History

The Mullins Library – January 2020

As I mentioned, I have been posting over on Instagram about graphic novels and comics in my library. Here’s a list of what I’ve discussed this first month. The Minotaur’s Tale by Al Davison Kling Klang Klatch by Ian McDonald and David Lyttleton Orchid by T. Edward Bak, Gabrielle Bell, Ben Catmull, Kevin Huizenga, David Lasky, Lark Pien, Jessie Reklaw, …

The Mullins Library

Moving makes you realize how many books you have. I’ve been reading comics since about sixth grade. I haven’t kept absolutely everything I’ve ever bought, but I have a lot of it. And most of this stuff is not in print anymore. I keep thinking that I should donate it all to a library or start one of my own. …

my comics history

For people of my generation, the common comics history they tell is that they started with superheroes and then sometime in late high school or college grew tired of the tights and serendipitously discovered Love and Rockets or Eightball. And that was it. My story has always been different. Yes, I read some superheroes, but not much and not for …