Comic Book Fetish Faves | January 2017

Saga #42 (IMAGE) = 5.0 Southern Bastards #16 (IMAGE) = 5.0 Kill or Be Killed #5 (IMAGE) = 4.5 Saga #41 (IMAGE) = 4.5 (* Delayed shipping) Jessica Jones (MARVEL) = 4.5 Birthright #21 (IMAGE) = 4.0 Frostbite #5 (VERTIGO) = 4.0 The Dregs #1 (BLACK MASK) = 3.5 Savage #3 (VALIANT) = 3.5 Odyssey of the Amazons #1 (DC) = 3.5 Animosity: The Rise #1 (AFTERSHOCK) = 3.0 Green Valley #4 (IMAGE) = 3.0 Loose Ends #1 (IMAGE) = 3.0 Moonshine #4 (IMAGE) = 3.0 Wonder Woman #14 (DC) = 2.5 Shipwreck #3 (AFTERSHOCK) = 2.0   Continue reading Comic Book Fetish Faves | January 2017

CELEBRATE IMAGE DAY ON WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2017

On February 1, 1992, seven comics superstars Erik Larsen, Jim Lee, Rob Liefeld, Todd McFarlane, Whilce Portacio, Marc Silvestri, and Jim Valentino came together to form their own company that would change the landscape of comics forever. Current partners McFarlane, … Continue reading CELEBRATE IMAGE DAY ON WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2017

Image Comics 25th Anniversary Variant for DEADLY CLASS — Outright Geekery

IMAGE COMICS KICKS OFF 25TH ANNIVERSARY THEME VARIANTS WITH DEADLY CLASS’ NOD TO CYBERFORCE Image Comics is pleased to announce monthly theme variants in celebration of the company’s 25th anniversary this year. The series of variants will launch with Rick… … Continue reading Image Comics 25th Anniversary Variant for DEADLY CLASS — Outright Geekery

SkyBound Adds DEMONIC to its Roster

Coming in August is the first issue to the Robert Kirkman-created miniseries DEMONIC, written by Christopher Sebela and illustrated by Niko Walter with colors by Dan Brown. From the solicitation: Detective Scott Graves will do anything to protect his family… even bargain … Continue reading SkyBound Adds DEMONIC to its Roster

Creator-Owned Comics Demand Patience

By Brandon L. Rucker And that’s all right.  I’m good with it.  However, some folks feel entitled to having all comics be monthly, thanks to the periodical standard set ages ago (although going way back many titles from the Golden Age and early Silver Age were actually bi-monthly).  Me, I’m a fairly patient dude.  I really am.  In a weird way a little less can be more for me (Marvel doesn’t grasp that concept, though, with their rampant redundancy in titles and accelerated shipping on some of them). So long as I don’t have  to wait more than 3 months between … Continue reading Creator-Owned Comics Demand Patience