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Freeze Frame 3/24/2017

From Future Quest #11 by Evan Doc Shaner & Veronica Gandini

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This Week’s Finest: Shutter #28

by Joe Keatinge, Leila Del Duca & Owen Gieni

In the first year of Nothing But Comics, Shutter was almost universally beloved among our staff from it’s debut for it’s massive and complex scope of imagination. Now approaching three years since the series debut, Shutter has often shifted and evolved in a myriad of unexpected and interesting ways; yet at it’s core, that scope of imagination has remained the comic’s heart which in turn, makes the aforementioned evolution and shifts all the more interesting. Issue #28 feel’s like a point where all of that coalesces and everything in the book has led up to this moment. True to form; the quality of craft and creative use of visual story telling for writer Joe Keatinge, artist Leila Del Duca & colorist Owen Gieni engineer as profound an emotionally satisfying conclusion to the books current arc that encapsulates so much of what makes the comic special.  Continue reading This Week’s Finest: Shutter #28

Indubitable Issues and Pull List (03/22/17)

LOOKING FOR BOOKS TO BUY THIS WEEK?  

LOOK NO FURTHER.  

HERE ARE SOME ISSUES THAT WILL NOT DISAPPOINT.

 
Tyler’s Recommendation…
Rebels: These Free and Independent States #1
“Brian Wood and Andrea Tutti’s historical fiction tale returns. I really enjoyed the first arc of this series, an informative and compelling journey during a tumultuous time in our country’s early history.”
 

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Freeze Frame 3/17/2017

From Head Lopper #5 by Marcus Georiou

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This Week’s Finest: Mirror #6

Mirror 6 Hwei Lim
Hwei Lim

By Emma Rios & Hwei Lim

Artistic creation is a compulsion. An artist pursues their craft not out of whimsy but a deep-seated need. It is not something which may be set aside lightly; indeed, it is an essential aspect of their identity. Be it music, writing, the visual arts or any other medium, their emotional happiness is incomplete without it. It does not require for success, though many may desire it, the largest stage or the brightest spotlight, only the space for conjuring the artist’s own distinct vision. This understanding of the artist’s nature is at the core of Mirror as it commences its second arc in stunning fashion.

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Indubitable Issues and Pull List (03/15/17)

LOOKING FOR BOOKS TO BUY THIS WEEK?  

LOOK NO FURTHER.  

HERE ARE SOME ISSUES THAT WILL NOT DISAPPOINT.

 
Tyler’s Recommendation…
Batwoman #1
“New adventures of Kate Kane! I’m very excited for this, I love the creative team, and I’m happy to see Kate get her own series.”
 

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Freeze Frame 3/10/2017

From New Superman #9 by Viktor Bogdanovich, Jonathan Glapon & Mike Spicer

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Freeze Frame 3/3/2017

From All Time Comics Crim Destroyer #1 by Herb Trimpe, Benjamin Marra & Alessandro Echevarria
From All Time Comics Crime Destroyer #1 by Herb Trimpe, Benjamin Marra & Alessandro Echevarria

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This Week’s Finest: Royal City #1

472020-_sx1280_ql80_ttd_by Jeff Lemire

In Royal City #1, Jeff Lemire has created one of the most pure distillation of his evolution as a comics creator, using similar themes and tropes from his more personal early work like Essex County and infusing that with the sharp economy of style that he’s learned in the intervening years. It makes for an engrossing debut of the series with a haunting portrait of a small town North American family in crisis.  Continue reading This Week’s Finest: Royal City #1