Author Archives: coryfoster

Cerebus re-read 2015–2016: Women

Welcome back to Mothers & Daughters! On today’s episode, Dave finally makes good on a part of the story on…

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Cerebus re-read 2015–2016: Flight

Boy, I’m not even sure where to begin with this one. It’s so dense, considering how short it is—I’ll try…

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Cerebus re-read 2015–2016: Melmoth

While researching Oscar Wilde for Jaka’s Story, Dave was sufficiently inspired by what he read to devote an entire storyline to…

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Cerebus re-read 2015–2016: Jaka’s Story

I’ve been looking forward to this one big-time. The main reason I love Cerebus is that its scope is so…

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Cerebus re-read 2015–2016: Church & State II

It’s tempting to review Church & State I & II as one work, which it technically is, but there’s definitely enough…

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Cerebus re-read 2015–2016: Church & State I

Many years ago, when I first saw Dave on that “Masters of Comic Book Art” VHS, the Church & State…

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Cerebus re-read 2015–2016: High Society

I always think of High Society as one of my favorite graphic novels of all time, but I’m always surprised…

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Cerebus Primer for Skipping the First Phonebook

The graphic novel Cerebus begins in the early 1400s on a continent called Estarcion, which is a very rough analog…

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Cerebus re-read 2015–2016: Cerebus

As I open volume 1 of my favorite work of sequential art, I’m instantly transported by the smell of the…

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