Oops! I'm a total slacker and I forgot to do my new releases post this morning. Don't fret, though! If you're reading this it means that I've now remembered. On to the comic books that have released today and are new!
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It's Thursday! That sometimes means new comics day! After the weeks I spent trying to suppress the opinions and writings of Greg McElhatton he still sprouts back up like a Doctor Who-lovin' reed! Take it away, G-Mac.
A-ha! There are comics out today. I have solved the mystery of the "what comes out today".
ACTION COMICS #859
The first issue of Geoff Johns and Gary Frank's ACTION COMICS was awesome, so here's hoping they can keep it up. Word is John's run continues to kick the ass. Witness the Legion of Superheroes! They
Eureka Productions is pleased to announce the publication of the revised second edition of the long-out-of-print GRAPHIC CLASSICS: MARK TWAIN, the eighth volume in the GRAPHIC CLASSICS series of comics adaptations of great literature.
This edition contains 38 pages of new material, including a never-done-before comics pres
There are a ridiculous number of awesome comics coming out this week. I have to go read them now. Here is a list of one percent of them.
One of the first things I learned about writing screenplays back in the day: Nailing down the concept in as few words as possible -- 25 or less -- was the ticket to Hollywood. It didn't take me long to learn and practice the concept on the thousands of movies I'd seen in my relatively short life
Finally! The one day of the year where I can dress up as Batroc the Leaper and no one will make fun of me! What could be better on Halloween than an awesome week of comics? How about an extra-awesome week of comics?!
JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA #10
I'm not quite sure where they're going with this "Thy Kingdom Come" storyline, but th
I'm going to assume that we all know that new comics come out today and move directly to another, more important topic. I'm speaking, of course, about zombie variant covers. How many more Marvel comics have to be turned into zombie versions of themselves to serve our sick fascination with the living dead? My guess is somewhere around 400 or so