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Pouches? I used to have one of those in nineteen-ninety-never!
ロングver. pic.twitter.com/kK9lae0c32 — いしだゆうき (@rinrin_118421) February 9, 2018 § The 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang are juts getting under way and the greatest moment for some already took place. During the short program in the pairs team competition, the Japanese pairs team skated to Yuri’s music from Yuri on Ice!! the popular anime […]
Don't rub the blood. Drown in it. pic.twitter.com/8cJRLixiUI — Michel Fiffe (@MichelFiffe) October 11, 2017 Or so this tweet would indicate. Bloodstrike was one of the original teams from Liefeld’s Image line-up, and featured a group of operatives who were resurrected from the dead to fight crime for the US government. It was resurrected […]
I love Copra, I found the first compendium while browsing in Toronto’s excellent shop The Beguiling years ago and you could tell pretty quickly this was special. So many things contribute to this, the art of course, the colours, the way Fiffe construct action sequences, how he explores his own interests as an artist, how […]
The holiday gifting time is here and the Beat crew stands ready with some suggestions for the comics lover, comics curious or even comics oblivious – there’s something for everyone out there.
The Comics Beat’s staff votes on the best Comic Books and Graphic Novels of the year.
Continuing on from our first entry this past Friday, here is the second part of my HeroesCon interview with Michel Fiffe, creator of the self-published and much lauded action-adventure comic, COPRA. It’s funny, the way I discovered your work actually came through a friend of mine at first, as a word of mouth sort […]
For me, COPRA is the one of the few superhero comics that really matter. A few years ago, I was at a point where I had basically given up on everything produced within the arena of the “Big Two”. Sure, I enjoyed the occasional Grant Morrison comic when they would rear their head, but for the most part I […]
§ This appreciation of Cliff Sterrett’s great Polly and Her Pals says many of the right things: More than 50 years later, it’s difficult to explain why Cliff Sterrett’s magnificent creation never quite took flight. To be sure, “Polly” was way ahead of its time. Sterrett’s surrealistic, quasi-cubist artistic style was a unique fixture on […]