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.
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
Greg McElhatton is back to school us all on indy comics again this week. I will stick up for the lowly superheroes. It's an easy task this week on both sides, with solid choices all around. Let the games begin!
Here's what I'm checking out for sure:
Picking up where yesterday's post left off, this is a look at ten books being published in October 2007 that you might otherwise miss. From art school girls to gun-toting library police, there's a little something for everyone to enjoy here.
I know what you're thinking. Summer is barely over and I'm trying to get you to think about October? Well, my local grocery store is already putting out Halloween candy, and even more terrifyingly the solicitations for the November books are being released even as I type. S
The cold desolate shores of Norway have birthed the one true black metal band, Frost Axe! Play their record backwards and enter the bowels of hell!! Only evil twins Shawn and Sam Stronghold have the metalocity to acquire an artifact that holds the key to true evil!!! But...you know...for kid
Picking up where yesterday's article left off, these are five more books from the "back of the catalog"-titles not published by Dark Horse, DC, Image, or Marvel-that you may otherwise have missed. Check them out!
When the comic book industry releases its upcoming solicitations (two months in advance), there's always a lot of buzz and fanfare over the announcements for the four "front of the book" publishers: Dark Horse, DC, Image, and Marvel. T
A few months ago I was writing profiles for Time.com's online poll leading up to the magazine's annual Time 100 list--basically 100 Person of the Year issues all rolled into one to sell twice as much ad space as the Person of the Year. In any event, my job was to come up with one reason why a person is influential, an
Picking up where yesterday's post left off... this is the second half of a rundown of ten books scheduled for August 2007 that aren't in the "front of the book" solicitations. As great as stuff from Dark Horse, DC, Image, and Marvel are, if you only look at those solicitat