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In AMY MAYNARD’S last comic book review for On The Record, she endures a mediocre graphic novel, explores the wonders of MAD Magazine and enjoys a comic book about a comic shop guy written by a comic shop guy. What a sentence.
AMY LOUISE MAYNARD is back and she’s talking all things love! But when we say love, we mean the really sad and rubbish bits of love that make you cry and eat lots of dairy. She also reviews an old and a new Australia classic- what more could you need?
‘Kid, where’s the tights? The masks? The whams, the bams, ka-pows and the caped crew kiboshes?!’ Right here, concerned reader! After a small break, AMY LOUISE MAYNARD is back with her regular comic book feature to tell you which hero-comics (or anti-hero-comics) you should read.
Missed the first ever Oz Comic-Con? Here’s the official verdict on the 2012 Oz Comic-Con from vessel of geek-knowledge, AMY LOUISE MAYNARD, who spent the weekend amongst the masses and with the stars.
Resident comic book expert AMY LOUISE MAYNARD went along to the first ever Oz Comic-Con in Adelaide and spoke to a few famous faces (and voices).
AMY LOUISE MAYNARD asks four comic industry heavyweights about the state of Australia’s comic book industry at the 2012 Oz Comic-Con, including Doug Holgate (Moccocco), Queenie Chan (Odd is On Our Side), Jon Sommariva (Star Wars Tales) David Yardin (Astonishing X-Men) and Dave De Vries (Southern Squadron).
The great comics theorist Scott McCloud once said: “Any man who designs a costume for a female superhero should have to wear that costume for a whole week.” AMY MAYNARD explores the portrayal of women in comic books and poses the question: why is this such a man’s world?
In a stroke of good fortune for local comic book and pop culture fans, Adelaide has been chosen to host the Australian debut of Oz Comic – Con at the end of the month, writes LAURA PIETROBON.
Our resident comic book guru has deeply-rooted concerns about the world of Manga and has up until now avoided it. But for the interests of her readers, her fans and fellow comic book lovers, AMY LOUISE MAYNARD takes her first baby steps into the world of Manga, and may have found something to her liking…
This is it! The second period’s periodical comic review from AMY LOUISE MAYNARD is cram full of pulp-noir tales, comic books on personal grief and the best kids comic book an adult would enjoy.