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Marek Miller – The Pope and the General

Dodano: 23 April 2016 | Michał Chudoliński

“General Jaruzelski has proclaimed August 31as The Day of Work and Peace. He emphasizes: THE AUTHORITY MIGHT NOT APPEAL TO US, YET IT IS THE ONLY IMMORTAL WAY OF PEACE AND STABILIZATION” Laibach – Jaruzelski Mixing literature and comics is not unseen in some lucky places on Earth, but so far we did not have […]

Batman: The Long Halloween

Dodano: 6 November 2013 | Michał Chudoliński

The author of the review is Michal Siromski. You can find more about him here. It won’t be an exaggeration to say that “Batman: The Long Halloween” is one of the most anticipated comics on the Polish market. The publisher, Egmont, represented by Tomasz Kołodziejczak repeatedly refused to publish this title, arguing that its price would […]

Heart of Hush

Dodano: 20 September 2013 | Michał Chudoliński

BATMAN: HEART OF HUSH Jeph Loeb and Jim Lee’s Hush did not, despite the grand scale and solid artwork, use even one fourth of the titular Batman foe’s potential. In the story, Thomas Elliot is shown as a master of puppets hiding his real intentions in the shadow. His description is one-dimensional and bland, which […]

DARK KNIGHT OF THE ROUND TABLE

Dodano: 18 September 2013 | Michał Chudoliński

DARK KNIGHT OF THE ROUND TABLE   Without a doubt, the Arthurian legends are some of the most important and most influential European myths. Created most likely between the sixth and the seventh century, the stories were for a few centuries passed on orally by minstrels. It is only in the twelfth century that they […]

Batman: The Golden Streets of Gotham

Dodano: 6 May 2013 | Michał Chudoliński

The author of the review is Michal Siromski. You can find more about him here. Americans have a very particular view of their history and national identity. It is no accident that their life philosophy was summarised as the “American Way”, an attitude combining pragmatism, independence, individualism and the pursuit of happiness against all odds. […]