TCAF was in May, and I came out of it with a few comics, and a desire to read lots more.
61. Spike: The Complete Series, by Brian Lynch
(IDW Publishing, 2012)
While Spike was my favourite character on Buffy the Vampire Slayer (the television series), he’s lost something in the comic. Lynch seems intent on making him a male fantasy of a sex symbol, rather than exploring the complex background depicted in the later seasons of Buffy and Angel. It’s a shame. Even so, it was…interesting to see how Spike came to be king of a steampunk spaceship piloted by giant cockroaches.
62. Testament, by Dennis Lee
(House of Anansi Press, 2012) Continue reading »