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www.stripburger.org 96 pages This volume of Stripburger contains the usual strong conglomeration of interviews (Julie Doucet and Lars Sjunnesson), reviews (Craig Thompson’s Habibi), and a plethora of international comics, wherein “the coming apocalypse” seems to be the loose theme, whether … Continue reading

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This issue of Stripburger possesses the usual amazing array of Eastern European selections, with forays into Northern Europe, and even North and South America at times. It somehow maintains both its progressive “big-boy” anthology aesthetic, while also give a nod … Continue reading

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www.stripburger.org At just 2.5 Euro, Stripburger remains one of the best “bang for the buck” anthologies out there. As usual, there are a few translation oddities throughout, but it’s close enough to squarely parse the meaning and navigate your way … Continue reading

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