Everyone's favorite attention-hogging autocrat is getting not one, but two graphic biographies next year.
In which J.T. learns some books CAN be judged by their flashy, incoherent covers.
tl;dr, I've met my mediocrity quota for the year.
Though thematic and tonal variation makes it feel scattershot at times, Gorelovo nails the concept of an otherworldly town where anything is possible.
I'm not about to review yet another klyukovorific thriller.
It was a shallow, derivative work. And that was before the zombies arrived.
Insert a nod to the topical "Space Force" nonsense here.
Sometimes less is more.
What if the sexy Russian femme fatale was actually the hero? And her story was given to a B-list conventional comics writer?
In which J.T. breaks the unspoken rule of not reviewing Marvel/superhero comics on her site.
With dynamic illustration and suspenseful, outlandish stories, Pionerskaya Pravda is a great choice for anyone wanting a light read on a summer evening.
It's rare to find a comic which ends up as dogmatic as the system it critiques. Rarer still to find one with dogma and astounding artwork.