Sequential State – the comics criticism archive of Alex Hoffman

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  • Comics That Challenged Me in 2018: Part 3

    Comics That Challenged Me in 2018: Part 3

    Welcome back, dear reader! Hopefully you’ve had a good weekend and are ready to jump back into the Comics that Challenged Me in 2018 – if this is your first look at my annual year-end wrap up, please head back over to parts 1 and 2 to check the first 10 entries in the list. […]

  • Review: Eternal Friendship by Anouck Durand

    Review: Eternal Friendship by Anouck Durand

    (This review of Anouck Durand’s Eternal Friendship was originally published by The Comics Journal on March 14th, 2018. You can find the original review here.) From the perspective of a reader of comics, the graphic novel is a mature aspect of the world of book publishing. But the larger literary world is hesitant to put unique and […]

  • New Review of Anouck Durand’s Eternal Friendship on The Comics Journal

    New Review of Anouck Durand’s Eternal Friendship on The Comics Journal

    The title says it all – my first review for The Comics Journal was published this morning. The book is Anouck Durand’s Eternal Friendship. The book was originally published in France as Amitié Éternelle, and translated by Elizabeth Zuba for the small US-based publisher Siglio Press. In it, Durand uses official and personal photographs from Albanian state […]