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Stripped Archive

Note: The Long Island Voice has closed and its Web site has been shut down. Therefore, I will be gradually restoring the columns here as a courtesy to readers. The columns are still copyrighted 1997-1998 Long Island Voice and are presented here under fair use guidelines. Prior to the paper's demise, ComicSutra linked to LI Voice's archives to present the material.

Thugs Are Just Drawn That Way  (Oct. 15-21, 1998)

Why Buffy Slays Me (Oct. 8-14, 1998)

Drawn to Quality Journalism (Oct. 1-7, 1998)

TV Version Is Something to Crow About (Sept. 24-30, 1998)

Daredevil Risk Pays Off  (Sept. 17-23, 1998)

Blade: The Wolfman's Vampire (Sept. 3-10, 1998)

Tales of the Unexpected, Sort Of (Comic-Con Notes) Aug. 27-Sept. 2, 1998

Notes on the Def Con (Aug. 20-26, 1998)

Wonder If They'll Ever Learn  (Aug. 13-19, 1998)

Bloody Good Fun (Aug. 6-12, 1998)

3+3 = Great (July 30-Aug. 5, 1998)

An Awards Vote That's a Real Lulu (July 23-29, 1998)

Granted, JLA is a Mess But It's Not All His Fault (July 16-22, 1998)

Code Blue Comes Back to Life (July 9-15, 1998)

Waiting Is the Hardest Part (July 2-8, 1998)

Save the Biz: Add Live Girls (June 25-July 1, 1998)

Miller Makes History (June 18-24, 1998)

Soul of a Machine; Vampirella-Painkiller Jane  (June 11-17, 1998)

A Bitch You Can Count On  (June 4-10, 1998)

Pay Your Share for Free Speech  (May 28-June 3, 1998)

 The Literary Crowd Gets Drawn In; Nick Fury Movie  (May 21-27, 1998)

Cruising in Queens, Etc. (May 14-20, 1998)

Eisner Confidential  (May 7-13, 1998)

Max Rep Comes on Strong  (April 30-May 6, 1998)

Best of Long Island Comic Book and Gaming Stores  (April 16-22, 1998)

Jax in the Box (April 16-22, 1998)

Lost is Found in the Comics (April 9-15, 1998)

No Acclaim For These Moves (April 2-8, 1998)

The Top Archie in Comics  (March 26-April 1, 1998)

Men Without Fear Write On (March 12-18, 1998)

Evil Foiled Yet Again, With Box Office Poison (March 5-11, 1998)

Surfer's Up Can TV Handle Him? (Feb. 26-March 4, 1998)

Why I Had to Chase Clerks (Feb. 19-25, 1998)

Don't Believe Valentine's Hype (Feb. 12-18, 1998)

A Quantum Leap From Silly to Serious (Feb. 5-11, 1998)

Free Speech, Humor & Other Curiosities (Jan. 29-Feb. 4, 1998)

Memo to Acclaim: Now I Get It (Jan. 22-28, 1998)

More Than a Ghost of a Chance (Jan. 15-21, 1998)

More Books That Will Groo on You (Jan. 8-14, 1998)

A Milestone return, Plus Super Stuff (Dec. 25, 1997-Jan. 7, 1998)

Feeling the Power of Reality (Dec. 18-24, 1997)

Why OJ Is Just Like Lizzie Borden (Dec. 11-17, 1997)

How to Be a Holiday Hero (Dec. 4-10, 1997)

Holy Moley! Let's Save the Big Red Cheese (Nov. 27-Dec. 3, 1997)

Thanxgivers: Peter David, Free-Speech Superhero (Nov. 27-Dec. 3, 1997 bonus)

This Sam Is No Sham (Nov. 20-26, 1997)

Building a Better Marvel (Nov. 13-19, 1997)

Cheap? Exploitive? Hypocritical? Nun of the Above (Nov. 6-12, 1997)

Two Horror Tales That Don't Bite (Oct. 30-Nov. 5, 1997)

Lawyers You Can Love (Oct. 23-29, 1997)

Tales of Suspended Animation (Oct. 16-22, 1997)

Addictive Poison ( Oct. 16-23, 1997)

How to Run a Convention (Oct. 2-8, 1997)

 

V Is For Vampy (Oct. 2-9, 1997)

We Don't Have the Right to Remain Silent (Sept. 25, 1997)

Xena Would be Wonderful (Aug. 28-Sept. 3, 1997)

Did Cunanan Kill Comics Publisher?/Amanda & Gunn (Aug. 21-28, 1997)

Go West, Young Superman (August 14-21, 1997)

He Found a New Place to Dwell (August 7-14, 1997)

To Be Read by Flashlight (July 24-30, 1997)

Coventry: Spooky Noir (July 17-24, 1997)

MIB A-OK: Savoring a Comic Many Missed (July 3-9, 1997)

Christopher Lloyd as Manhattan? (June 26-July 2, 1997)

An Unenchanted Debut Issue (June 19-25, 1997)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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