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Freeze Frame 1/22/2016

From I Hate Fairyland #4 by Ryan Ottley
From I Hate Fairyland #4 by Ryan Ottley

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This Year’s Finest 2015: The Ten Best Writers

Here we go; what is annually our most debated list both internally and in the comments, here is our ten favorite writers of 2015. Some new faces, some old face’s and some surprising rankings. Continue reading This Year’s Finest 2015: The Ten Best Writers

Indubitable Issues and Pull List (11/11/15)

LOOKING FOR BOOKS TO BUY THIS WEEK?  

LOOK NO FURTHER.  

HERE ARE SOME ISSUES THAT WILL NOT DISAPPOINT.

 
Alex’s Recommendations: 
Rebels #8
“These asides have been just as good or better than the main storyline. Great narrative from a fascinating time in history.”
 
 
 
 
Alex’s Recommendations: 
Goddamned #1
“Sometimes all it takes is a writer. Sometimes you get so much more.”
 
 
 
 

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Freeze Frame 10/23/2015

From Weird World #5 by Mike Del Mundo& Marco D'Alfonso
From Weird World #5 by Mike Del Mundo& Marco D’Alfonso

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Freeze Frame 9/25/2015

From Power Cubed #1 by Aaron Lopestri & Hi-Fi Design
From Power Cubed #1 by Aaron Lopestri & Hi-Fi Design

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Freeze Frame 8/21/2015

From Birthright #10 by Andrei Bressan & Andriano Lucas
From Birthright #10 by Andrei Bressan & Andriano Lucas

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Freeze Frame 7/24/2015

From Wolf #1 by Matt Taylor
From Wolf #1 by Matt Taylor

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Indubitable Issues and Pull List (7/22/15)

LOOKING FOR BOOKS TO BUY THIS WEEK?  

LOOK NO FURTHER.  

HERE ARE SOME ISSUES THAT WILL NOT DISAPPOINT.

 
Tyler’s Recommendations: 
Frankenstein Underground #5
Frankenstein’s monster confronts the danger lurking within the underground city. Can he save the spirit of the city or will he meet his end?
 
 
 
Wolf #1
Bestselling new star writer ALES KOT teams up with white-hot artist MATT TAYLOR and DEADLY CLASS colorist extraordinaire LEE LOUGHRIDGE for an all-new ONGOING SERIES! The crime noir thrills and characters reminiscent of True Detective meet with mythical stakes worthy of Neil Gaiman’s Sandman in this original fantasy/horror/crime saga for mature readers. Antoine Wolfe, a hard-boiled paranormal detective with a death wish, has to cope with sudden responsibility for an orphaned teenage girl who might be the key to the impending apocalypse, California-style. The road to hell and back begins in a MAX-SIZED FIRST ISSUE, with fifty-eight pages of story and no ads!
 
 

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Twinterview with the Vampire: Ales Kot Describes Wolf

At Nothing But Comics, we love reading comics written by Ales Kot. Whether its Zero, Material, The Surface, or Bucky Barnes: The Winter Soldier, Kot’s comics are always original, entertaining, and thought-provoking.

So when we learned that Kot is writing a new Image Comics series called Wolf with artist Matt Taylor and colorist Lee Loughridge, we dispatched our vampire correspondent Vlad to ask Kot about the comic.

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Advanced Review of Wolf #1

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by Ales Kot, Matt Taylor & Lee Loghridge

With writer Ales Kot’s post Zero/Marvel career arc in full swing, he’s released a series of strange yet deeply thoughtful comics series and his latest, Wolf with artist Matt Taylor & colorist Lee Loughridge, might be his strangest and most complex debut yet. One part exploration of dark mysticism and one part a mediation on modern Los Angeles, the books first issue is a long form narrative that focuses on character and world building by mashing up the real with the fabled. Wolf takes common mythology from all sorts of places and modernizes it for 2015 in a way that retains the power of those ideas and concepts while firmly grounding it in a world we all know. Continue reading Advanced Review of Wolf #1