• Ten Of The Best Times That Someone Punched A Nazi In Comics

    Ten Of The Best Times That Someone Punched A Nazi In Comics2

    Historically there are few less universally hated and feared groups than Nazis. The rise of Fascism in the early 20th century lead to one of the most horrific genocides in modern history and created a climate of fear and violence that engulfed the world and did not end until the final days of the Second

  • Comic Looks: Stacey’s Nerdy T-Shirts

    Comic Looks: Stacey’s Nerdy T-Shirts0

    I’ve never been much into fashion for myself, in the sense that, whilst I love clothes and designer dresses and am nigh-on obsessed with watching those Next Top Model shows just for the styling, I’ve never really sat and thought about styling myself. I think this is partly because I’ve never been rich enough to

  • The Spire: Lettering Is Art

    The Spire: Lettering Is Art0

    Out of all the elements that come together to make a comic book, lettering may be the most subtle. It’s meant to supplement the writer’s work by capturing character voice, setting the story’s pace, and, obviously, putting the words on the page in the first place. Many suggest that the best lettering is invisible, but

  • Batman ’66 Meets Wonder Woman ’77 in a Ridiculous New Comic

    Batman ’66 Meets Wonder Woman ’77 in a Ridiculous New Comic0

    Batman ’66 Meets Wonder Woman ’77 #1 Marc Andreyko, Jeff Parker (script), Karl Kesel, David Hahn (pencils) DC Comics January 18, 2017 I don’t read Batman comics. It’s been so long since I read one that when I mentioned on Twitter that I was finally reading one, a friend asked me if everything was ok. It wasn’t a cry for

  • Love is Love: An Ally Anthology?

    Love is Love: An Ally Anthology?2

    Love Is Love Edited by  Sarah Gaydos and Jamie S. Rich. Stories by various creators DC and IDW Comics December 28, 2016 Love Is Love will likely go down in history as a key comic project for the 2010s. A charity book spanning 146 pages, its proceeds will be donated to help victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting.

  • Review: Wuvable Oaf: Blood and Metal

    Review: Wuvable Oaf: Blood and Metal0

    Wuvable Oaf: Blood and Metal  Ed Luce Fantagraphics November 2016 Disclaimer: Wuvable Oaf: Blood and Metal was reviewed using a copy provided by Fantagraphics. This is probably the raunchiest non-fuck comic I’ve read in recent years. Do not read until midnight. It is not appropriate for kids. Wuvable Oaf: Blood and Metal is the followup to