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Writer Top Five: Kurt Busiek


The latest in my posts about the writers who have the most comics in my collection, and my favourite books of theirs, is about Kurt Busiek (pronounced BYOO-sik), the prolific and multi-award-winning writer who redefined the approach to writing superhero comic books that are about superhero comic books. I’m probably similar to many comic book fans with respect to how…

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From A Library – Conan: The Frost-Giant’s Daughter And Other Stories


Conan #0–6 and part of #7 by Kurt Busiek and Cary Nord Even though I’m a fan of genre stories, I’ve never read any Conan the Barbarian, which includes the original pulp stories and the respected comics by Roy Thomas and Barry Windsor-Smith; I’ve only seen the Schwarzenegger films and didn’t really care for them. Therefore, I wasn’t particularly interested…

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From A Library – Superman: Camelot Falls vol 2


Superman #662‒664, 667 and Annual #13 by Kurt Busiek & Carlos Pacheco This second trade of Busiek & Pacheco’s run on Superman, finishing off the story started in the first Camelot Falls collection, which I reviewed here. To catch up: Arion has told Superman that Superman will be responsible for a dystopic future, due to his continued battle against evil,…

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