The final issue of the long-running Lumberjanes series brings readers closure in an extremely satisfying and emotionally effecting way. Prepare your tissues and your granny knots!
In Deadpool #9, Wade’s latest adventure puts him in mortal (and immortal) danger. The resultant goop and art are fun, and the humor high, just as it should be in all things Deadpool related.
NBM’s Graphic History series focuses in on the forefather of the Outlaw Country movement, fearlessly exploring Willie Nelson’s best and worst qualities and wrapping the whole package in some truly breathtaking art.
This 2020 was tough for me as an indie comics reader because, well, there were no cons for me to pick up wares! No zinefests or the pleasure of perusing the indie racks at my local comic shop. Luckily, there were virtual fests and cons for me to find some good books, and Webtoons are…
2020 was a turbulent year for the comics industry, with the COVID-19 pandemic disrupting publishing schedules and closing direct market shops (sometimes permanently). Despite this chaos, a slew of excellent comics were published this year, from fantastic first issues to well-earned (if heartbreaking) endings. Selected by our contributors and featuring heroes, humor, and horror, these…
Body parts fall off and tempers fray in Fantastic Four: Road Trip #1, a mind-melting freakout of a comic that’s heavy on body horror and camaraderie, but not much else.
The Naughty List provided the most bizarre reading experience I’ve ever had in my life. Filled with mixed messages — anti-capitalist statements that clash with frantic pro-Santa propaganda along with anti-video game statements — and extremely bizarre plot choices, it often plays like an Ed Wood fever dream. I don’t recommend reading it, and yet…
As Bill, Ted, Death and the Princesses wend their way through a most horrifying European tour, they find themselves pursued by angry metal bands, demonic forest trolls…and their destiny. But there’s a lot of human feeling packed in between the jokes.
Welcome to the Archie Comics Pubwatch for the month of December! I’m Lisa, reporting from a corner booth at Pop’s Chock’lit Shoppe, and here’s this month’s news! In this month’s Archie Comics Pubwatch, there’s much Christmas merch and one of my favorite modern Archie series ever hits Archie Unlimited!
As they say in commercials for monster truck rallies, it all ends here. Marvel Zombies: Resurrection manages to pack some shocks into its final issue, though not enough to be fully successful.
The Encyclopedia Lumberjanica will delight information-hungry young lady types, but doesn’t contain any new info at all about the comics themselves.
Welcome to the Archie Comics Pubwatch for the month of November! I’m Lisa, reporting from a corner booth at Pop’s Chock’lit Shoppe, and here’s this month’s news! In this month’s Archie Comics Pubwatch, two new digests are announced, along with start dates for The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina and Riverdale!