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Artvoice Weekly Edition » Issue v14n28 (07/16/2015) » Section: Graphic Traffic


The year is 1916, and the Great War has been raging for well over a year. Nations are locked together through handshake treaties. Their soldiers are dying between trenches for barely any land gain. On the Russian home front, the people are starving. This is the backdrop for the historical graphic novel Petrograd, a story about the plot to assassinate the most influential man in all of Russia—the Mad Monk Grigori Rasputin.

Peppermint Butler and Cinnamon Bun: Candy Capers. A New Adventure Time Mystery

Full disclosure: I am a huge fan of Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time. It is definitely one of the cleverest, weirdest, saddest and most meaningful animated shows I’ve seen in a long time. (if you see me at a party, DON’T bring up Prismo.)

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