V. tells you which comics to read this week.
V. reviews the Farewell of Fables.
Rapid Reviews of four of this week's comics from Vanessa and Lindsey.
Seasons change and so do our pull lists. G3 is keeping you up-to-date and in style with a list of comics you should probably be reading.
E. grades Batman #13, Punk Rock Jesus #4, and Amy Reeder's Halloween Eve.
I was surprised at how much I enjoyed Batman Incorporated #2, and The New Deadwardians continues to be a top-notch comic. Check out my Rapid Reviews for both books at Newsarama.
Where V. sounds off and reflects on her week in comics.
If you have not had the pleasure of reading Brian Wood and Ryan Kelly's New York Four and New York Five, I would highly recommend them both. It is not quite a coming of age story, but more like a snapshot into the lives of four girls attending college in Manhattan. NYU is about the … Continue reading 2011 Memorable Moment: Olive Branch
Last week was a big one for comics, what with the end of Brightest Day, Justice League: Generation Lost, and the release of Action Comics #900. I love a good blockbuster, and even though I wasn’t reading BD or JLGL, I’ve heard very good things from those who have. Those books don't exactly need any … Continue reading Comic Judgment: The New York Five
After thousands of years, Frau Totenkinder comes full circle.
V. vents about the apparent similarities between Madame Xanadu #28 and Chew.
Vanessa G.'s pull list, and how she feels about it.
Separating the pull list wheat from the chaff.
Rumor has it that Madame Xanadu will soon meet her end at Vertigo.
There are plenty of reasons to be evangelical about Brian K. Vaughan's Y: The Last Man — a haunting storyline in which almost every male on Earth drops dead, pages of nail-biting drama, sharp humor ... and a monkey. It's like a groundbreaking HBO show in print, with great illustrations (Pia Guerra). But of all … Continue reading Friday Favorite: Agent 355