Premise: More commentary from everyone’s favorite oblivious goof.
The second graphic novel based on the massive wrestler, Closer to Heaven gives Andre Roussimoff a lot more character than Box Brown’s biography did. It verges on soap opera at times, but it’s a welcome trade-off for the more personal narrative the reader gets.
Welcome to the Weekly Fiver, where I’ll pick five recently released songs of varying degrees of quality and thoroughly break them down for you. No two songs will be on the same tier, and they’ll be listed from best to worst. The top song will be an excellent must-hear tune, while the bottom song will be one you ought to stay away from or else you will make your ears sad. It’s all very scientific.
Daniel Clowes’ foul-mouthed teenage odyssey is widely considered a cult classic, and succeeds on most fronts. As with other Clowes works though, your enjoyment depends entirely on your capacity for unlikable characters.
Premise: A variety of topics opined on by a totally oblivious and problematic goofball.