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Freeze Frame 12/9/2017

From Mirror #10 by Emma Rios

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Freeze Frame 10/28/2017

From Justice League Of America #17 by Ivan Reis, Julio Ferreira, Oclair Albert & Marcelo Mailo

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Freeze Frame 8/3/2017

From The New Gods Special #1 by Walt Simonson & Laura Martin

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San Diego Comic Con News & Things 7/21/2017 Part Two

There is a flurry of announcements coming out San Diego Comic Con, this is some of the news that’s been revealed so far from the largest comics convention Continue reading San Diego Comic Con News & Things 7/21/2017 Part Two

Freeze Frame 2/10/2017

From Detective Comics #950 by Marcio Takara & Dean White
From Detective Comics #950 by Marcio Takara & Dean White

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Freeze Frame 10/21/2016

From Thor #12 by Russell Dauterman & Matthew Wilson
From Thor #12 by Russell Dauterman & Matthew Wilson

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Freeze Frame 9/30/2016

From ODY-C !! by Christian Ward
From ODY-C 11 by Christian Ward

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New Gilbert Hernandez OGN Coming This Month From Fantagraphics

GardenoftheFlesh-Cover-049b0As if dropping the first new Daniel Clowes comic in years wasn’t enough, Fantagraphics announced that they will be releasing a new OGN from indie comics OG Gilbert Hernandez of Love & Rockets, The Twilight Children, Julio’s Day & Marbles titled Garden of The Flesh. The book “will obliterate almost every taboo he hasn’t yet gotten to, as “Garden of the Flesh” takes a pornographer’s eye to the Bible itself” while Fantagraphics & Hernandez will Beyoncé that shit later this month. More details at CBR

Twilight Children #1

From The Twilight Children #1 by Darwyn Cooke & Dave StewartLast year I had the opportunity to review the debut issue of what would turn out to be Darwyn Cooke’s final published work while he was alive, Twilight Children #1 with writer Gilbert Hernandez & colorist Dave Stewart. From it’s debut issue, Twilight Children was astounding for the level of craft; much of that owing to Cooke’s unique visual storytelling. Twilight Children was one of the most unique projects I’ve ever seen illustrated from Cooke but it never felt like anything other then the cartoonist singular aesthetic. You can read the review here or click on the review sections on the sidebar for that, along with more retrospective’s on Darwyn Cooke’s work in the next coming days.