The Outliers Chapter 1 by Erik T. Johnson It’s both the tone and the style that really intrigues me, for it appears raw and sporadic upon first glance. As soon as the eyes have had a chance to take it all in, sure enough shapes and beings start to emerge from what was once thought […]
If you haven’t noticed I’ve taken a couple of weeks off since illness and work were piling up on me. With that being said I’ve taken some time to get over things and want to be back to posting next week. Cammy and Bob still will be adding their things otherwise!
Welcome to this week’s ComicSpectrum Newsletter, feel free to forward to your friends! I got to thinking about why I like indie books so much and came to the conclusion that “Marvel Made Me Do It” way back in the 1970s. Check out my Blog this week and let me know what you think. […]
Breath of Bones: A Tale of the Golem #3 by Dave Wachter Clayface wishes he was this cool looking! The glorious coloring and texture of the golem front and center really allows the audience to observe every rock, root, and detail as it plays off the black and white background. Just look at the size […]
Welcome to this week’s ComicSpectrum Newsletter! My “collection story” is starting to hit the news. Story got picked up by the Daily Mail Online in the UK and CBR’s Robot6. I’ve gotten e-mails/Facebook messages from a number of folks in the UK & Ireland who saw the article in their local paper. I finally finished […]
The Manhattan Projects #13 by Jonathan Hickman Glad to know that several pairs of Vans checkered slip-ons were recycled into making this cover. It’s not entirely checkered, which makes the overall design that much more intriguing and appealing. Is there a pattern, or is it all just random? If there is a method to Hickman’s […]
Another week another pile of comics! Went through Previews and assembled my August order, my total # of comics is up, I need to start trimming again, which means more critical reading. I still need to get through my pile of Marvel unread comics so I can complete my survey of Marvel vs. DC, I […]
2000AD Prog 1843 by Carl Critchlow I just love the annoyed look on Dredd’s face, as if being pulled-under by giant tentacles is a regular occurrence for him. He’ll dive in begrudgingly, but he can’t deal with the situation for too long because Project Runway is on at 9 and he forgot to record it. […]