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Peter Snejbjerg has long been a member of the elite team of artists assembled by Mike Mignola to illustrate the various titles that make up the Hellboy-BPRD universe,... Read morePublished 7 months ago by C. K. Lidster
After reading multiple reviews for this GN, I was looking forward to reading it. However the entirety of the tale is 'super powers make people crazy. Read morePublished 8 months ago by DougLas Fleury
While not extraordinary, it is a very good read. It claims to be a philosophical story...but it is not; it's about the wrong guy becoming a demi-god. Read morePublished 10 months ago by JC
Looking at the reviews for this comic it feels like it's popularity can only be explained by everyone having read it in a cultural vacuum. Read morePublished 12 months ago by M. Young
Great take on gaining super powers, and losing control. It was suggested from a comic book thread from Reddit and ive not been disapoi trd so far. Highly recommended.Published 17 months ago by Ryan G.
A God Somewhere is one of the most philosophically fertile works in its medium. It posits, and then examines through its consequences, a revolutionary idea: that what we think of... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Matthew Sheahan
I picked up A God Somewhere thinking it would be something just to pass the time. As I began to read, I realized that this was a pretty good story. Read morePublished on February 8, 2013 by T. Teetson
This is the text for A God Somewhere from my comics blog, Breaking the Fourth Wall, which can be found at: bt4wall [dot] wordpress [dot] com
A God Somewhere is a graphic... Read more
John Arcudi wrote one of my favorite "forgotten" comics of the 1990s. MAJOR BUMMER, his series with Dough Mahnke, was a humorous take on the "average joe gets superpowers" concept;... Read morePublished on February 7, 2011 by Jamie S. Rich