by M. Delmonico Connolly

My Private Lennon – Sibbie O’Sullivan

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The Beatles in some way offered themselves to be viewed, to be ogled and admired, to be lusted after. To frame it even in this way, however, is to give so much precedence to the object.

The River at Night – Kevin Huizenga

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At a time when history-altering acts take on an almost mundane insignificance, comics artist Kevin Huizenga’s THE RIVER AT NIGHT makes thought, banal and half-remembered quotidian thought, a moving drama of consciousness.

The Temple of Silence – Justin Duerr

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“Wiggle much?” Probably not as much as I should.

BTTM FDRS – Ezra Claytan Daniels and Ben Passmore

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One wonders what kind of blood-curdling monster story might have come out of CLTR VLTR.