November 2015 (Issue 23)

Rhiannon Rasmussen-Silverstein guest-edits this comics-themed issue of The Big Click, so get ready for some visual storytelling. Nero O’Reilly starts us off with “Noir,” a short dark wordless tale, and Chan Chau gives us a peek into the criminal nature of relationships. We also have some comics-themed nonfiction from Elle Collins, plus capsule reviews of two comics and one bleak as heck novel.

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November Editorial

The Aesthetics of Crime My first contact with noir-style in comics was Eisner’s A Contract With God, a series of related shorts set in a crumbling inner-city tenement. I was too young to understand what the stories were about, or to feel anything but vague unease at the crude stereotypes of the Jewish characters, but the […]



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