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This is Propaganda, I’m Richard Bruton and this is what I’ve been reading lately: Scarlet Traces Written by Ian Edginton Art by D’Israeli This is a fantastic yet simple book; beautifully written, delightfully drawn, full...

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This is Propaganda, I’m Richard Bruton and this is what I’ve been reading lately: Black Summer Issue 0 Written by Warren Ellis Art by Juan Jose Ryp 8 Pages. 8 bloody pages. That’s all there...

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This is Propaganda, I’m Richard Bruton and this is what I’ve been reading lately: Silver Surfer – Requiem issue 1 of 4 Written by J Michael Straczynski, Art by Esad Ribic How can anyone not...

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This is Propaganda, I’m Richard Bruton and this is what I’ve been reading lately: The Left Bank Gang By Jason (cover to Jason’s Left Bank Gang, published by Fantagraphics) Jason’s art is a beautiful European...

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This is Propaganda, I’m Richard Bruton and this is what I’ve been reading lately: Astonishing X-Men Written by Joss Whedon, Art by John Cassaday Volume 1: Gifted Volume 2: Dangerous Volume 3: Torn Astonishing X-Men...

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This is Propaganda, I’m Richard Bruton and this is what I’ve been reading lately: Strangers in Paradise by Terry Moore. 116 issues, 19 volumes. 1993-2007 (cover art to Strangers in Paradise volume 1 issue 1...

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This is Propaganda, I’m Richard Bruton and this is what I’ve been reading lately: The Eternals Written by Neil Gaiman Art by John Romita Jr Of course, the first thing that you notice about this...

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Propaganda looks at Wimbledon Green

June 13, 2007 | 1 Comments

Wimbledon Green: The Greatest Comic Book Collector In The World. By Seth This is Propaganda, I’m Richard Bruton and this is what I’ve been reading lately: in the introduction to this wonderful little book Seth...

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This is Propaganda, I’m Richard Bruton and this is what I’ve been reading lately: DMZ Volume 1: On The Ground Written by Brian Wood Art by Riccardo Burchielli Based on his previous track record with...

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Michel Gagne is a really underrated author and I’d hazard a guess that very few people will have actually heard of him. For a start he’s incredibly difficult to pigeonhole or categorise; is he a...

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