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

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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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Indubitable Issues and Pull List (05/04/16)

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Cosmo’s Recommendations …
BeastsOfBurdenBeast Of Burden (One Shot)
“Evan Dorkin & Jill Thompson’s stellar series about dogs and cats protecting their town from paranormal threats is back with a one-shot tale. Do you like horror, adorable animals and/or beautiful art? Then What the Cat Dragged In definitely needs to be on your pull list . . . “
 
 

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Indubitable Issues and Pull List (04/13/16)

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Cosmo’s Recommendations …
WeirdWorld5Weirdworld #5
“The conventional wisdom was that this title could not recover from the blow of losing Jason Aaron. Yet, regardless of whatever else he might be churning out for the House of Ideas, Sam Humphries is at the top of his game for this series. He has maintained the framework of Aaron’s Weirdworld while repopulating it with his own protagonists. His variation on the ragtag band of questers is quite charming. Meanwhile, Mike del Mundo continues to deliver page after page of astonishing imagery that is always among the best on the racks. Readers who might have dismissed this series out of hand, would be well rewarded by giving it a closer look . . . “
 
 

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The Fix & Black Road Coming In April From Image Comics

spencer-lieber-the-fix-teaser-d6d21The creative teams of Superior Foes of Spiderman & The Massive will have their previously announced Image series debut in April of 2016 with Nick Spencer & Steve Lieber’s The Fix along with Brian Wood & Garry Brown’s Black Road. In addition, Image will be releasing another Criminal One Shot, a new installment of Hawaiian Dick & a reprint of Ryan Ottley’s Grizzly Shark. More details at CBR

What I don’t want in the New Year (2016 Mix)

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2016 has gotten off to an eventful start, to say the least. The movie theaters are full of films to entertain, the big two are chugging along, and there’s plenty to look forward to in the coming months in terms of TV, movies, and comics. Before all that happens, I wanted to lay out another list of what I don’t want to see in the coming months…

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Indubitable Issues and Pull List (12/09/15)

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Tyler’s Recommendation …
Rebels9

Rebels #9
“This issue is another one-shot, I’ve really enjoyed these side tales that shed light on some other facets of the time period, and provide different perspectives. This month follows a young Pawnee man during the French Indian War. Fans of historical fiction should definitely be checking this book out.”
 

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

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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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NYCC: Panel Roundup

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Over the past couple weeks, Nothing But Comics has been providing a variety of coverage on the 2015 New York Comic Con. From the creators to the cosplayers they inspire, we have offered reflections on the different facets of fandom. The last in this series of articles is a compilation of comments from some of the panels attended during the convention.

Coverage of Valiant’s Book of Death and Beyond Panel can be found here & here.

At the Dark Horse Comics Classified Panel, there were a few announcements, but the main pleasure was hearing the creators discuss their craft. These observations included a healthy sense of humor, such as when Matt Kindt was asked what it was like playing the role of both writer and artist on a series. He replied that collaborating with himself was a pleasure, as “most of my deadlines get along.” For his part, Brian Wood offered that he always wants to be enthusiastic about the art in one of his titles. His wish is to be a “fanboy” of it just like any other reader.
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