Review by Future ManIt's amazing and completely entrancing from the beginning, but by the end of the first half, everything changes and it goes off in a completely different direction. Interestingly somber and emotionless art that conveys so much emotional depth in its tone. While this is my favorite Jason story, it is very different from most of his other work.
Review by Future ManThis chapter of the Cerebus story can stand alone and doesn't need to be read along any of the other stories, however the entire series gets my highest recomendation. This series still holds the title for the longest running, independently produced comic series.
Review by Future ManProbably the coolest comic I've ever seen. Perfect document of today's comic avant-guard. Pretty much every page is done by a different artist. It also continues the Building Cities story that started in Acme Novelty Library #16, which is a personal favorite story of mine.
Review by Future ManI've never seen anything of such thoughtful and meticulous perfection in my life. The Building Cities stories blow my mind!
Review by David ZhangA great book. Explains what the title suggests
Review by David ZhangA favorite of mine since high school...
Review by David Zhangthis classic sci-fi anime tells the story of a group of teenage friends in Post-Apocalyptic Tokyo. it has inspired the movie "Chronicle"
Review by David ZhangNancy Turner is one of the foremost ethnobotanists in the Pacific Northwest. This book presents the ecological food production practices of First Nations people around the Salish Sea from several different scientific perspective.
Review by David ZhangDavid Holmgren does a wonderful job tackling the problems of Peak Oil and Climate Change from the perspective of Permaculture. He gives solid explanation for the basic principles and applies them to sustainable food production and community development. A little dry at parts, but a well-written and informative book!
Review by David Zhangone of the best books written by Jensen. He describes the prevalence of violence in late-stage capitalist industrial society and the loss of communication between humans and other life forms.
Review by Zachary RobertsonMy non-cookbook and often times my holy-book.
Review by Zachary RobertsonIt's Sunday. Should I go to our house meeting or read a little more of this?
Review by Zachary Robertsonthis book caused me to break down crying at work the morning after reading it.
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Review by David Zhangthe great saga continues. elijah's still looking for his sis. some sexy romance mixed in with the old horrorshow
Review by David Zhangone of the best series to come out in the last decade. Y The Last Man is a smart, action-filled, post-apocalyptic sci-fi thriller unlike any other.
Review by Judd MorseThis book is a great tool for anybody that is in, or is interested in, or has had a relationship. It is a wonderful set of thoughts that will help you reexamine what it means to be intimate and how you can maximize the efficacy of not only relationships between two people, but of three or even more people. The basic skills discussed in this book are effective even beyond the scope of sexually intimate interactions, and are a good guide on how to treat people with respect, honesty, and integrity and expect the same from others.