The Epic of the Last Arrival

Hello dear readers of The ComicBook Imperative. As August slowly comes to an end and we are getting back from our vacations, it is time to pick up new comicbooks and start new literary journeys. Because the thirst for more stories and more journeys to fantastical places will never be quenched. The Last Arrival by… Continue reading The Epic of the Last Arrival

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What does your loneliness look like? An adventure in the world of Lonesomes

"Lonesomes" is one of those unexpected surprises that I am grateful for. Ryan Little, the creator of this comicbook series, has reached out to me and he offered me a generous sneak peek to the brilliant story of a lonely boy and his new friend, a creature of incredible power and beauty. "Lonesomes" is a story… Continue reading What does your loneliness look like? An adventure in the world of Lonesomes

A World in Ruins

If the world you know is one of Marvels, where men without fear face horror unarmed, and women in flight ride the upper reaches of the weather then, only a misstep or a stopped heartbeat away, is a world of Ruins. -Warren Ellis, Ruins  It's the dawn of a new day (and quite possibly a… Continue reading A World in Ruins

Moon Knight: Identity & Perception of Reality

Moon Knight has been a comicbook that I only found out about recently. I knew Moon Knight as a character of course, but I never really read any of his stories. And yet, through a twist of fate you might say, I read the new run from Jeff Lemire and art by Greg Smallwood and I was… Continue reading Moon Knight: Identity & Perception of Reality