We took a break to focus on E3 last week and now that I’ve dumped a Big Gulp of Visine into my eyeballs, it’s once again time to talk new comics. It’s a good week to dive back in as Aspen Comics celebrates 15 years as a company by launching a new volume of its […]
Check out the first three pages of the conclusion to the latest Resident Alien miniseries.
We all have things we’d like to explain to our teenage selves, and I have a feeling the older we get, the more we want to unload. But there are levels of knowledge that can be addressed depending on your life. The necessary conversation might entail professional or educational advice. It might touch on family […]
I think it’s time you gave The Marvel Rundown a fresh start with takes on the new Iron Man, X-Men, and Spider-Man titles!
Alex reviews Batman #49 and Justice League #2!
It looks like this will be more than just a single month event.
Leah Moore and her partner John Reppion have written some top notch comics for DC, Dynamite and many other publishers. But now they are facing a huge challenge. Moore suffered severe head trauma and brain injury while attending a music festival. The pictures are very disturbing. And freelance life being what it is – and […]
Zach Worton’s The Curse of Charley Butters begins with a mystery, but soon shifts gears to the more immediate story — that of the investigator and the devastating effect the mystery has on his life while suggesting that the drive to solve the mystery is the symptom of a problem that is already there. Travis […]
Jeremy Holt has yet to receive his “big break” with a book at a Top 5 publisher, but he’s continued plugging away at various comics projects, focusing on art over commerce. Recently his grunge fantasy Skip to the End was released in hardcover, and it may be his finest work to date. I interviewed Jeremy […]
We take a look at three gorgeously fun crowdfunding projects featuring: The Carpet Merchant of Konstantiniyya, Barbarous, and No Holds Bard.