In Defense Of Traditional Comics : Jack Turnbull’s “The Wash-A-Shores”


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I’ll be the first to admit that, around these parts, I tend to let my biases as a reader show, and that they inform (or maybe that shout be infect?) my biases as a critic. Stuff that can generally be described as “avant-garde,” or as “art comics,” or at the very least as “non-traditional” tends to be what I prefer to spend my time with and on, and I also give extra consideration to work that I haven’t seen reviewed anywhere else. Whether this is good or bad I leave up to each reader of this blog to decide for themselves, but I’d be lying if I said every single comic that I either purchase or receive is given absolutely equal consideration when it comes to deciding whether or not I want to take the time to review it.

And yet — there’s certainly nothing wrong with good…

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One response to “In Defense Of Traditional Comics : Jack Turnbull’s “The Wash-A-Shores”

  1. Pingback: Lisa’s Week in Review: 4/5/21 — 4/11/21 | Through the Shattered Lens

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