Wizard Magazine

paul chadwick's concrete reflected in a mirror

Wizard #23: Paul Chadwick

Paul Chadwick's Concrete was the subject of a "Palmer's Picks" column, but what happens when you lose interest in a comic you used to like?
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Wizard #22: Larry Marder

Larry Marder's Tales of the Beanworld is a most peculiar comic book experience, but my "Palmer's Picks" about it had a decidedly peculiar opening line.
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mike allred's madman adventures trade paperback cover

Wizard #21: Mike Allred

The early work of Madman creator Mike Allred was the topic of the day for "Palmer's Picks" in the spring of 1993, and now you can experience it again!
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Wizard #20: Scott McCloud

I profiled Underrstanding Comics author Scott McCloud before his landmark book. Delve into his early work with a revisit of my original "Palmer's Picks."
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Wizard #19: Rick Veitch

"Palmer's Picks" focused on legendary comics creator Rick Veitch and his King Hell Heroica books Bratpack and The Maximortal in early 1993.
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Wizard #18: Ted McKeever

Underappreciated genius Ted McKeever was the "Palmer's Picks" in issue 18, where I examined his interconnected comics Eddy Current, Metropol, and more.
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cover of the first trade paperback of art speigelman's maus a survivor's tale from raw magazine

Wizard #17: Christmas 1992

Take a look back at what might be the weirdest Christmas list ever assembled: Maus, Bone, Skin, Madman, and more in "Palmer's Picks" from winter 1992.
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martin wagner's hepcats comic book cover

Wizard #16: Martin Wagner

Troubled self-publisher Martin Wagner, and his comic Hepcats, was the focus of my tenth "Palmer's Picks" column. Where did it all go wrong?
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eddie campbell's bacchus on the cover of deadface immortality isn't forever trade paperback

Wizard #15: Eddie Campbell

Eddie Campbell's Deadface got the "Palmer's Picks" spotlight, and now you can look back at all of the excitement just like it was '92 again.
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