Despite my affection for holiday anthologies, 2009 did not work out well for those particular reading habits. A few missed Wednesdays at the comic shop resulted in me missing nearly every holiday special, including "The House of Mystery Halloween Annual" from Vertigo and its 8-Page prequel to May's ongoing "I, Zombie
The Halloween-minded may still have a month ahead of them before heading out to trick-or-treat, but Vertigo's "House of Mystery Halloween Annual" seems to have what readers are looking for in terms of autumnal comic eye-candy
The new Green Lantern event "Blackest Night" hits shelves this week, and with the promise that "the dead will rise," there's a lot of speculation going around over just which characters are going to be resurrected by the Black Hand to join his corps of corpses.
Things are getting a little complicated -- partiall
-- The My Little Ponies have been resurrected and they want your brains! (BoingBoing)
-- Finally, a crossover I can believe in: Jesse Hamm creates "Tintin vs. Predator." You heard me. (Journalista)
-- In NYC for MOCCA this weekend? The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund (CBLDF) and PW¹s THE BEAT throw it
Over the last six years, the Marvel MAX imprint has changed the way people see mature readers comics-and things are about to get even more exciting! With the 50th issue of the critically acclaimed Punisher and gripping new series such as Terror Inc and Foolkiller arriving this fall, not to mention collections of recent high profile projects such as Wisdom, MAX boldly goes where other comics dare not tread!
In the special extra sized anniversary issue of Punisher #50, by Garth Ennis & Howard Chaykin, Frank Castle confronts the lethal Barracuda...who has a surprise that will rock the vigilante to his very c