This week we’re rounding up four first issues from the month gone by!
A little late but we’re rounding up some of October’s indie titles! We’re discussing No One Left To Fight II #1, My Little Pony: Generations #1, Chicken Devil #1 and Hellcop #1!
Slightly later than usual we’re rounding up some comics that piqued out interest in August!
This week’s comic book news is really more about press releases from the week just gone, there’s just been so many cool looking series announced that it seemed like we should dedicate some time to rounding them up!
Zach and Angela are teaming up to discuss some recommendations of good comic book series to read on holiday!
On this episode Will and Zach are counting down their top five licensed comics.
Now that June is behind us we’re rounding up four indie comics from the month just gone!
Bad Idea! Spawn Universe! Umbrella Academy!
It’s Pride Month! And with that in mind Angela and Zach are discussing some of their top Pride Month comic book recommendations!
It’s the end of May and we’ve picked four first issues from the last month to check out! We’re discussing Becstar #1 by Joe Coralo & Lorenzo Colangeli from Mad Cave, Marjorie Finnegan: Temporal Criminal #1 by Garth Ennis & Goran Sudzuka from AWA/Upshot, Jenny Zero #1 by Dave Dwonch, Brockton McKinney & Magenta King from Dark Horse, and Eve […]
“…this situation has come about following a large-scale, final battle in the heroes’ home of Spiral City 10 years ago battling the Anti-God.”
“while this is our best of 2020 list, this is a ‘best of’ written by someone buying books…so it isn’t going to include everything that came out this year.”
“Equally nostalgic and unsettling on every page”
by Will Holden I know what you’re thinking, “This looks like a superhero book”, and you’d be right. But beneath the capes and tights veneer is a story which belies its horror influences. Written by Gail Simone with art by Jim Calafiore, Leaving Megalopolis was originally produced with funding from a successful Kickstarter campaign and was subsequently published by Dark […]
“The creative team are not above letting an adorable pooch or fluffy kitty get gobbled up”
“Count Crowley is brimming with offbeat horror B-movie vibes.”