Benjamin Mazzara

Sex and Social Disorders

Sex and Social Disorders

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04/30/2014

I’m not sure how a comic like writer Matt Fraction and artist Chip Zdarsky’s Sex Criminals #5  got past an editor. It’s not bad (in fact, I would say it’s one of the best comics of the year), but good lord in heaven, this has a premise that I don’t think I could ever explain to…

Harley Quinn’s Craziness Is Outstanding

Harley Quinn’s Craziness Is Outstanding

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04/15/2014

Character development in the superhero genre is harder than you would think. With numerous writers and artists presenting the cape and cowl crowd over and over again, it’s hard for radical changes and development in a character to really have lasting power. Sometimes, these changes are not done for the right reason or are just…

The Life and Times of Two Face

The Life and Times of Two Face

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04/08/2014

Writer Peter J. Tomasi and artist Patrick Gleason’s Batman and Two-Face #28 issue is not only an absolutely fantastic comic in itself, but it is also a stellar conclusion to a five-issue mini-series of Batman’s first interaction with the duality-based villain, Two-Face. It’s not only beautifully drawn, but goes into a great amount of intimate…

The World’s Weirdest

The World’s Weirdest

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04/01/2014

Writer Paul Levitz’ and artist Diogenes Neves’s World’s Finest: Huntress and Power Girl Annual #1 is a weird comic. Not only is the basic premise hard for even the most knowledgeable of comic fans to swallow, but Levitz’s writing and characterization for characters like Supergirl and Wonder Woman are head-scratching.  Even the comic’s status as…

Where is the nuance? The new Batman dissapoints

Where is the nuance? The new Batman dissapoints

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03/25/2014

Ever since Christopher Nolan’s trilogy, Batman has experienced an immense rise in popularity.  Not only has the Caped Crusader slowly made his way into almost every DC Comics movie and television franchise, but he has formed almost a quarter of DC Comic’s monthly comic releases.  However this does not mean that Batman is always written…

‘She-Hulk #1’ is a perfect balance

‘She-Hulk #1’ is a perfect balance

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03/18/2014

I got to admit, I love She-Hulk. There’s something ridiculously charming about a female hero that not only is comfortable with herself enough to have a sense of humor, but one that has a respectable job on the side. I realize that this may be a strange statement to some, but what one has to…

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