CAPES\NO CAPES: Comics picks by Hero Complex and G4TV

Dec. 02, 2010 | 8:32 p.m.

A comic book store can be a vast and wonderful landscape, but sometimes it’s nice to have a compass to help you as you wander those aisles. With that in mind, the Hero Complex and the mighty G4TV.com have teamed up for a weekly series of video recommendations. Geoff Boucher of the Hero Complex will select and celebrate a new release  from the vivid world of superheroes and more traditional-minded fare, and the always insightful Blair Butler of G4′s Fresh Ink blog will recommend a worthy new release from the “nonspandex” side of comics, those graphic novels and alternative press titles that use their comics panels in the name of memoir, literary experimentation or underground voice.

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One Response to CAPES\NO CAPES: Comics picks by Hero Complex and G4TV

  1. AmbroseKalifornia says:

    This is a good pairing.

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