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Charles Vess’ The Book of Ballads

This review was originally published in 2004. Really cool things arrive here at Green Man for review, some so cool that they barely make it out of the wrappers before being snatched up by an eager staffer. Fortunately the revised … Continue reading

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David Peterson’s Mouse Guard: Legends of the Guard, Vols. 1-3

Given the popularity and critical acclaim of David Peterson’s Mouse Guard series (as witness our own very positive review of the first book, Mouse Guard: Fall 1152), it was almost inevitable that there would be spin-offs. And indeed, Peterson has … Continue reading

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Art Spiegelman’s MetaMaus

Art Spiegelman’s Maus was a monumental undertaking. I don’t mean because of how it changed the way the world looks at and thinks about Hitler’s genocide against the Jews of Europe, or the way the world looks at and thinks … Continue reading

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