God Hates Astronauts #4 Ryan Browne, Jordan Boyd Image Comics 2014 Now, I’ve never told anyone this, but when I… Read More »
Season is over. Christmas doesn’t come until next month. But the cast is giving out an early Holiday in this episode as Mark and Christian show off what they did at Hurricane Who: Category Five! We’ve got former Doctor Peter… Read More »
Hang out and chat about the BEST & WORST of 2014’s comic books and superheroes in pop culture. Join us at noon, in the Clematis Room, for CAPTAIN AMERICA: WINTER SOLDIER on the projector and then stay for some spectacular… Read More »
Getting in on the #Inktober fun with some Batman.
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The opening sequence of this four-issue black-and-white four-shot comic from Top Cow Productions opens with a penile amputation by way of garden shears.
All in all, A Voice in the Dark: Get Your Gun #1 is yet another brilliant installment in a series that has deservedly earned almost universal acclaim from comic fans and journos alike.
Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner ARE COMING BACK! This time they’re coming back to celebrate the release of “Futures End: Harley Quinn #1″ Get a glimpse into the future of what could be THE issue that changes Harley and The… Read More »
Michael Alan Nelson, Emma Rios, Cris Peter BOOM! Studios 2014 As themes and style in comics go, you couldn’t cherry… Read More »
Warren Ellis, Tula Totay Image Comics 2014 I feel like everything I said recently about #2 could be said again… Read More »
DragonCon, one of the largest conventions on the eastern seaboard occurred without fail on Labor Day weekend in the heart of downtown Atlanta this year, and I made my annual pilgrimage up to meet some geek icons, mingles with… Read More »
For $20, Giant-Size Kung Fu Bible Stories is a little steep, however it’s a modest asking price when considering it could very well be the funnest, funniest and most flipped-through item on your coffee table.
For being a seriously well-done comic book, “God Hates Astronauts” does anything but take itself seriously. From its hilarious opening to the cliffhanger last page, it’s a brilliant piece of work, long-awaited and done perfect justice upon its return.
Perhaps, if given enough time, Cannon in the Clouds can develop a voice of its own. It currently stands, at best, as an inspired retread.
“Death Vigil undoubtedly borrows preexisting elements from other stories, however [Sejic] combines all of these elements so seamlessly that they seem both fresh and familiar – the recipe, as pop music has taught us, for mass appeal.”