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Incognegro: Renaissance #5 Review &#8211 Closure and Small Victories

Incognegro: Renaissance #5 Review – Closure and Small Victories

She and Zane must work together to escape this danger and expose Van Horn.[caption id="attachment_880378" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Incognegro: Renaissance #5 cover by Warren Pleece[/caption]Incognegro: Renaissance #5 brings the story to a neat ending, giving out happy conclusions to most of the characters within Zane and Bette get to show a cleverness and understanding of their[...]

Incognegro: Renaissance #4 Review &#8211 Good Characters and a Tight Mystery

Incognegro: Renaissance #4 Review – Good Characters and a Tight Mystery

This puts Zane on the trail of another attendant of Van Horn’s party: an actor named Douglass.[caption id="attachment_856106" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Incognegro: Renaissance #4 cover by Warren Pleece[/caption]Incognegro: Renaissance #4 gets back to more straightforward reporter detective work in this issue It does so while building the relationship and chemistry between Zane and Bette[...]

Dark Horse Collects Mat Johnson and Warren Pleeces Incognegro: Renaissance in October

Dark Horse Collects Mat Johnson and Warren Pleece's Incognegro: Renaissance in October

Following their collection of the original Vertigo Comics graphic novel Incognegro: A Graphic Mystery with a 10th-anniversary edition, Dark Horse has announced plans to escalate this growing turf war by collecting the more recent follow-up by Mat Johnson and Warren Pleece, Incognegro: Renaissance, in their own hardcover volume in October.The 128-page book collects 2018's Incognegro: Renaissance #1–#5,[...]

Incognegro Renaissance #3 Review: A Compelling New Player Enters the Drama

Incognegro Renaissance #3 Review: A Compelling New Player Enters the Drama

Worse yet, his editor wants him to get off this story.[caption id="attachment_822444" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Incognegro: Renaissance #3 cover by Warren Pleece[/caption]This issue of Incognegro: Renaissance focuses primarily around the character of Bette Zane remains the point-of-view character, but the comic centers around his interactions with Bette and everything he learns from her.To the benefit of[...]

Incognegro Renaissance #2 Review: An Absorbing and Racially-Charged Detective Story

Incognegro Renaissance #2 Review: An Absorbing and Racially-Charged Detective Story

This allows Zane to enter the whites patrons-only (the performers and dishwashers can be black) Cotton Club to interview a woman about the death of Xavier.[caption id="attachment_805363" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Incognegro: Renaissance #2 cover by Warren Pleece[/caption]Incognegro: Renaissance #2 continues off the critical concept-rich first installment with a more traditional noir reporter-detective narrative[...]

Incognegro Renaissance #1 Review: A Relevant and Absorbing Murder Mystery

Incognegro Renaissance #1 Review: A Relevant and Absorbing Murder Mystery

In reality, the party is a bit harsher than expected.[caption id="attachment_788365" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Incognegro: Renaissance #1 cover by Warren Pleece[/caption]Mat Johnson continues to show an understanding of history and context with Incognegro: Renaissance #1 The character of Van Horn immediately signals a comparison to actual Harlem Renaissance figure Carl van Vechten, writer of, most notably[...]