While I normally find Grant Morrison‘s work thoroughly thought-provoking and compelling (and often migraine inducing), the three volumes of Wonder Woman: Earth One proved a much more of a slog to get through, ironically enough. That is not to say
My Chemical Romance’s Gerard Way and Gabriel Ba’s now-famous The Umbrella Academy: The Apocalypse Suite is best described as a bare-bones, psychedelic deconstruction of the superhero genre and its’ subgenre’s much in the vein of Grant Morrison’s Doom Patrol –
Leave it to Grant Morrison to write about something as headache inducing as a murder mystery centred upon a multiversal godlike presence and the side effects of its dying body falling through time itself. As headache inducing as it might
Minutes to Midnight: Twelve Essays on Watchmen, edited by Richard Bensam,examines Watchmen from a variety of perspectives to uncover surprising answers to many questions. What does it reveal about the history of scientific theory? How is the atom bombing of Hiroshima refracted through its pages?
Most Sequart books and movies address some aspect of comics history, but these two releases are especially designed to investigate and further our understanding of the history of this medium we love. The British Invasion: Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, Grant Morrison,