Taking a breather between issues by the regular, well, Regular Show creative team of KC Green and Allison Strejlau, next Wednesday's Regular Show #3 comes packed with three standalone tales by three distinct creative teams. Zack Smith and Brad McGinty have teamed for "Sombrero World," a story that sees Mordecai and Rigby work to escape being tourist trapped by an obnoxious roadside destination. Joining their tale is Kevin Church, Brooke Allen and Whitney Cogar's "Arm Skills," along with Brandon Snider and JJ Harrison's "Hot Tub." Publisher Boom! Studios has provided CA with a first-look at the issue -- specifically pages from "Sombrero World -- which you can sample past the jump.
Adventure Time stars Finn and Jake have spent their share of time with traditional books, both during their intense Enchiridion adventures and on trips to the library run by Turtle Princess. Their attention spans being what they are, however, the printed word occasionally escapes their inte
If Susan Strong turns your heart on, Zack Giallongo's Adventure Time #11 backup will likely prove worth the issue's physical/digital cover price alone. Joining the main story by Ryan North, Shelli Paroline and Braden Lamb, Giallongo's "The Meaning of Bravery" turns the book's attention on the super buff subterranean maybe-human known as Susan as her naivety about the wider world gets exploited by a sinister force. There's a good heart ins
Ice King's not the most sympathetic character most of the time, what with his constant kidnapping of princesses and all, but Jon M. Gibson and Jim Rugg's "Hot Deals In Ice Kingdom" backup in this week's Adventure Time #10 has made him considerably easier to relate to. For folks into comics an
It's no secret that I love "Lost," so I'll gladly take any excuse to talk about it when offered. Luckily, there's a relevant reason to discuss Jack, Kate, Sawyer, Locke, the Others and the others here on Comics Alliance - a comic book tribute