The first volume of Colonial Comics focused on little-known stories of colonial New England between the years 1620 and 1750. The book featured a collection of historians, writers, and illustrators telling stories of female business owners, slaves, Native Americans, Jewish settlers, and…
My pal, Jason Rodriguez is putting together a stunningly cool Anthology. Go check it out.
Please be gentle, this is my first time.
The Life After isn’t the book that brought me back into the comic world. It wasn’t even one of the first I started collecting once I dove back into this endless pool of make believe. But I have to say it was the one that inspired me to want to start…
It must be a strange feeling that while going about your daily eat-work-eat-sleep routine, the very fabric of time and space starts to crumble, with you as the centre point. In Joshua Hale Fialkov and…
"The Bunker" issue 5 from #onipress story by Joshua Hale Fialkov art by Joe Infurnari AzM rating: 4.8 stars #comicbooks (at AzM HQ)
It would appear that you can now vote for this year’s Stumptown Comics Awards. Here are some recommendations…
Best Artist: Nate Powell, Colleen Coover, and Carla Speed McNeil are all great choices!
Best Writer: Joshua Hal Fialkov, Jai Nitz,or Matt Kindt methinks!
Best Cartoonist: Ulises Farinas HANDS DOWN!
Best Letterer: I like that Ed Brissom… I mean, Ed Brisson!
Best colorist: Gotta go with Dave Stewart!
Best Publication design: I’m biased, but definitely Sin Titulo!
Best Anthology: Biased again, but Dark Horse Presents would be a good vote!
Best New Comic: My vote goes to The Bunker.
Best Younger Readers Publication: I’m a Sakai die hard, so Adventures of Nilson Groundthumper!
Best Webcomic: Christopher Sebela and Ibrahim Moustafa’s High Crimes!
Best Small Press: I enjoyed Study Group #2!