Wednesday, August 10, 2005


Concrete is one of the finest examples of comics literature on the market. I've been reading Paul Chadwick's Concrete for years, or perhaps I should say, every couple of years when a mini-series is released. Recently, I was captivated by "The Human Dilemma", a fascinating exploration of parenting and population control (and you're thinking comics are still only for kids?) Just released today, Depths is an affordable collection (only $12.95) of Chadwick's hard to find early Concrete stories. I picked up my copy this afternoon at Mile High Comics, and I cannot wait to get started reading!

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