• Dynamite Comics Pubwatch: July 2019

    Dynamite Comics Pubwatch: July 20190

    Welcome to the Dynamite Comics Pubwatch for the month of July! I’m Lisa, Dynamite is my explosive beat, and here’s this month’s news!

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  • Across the Ocean: Izneo Pubwatch July

    Across the Ocean: Izneo Pubwatch July0

    Welcome to the July Izneo Pubwatch! We at WWAC have been diving into the latest in European graphic novels translated into English, and I can’t wait to share with you my latest finds. There are also some exciting offers from Izneo this month that you might enjoy. As always, if you haven’t had time yet,

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  • IDW Pubwatch July 2019

    IDW Pubwatch July 20190

    Welcome to the July IDW Pubwatch! I’ve recently taken over the IDW Pubwatch and I couldn’t be more excited. It’s been a busy month at IDW and I’ve got all the interesting news coming out of the publishing house as well as tons of IDW comic book reviews. Plus, I have a selection of my

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  • DC PUBWATCH June 2019 Edition

    DC PUBWATCH June 2019 Edition0

    This was a big month for DC Comics news, and more so for three of the company’s imprints. It was announced last week that the rumors are indeed true, and at the end of the year, DC will be retiring the Vertigo label. This shutters that mature reader imprint after twenty-six years, and only a

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  • BOOM! Pubwatch: June 2019

    BOOM! Pubwatch: June 20190

    This month BOOM! was busy announcing a number of new comics and there’s a little something for everyone. A little time travel, some murder mystery, and even something for Jim Henson fans. And though it may seem difficult to wait for all these new titles there are some great recommendations in the Featured Comics section

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  • AfterShock Pubwatch: June

    AfterShock Pubwatch: June0

    This month, I’m taking a look at AfterShock Comics, which describes itself as “a creatively driven comic book publisher led by a team of highly accomplished, life-long comics professionals and entertainment specialists.” When I chatted with managing editor Christina Harrington, she explained that the company wanted “to tell stories that’ll make your skin crawl, that’ll

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