By W.Maxwell Prince, Martin Morazzo, Chris O’Halloran, Good Old Neon
As much as I love Ohio (where I was born and raised), I always have two fears nagging me in the back of my mind: spiders (of which at least half a dozen poisonous ones reside in Ohio according to Google), and creepy adults. Growing up, I was always told to watch out for strangers, don’t stay out past dark, and not to follow people into unfamiliar territory. It’s relatively good advice for a child, but these days you never know who exactly to trust and who has someone chained up in their basement.
Ice Cream Man #1 perfectly encapsulates my fears while also making a strong new debut for Image Comics and its creators… Continue reading This Week’s Finest: Ice Cream Man #1
2017 was a big year for the guys. They hit a few milestone episodes and had a lot of fun exploring different types of episode styles. The year included weekly comic reviews, trade swaps, comic movies, top ten lists, comic character battles and much more. Join the guys as they take a look back at 2017 and pick their favorite podcasting moments.
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HERE ARE SOME ISSUES THAT WILL NOT DISAPPOINT.Josh’s Recommendation… Will Eisner Spirit Corpse Makers #5
“”Francisco Francavilla’s written and drawn mini-series has reached its conclusion, which means fans of noir/Will Eisner/The Spirit should have this issue ear-marked to buy this week. Don’t miss this exciting conclusion written and drawn by one of the best in the business bringing the Spirit to life!”
by Tom King & Mitch Gerads
Mister Miracle, by writer Tom King and artist Mitch Gerads, continues its trajectory as one of the best comics in years. Issue six marks the books halfway mark with spectacular action scenes across its nine panel grid structure, endearing dialogue, a heartening reveal, and a series turning point; all with the creative talent working at the height of their powers. Continue reading This Week’s Finest: Mister Miracle #6
By Sarah Vaughn, Leila Del Duca, Allisa Sallah, Deron Bennett, Gabe Fischer, Shanna Mutuszak
The second installment of Sleepless is here, bringing more royal intrigue and suspense… Continue reading Sleepless #2 Review
By Howard Chaykin, Jesus Aburtov, Wil Quintana, Ken Bruzenak
For those not familiar with Howard Chaykin, he is a longtime professional of the comic industry going as far back as the 1970’s, known primarily for heavily violent/sexual works and stark political views. While I have very limited reading experiences of his body of work, I had the fortune of meeting him in person briefly at a comic-con. As such, I can attest that he lives up to the blunt and nonchalant persona he portrays in interviews. All of this is to give background and context for the review of his Image miniseries, The Divided States of Hysteria. Continue reading The Divided States of Hysteria Collection Review