Category Archives: Comic Books/Graphic Novels

The Pull List: 5/13/2015

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Must read comics


Abe Sapien #23

Hellboy guest stars on his buddy’s book to help him investigate one of those Loch Ness Monster wannabe legends.


East of West #19

Oh crap, I feel like East of West has been missing for awhile. Glad its back. Babylon, the son of Death, thinks he is found the value of life, and it is in a mysterious place called “The Dead Wood.”


Five Ghosts Special #1

The solicitation says this will explore the mythology of the Five Ghosts world, which I think might mean explaining the origins of the Dreamstone.


Harrow County #1

A new horror story that got a Mike Mignola stamp of approval. It is about a girl who finds out on her 18th birthday that she has a connection to the creatures and ghosts that inhabit the forest that surrounds her home.


Injection #1

Warren Ellis’ new multi-genre story about 5…

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The Pull List: 5/6/2015

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Must read comics of the week


Afterlife with Archie #8

Delays not withstanding, I really like this book. A new arc starts here that reveals a dark history of Riverdale before the zombie outbreak, a pact made between the adults of Riverdale and the witches of Greendale.


Feathers #5

Out feathered friend makes it to the center of town where he sees a giant statue of a feathered couple. Things are about to get interesting for Poe, but the “mice” are still in danger back in the city.


Hulk #16

Hulk has been trying to cure gamma creatures, and now there is only one other left: She-Hulk. His own cousin. A Hulk who has had their head on straight from the beginning.


Inhuman Annual #1

The Inhumans have become one of the most exciting parts of the Marvel comic universe, so this has become required reading. A giant sized issue…

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DC Comics’ Catwoman Comes Out of the Closet


Selina Kyle, Batman’s stealthy enemy and love interest, officially came out as bisexual in the latest issue of Catwoman.

The leather-clad cat burglar kissed another woman in Catwoman #39, illustrated by Garry Brown, confirming what many fans had long suspected about the flirtatious, hyper-sexualized character.

“For me, this wasn’t a revelation so much as a confirmation,” Genevieve Valentine, the series’ writer, said on her blog.

Catwoman’s coming out is just the latest of many efforts by comic book companies to diversify their characters. DC’s Batwoman has identified as a lesbian since 2006, and one Green Lantern, Alan Scott, is gay. In 2013, a trans woman of color was introduced as a character in Batgirl. Marvel’s Northstar, a member of the X-Men, married his partner in 2012.

Catwoman has been around for 75 years (her first appearance was in Batman #1 in 1940), and her relationship to the…

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R. Crumb Illustrates Bukowski


The delightful website Brain Pickings delves into the short lived partnership of R. Crumb and Charles Bukowski. Read the article to see even more illustrations, read excerpts from Bukowski’s stories and to marvel at the beautiful work these two created together. Below is the link. Now, go fawn over it like I did!

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The Pull LIst: 2/11/2015

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Must read comics of the week

Star Wars

Darth Vader #1

Darth Vader is one of the most classic cinema bad guys. Ever since Star Wars franchsie was bought up by Disney, the same owners of Marvel Comics, world’s are finally colliding with this new series following Vader after the events of A New Hope.


Empty #1

Another post-apocaplypse story. I just don’t think this kind of story will ever go out of style.


Five Ghosts #15

Fabian’s vmpire advenutre with Van Hesling, himself, continues.

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DC Comics Announces new series SECRET SIX written by Gail Simone!


Following her historic run on BATGIRL, writer Gail Simone is about to embark on a new series, SECRET SIX.


So, what’s the secret? We’re not saying, but with covers and character designs by Dale Eaglesham and interior art by Ken Lashley this is going to be one incredible comic book. Full of mystery and danger, SECRET SIX features six characters who, when thrown together, hate each other and must learn to work with each other.

Who are the Secret Six? Well, for now, Simone is only sharing a couple. Making their first appearance in The New 52 are Catman and Black Alice. In her interview with LA Times Hero Complex Simone talks about the book’s style. she promises the same sort of “black humor and edginess…Rather than “brightest heroes or the darkest villains,” the book lives in the gray area between, with “private detectives, mercenaries, bounty hunters, failed heroes.” Many fans…

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Meet Gwen Stacy – Spider-Woman! Your First Look at EDGE OF SPIDER-VERSE #2!

Such a cool twist for the franchise.


Edge_of_Spider-Verse_2_CoverAs spider-powered heroes from across all universes unite to battle back the threat of Morlun, meet a young girl from Midtown High who learned that with great power, comes great responsibility. Today, Marvel is proud to present your first look at September’s EDGE OF SPIDER-VERSE #2, from critically acclaimed writer Jason Latour and rising-star artist Robbi Rodriguez! She’s smart, she’s tough, she’s charming and she can lift a car – she’s Gwen Stacy! Patrolling the New York City of her universe, she keeps the streets safe as the vigilante known as Spider-Woman! Just don’t tell her father, NYPD Police Chief George Stacy!

“This story sees Gwen at a real crossroads of her life,” says writer Jason Latour, in an interview with “Spider-Woman is wanted for a crime she didn’t commit. So where as her life in costume before was a lot of adventuring and fun…

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Sunday Funnies As Covers Anyone?


Click the link below to see more comic book and pop inspired covers. The above cover of Frakenstein being one of them, by Daniel Clowes.  You might want to put your translator on though. The website is in Spanish.


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Comics Online

My nerd girl is excited about this.

Live for Comics

I think one of the easiest ways to read comics is online. Now it pails in comparison to holding a printed copy of your fav comic, but I recently found an awesome website called They have so many free comics, DC and marvel. Best of all it also works on my phone! So I suggest you guys check it out.

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The 100 Must Read Graphic Novels (Pt. 4)

Anytime graphic novels get exposure, I like it. Thank goodness for these posts! =)

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Aaaaaand we’re back! The age of DC is over and this weeks list will be all about the Marvels!

Remember to check out Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3!

More Marvels

#31 Marvels

#31 – Marvels

Entry written by G-Funk

One of the many titles that have achieved widespread recognition due to the artwork by Alex Ross. In order to recap and celebrate the long history of Marvel superheroes we follow an everyman photographer as he witnesses events from the sidelines. He’s in the crowd when the Human Torch fought Namor, Galactus attacked the Earth, mutant appearances cause riots and the age of The Avengers. It’s a stunning volume for both long term fans and newcomers. The incredible artwork alone is worth the price.

#32 Origins

#32 – Wolverine: Origins

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Wolverine started out as a Hulk villain before joining the X-Men and becoming the most popular character at Marvel comics ever…

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