May has brought a true host of kid-friendly romps and maybe-less-kid-friendly collections to my internet doorstep, and it’s my utter pleasure to share them with you, dear reader. From heartwarmingly-named sidekicks to striking, graphic artbooks, this month’s offerings are widely varied but super excitingly inspirational. Take a look!
There are few modern comic creators doing horror as well as Emily Carroll. Her stories get under your skin, seeping back into your memory when you catch a glimpse of a bottle of lotion, a beautiful doll, a banner ad for an unfamiliar webcomic.
Welcome to the May Monthly Marvel Muster. This month we have the beginning of War of the Realms, the reintroduction of another classic title with a decidedly modern twist, some new information about Jonathan Hickman’s plans for the X-Men, and the announcement of the nonsensically-named and questionably-staffed Marvel Comics #1000.
Hello lovely readers! Welcome to another installment of Book Beat, brought to you this week by your editor Paige. Things are far less scandalous than usual this week in the publishing industry, but that might be because of a.) the weather, and b.) all the many scandals and outrages in book-adjacent industries (like the world…