, illustrated by a man, based on an album by a man… featuring exceptionally strong female characters. They’re kind of nature witches, really. But it’s about the women […]

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