Of the relatively few constants humanity encounters, the unknown may be the one in which plagues the mind most. Perhaps positive, perhaps not; ultimately, the unknown simply is until it isn’t. And once known, yet another unknown rises, succeeding those which came before. Like an incurable disease, a lingering, ever mutating virus, the unknown clings to the individual and societal psyche. It’s inescapable: a cold, clinical machine, caring not if we are ready for it. Prepared or unprepared, it comes to us all the same. But it’s how we deal with the unknown that Tom King (Batman, Mister Miracle, etc.), Kevin Eastman (co-creator of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), and Freddie Williams II (Batman/TMNT) explore in The Kamandi Challenge #9.
It’s time to talk to the month in comics and some of the single issues that made an impression on the guys. Alex, Dean & Pat talk Mister Miracle #2, Dark Nights Metal #2, Generation Gone #1-3, 4 Kids Walk Into A Bank #4, Batman #30 & #31, Head Lopper #7, Black Racer Shilo Norman Special #1 & more.
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HERE ARE SOME ISSUES THAT WILL NOT DISAPPOINT.Tyler’s Recommendation… Black Monday Murders #7
“I’ve very much enjoyed this series so far, and this issue promises that revenge is the order of the day.”
by Mike Allred, Lee Allred, Laura Allred & James Harvey
Bug! The Adventures of Forager has been one of comics best and most entertaining series since it’s debut earlier this year for it’s wacky irreverent story telling and fantastic art work. In issue #4, the title has truly hit it’s stride with an equal parts hillarious and fascnating romp through the Jack Kirby DC Comics mythos featuring a Deadman cameo connected to his weird crossover with the original Infinity Man & The Forever People series, a Manhunter, a Sandman who has “no affiliated with that old timey gas mask guy”, a dimensional vortex, an angry Teddy Bear, Tatsinda, Dr Spider singing R.E.M lyrics & oh so much more bilssful comic book weirdness. Continue reading This Week’s Finest: Bug! The Adventures of Forager #4
Alex, Dean & Pat talk DC Comics sperheros and villians, and rank their top ten favorites. Top ten lists include Vertigo & Wild Storm charachters, because they rule. Come for the rankings, stay for the recomendations as the guys discuss some of their favorite comics that helped make these superhumans among the best in DC’s expansive universe.