As evidenced by picks like Nonplayer, Blue Estate and Undying Love, WonderCon 2011 bestowed a bounty of indie titles on Fresh Ink! Online host Blair Butler this week. As usual, however, Blair's careful to round out her selections with the buzzworthy Marvel event Fear Itself and the unstoppable The Walking Dead. With such a solid stable of book
Fresh Ink! Online host Blair Butler has all kinds of recommendations (and in one title's case, an appreciated warning) this week as she takes viewers through Jennifer Blood, Wulf, The Invincible Iron Man, Northlanders, Wolfskin, T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents, Fear Itself Prologue: Book of the Skull, Carbon Grey, Punisher Max and the new Xombi.
Despite being startled at by the unexpected blare of the G4 studio fire alarms, Fresh Ink! Online host Blair Butler kicks off March with poise as she praises 5 Ronin Wolverine, Ultimate Captain Amer
This week's Fresh Ink! Online culls several prominent possibilities from this past Wednesday's pull list including Vertigo Comics' The New York Five, Red 5 Comics' Abyss, Marvel Comics' The Amazing Spider-Man and Fantastic Four. Which comic does host Blair Butler choose? We'll give you a hint: The winner(s) are quiet.
Blair's ComicsAlliance pick of the week mourned the recent passing of one of the industry's most cel
G4's Fresh Ink! Online gets a rare two-pick split this episode as host Blair Butler decides to select two of her favorite comics for her pick of the week. But which two comics out of a selection that includes Jennifer Blood, Uncanny X-Force, Uptight, Who is Jake Ellis?, Superman/Batman, The Magdalena, Mo
Blair Butler is back for another jam-packed installment of G4's Fresh Ink! Online this week, with plenty to say about the loss of 1/4 of the Fantastic 4 and the shakeup in G.I. Joe: Cobra, in addition to reviews of The New York Five, Northlanders: The Girl In The Ice, Scarlet, Detective Comics,
In this week's episode of G4's Fresh Ink! Online, host Blair Butler served up a heaping helping of quality comics, including Image's new Twenty-Seven, Boom! Studios' CBGB: OMFUG anthology, Two Generals, Return of the Dapper Men, and The Sword: The Complete Collection. Of course, we're also pleased as punch to have put Brandon and Emma Peat's "A is for Ackbar" series of Star Wars alphabet illustrations on her radar.
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After a few weeks of graciously shouting out some of our more humor-oriented pieces, this week G4's Fresh Ink! Online featured a slightly more artsy pick from host Blair Butler by honing in on the art of Ugo Santana, whose skills get compared to Mike Mignola, Geof Darrow and Chris Samnee. Of course, that's just the icing on the cake that is Fresh Ink!
As part of a new weekly feature here at ComicsAlliance, we're pleased to present a recent edition of G4's Fresh Ink Online, where host Blair Butler reviews in lightning fast fashion some notable new releases in the comic book industry. In this episode, Butler discusses Assassin's Creed: The Fall; Halcyon, the new project by Marc Guggenheim and Ryan Bodenheim; new books from Marv