Articles by jason sacks

  1. Laika  Cover Image

    Laika

    Fifty years ago the first artificial satellite was launched in orbit.

    Comic Review Article Jason Sacks August 29, 2007
  2. Devi v1: Namaha  Cover Image

    Devi v1: Namaha

    Created by Shekhar Kapur Devi is an Indian super-heroine goddess reincarnated into the body of an ordinary woman.

    Comic Review Article Jason Sacks August 29, 2007
  3. Phonogram v1: Rue Britannia Cover Image

    Phonogram v1: Rue Britannia

    "Please don't put your life in the hands Of a Rock n Roll band Who'll throw it all away" - Oasis, "Don't Look Back in Anger" Back in the late '80s I worked as a college radio DJ.

    Comic Review Article Jason Sacks August 29, 2007
  4. Notes for a War Story Cover Image

    Notes for a War Story

    It's easy to think of wars as big events, to think that war is a conflict between two countries, two ideologies, two sects or tribes or simply groups of people.

    Comic Review Article Jason Sacks August 29, 2007
  5. The Golden Age Doctor Fate Archives v1 Cover Image

    The Golden Age Doctor Fate Archives v1

    The history of Doctor Fate kind of parallels the history of the Golden Age of comics: it starts with wild energy and enthusiasm, goes through a few spasms as it tries to find its way, and ends up being familiar, ordinary, and almost boring.

    Comic Review Article Jason Sacks August 22, 2007
  6. The Golden Age Doctor Fate Archives v1 Review Cover Image

    The Golden Age Doctor Fate Archives v1 Review

    The history of Doctor Fate kind of parallels the history of the Golden Age of comics: it starts with wild energy and enthusiasm, goes through a few spasms as it tries to find its way, and ends up being familiar, ordinary, and almost boring.

    Comic Review Article Jason Sacks July 7, 2007
  7. Steve Canyon 1952 Cover Image

    Steve Canyon 1952

    When my editor Keith Dallas offered me the opportunity to review a volume of Milton Caniff's classic Steve Canyon , I was excited.

    Comic Review Article Jason Sacks July 4, 2007