V. knows things, like which comics are worthy.
I throw in three reviews for Chew, Batwoman and Young Avengers in this week's Best Shots Rapid Review column. Check it.
Chew is set to run for 60 issues, and issue #30 marked the half way point. Naturally, it was a big one. Chew #30 is a smorgasbord of memorable moments.
It's been awhile since we have done a versus poll here at G3, so I am bringing it back with some Image Comics ferocity. I have told you several times you should be reading Chew. Since you listen to every thing I say, you know exactly who Poyo is. If you don't know who Poyo … Continue reading Poyo v. The Stalk: Who Would Win?
V. runs down her pull list - Wonder Woman, Birds of Prey, Fables, Morning Glories, and of course ... CHEW!
Where V. sounds off and reflects on her week in comics.
ANY day of the year will do for the following First World items my heart so desires. If you are interested in sponsoring a small piece of my geek happiness without anything in return besides a thank you, message me. I'm not kidding. Ame-Comi Heroine Series: Wonder Woman I should have bought it when it … Continue reading G3 Gift Guide: Part V.
"Concentrated mayhem. Feathers, rage, and hate."
V. vents about the apparent similarities between Madame Xanadu #28 and Chew.
Vanessa G.'s pull list, and how she feels about it.
Chew Volume 1: Taster's Choice Story: John Layman Art: Rob Guillory Image Comics With all the recent shenanigans at DC, I was mad and stuff. So I'm all, "I'm gonna read more indie books!" Chew was on my list of alternative books, and one of the guys in the GP (my Geek Posse) happened to … Continue reading G3 Review: Chew Volume 1 – Taster’s Choice