Eliot Cole Archives
When I say that you should buy something, please understand I say that in full knowledge that the prices of comics are just flat out wrong. I'm talking to the select few with enough disposable income to actually pay $3.99 for ~20 pages, often less.
Anyway, me? I'm a generally affable chap, happy to shoot it over a pint of proper beer (that's ale to some), I read basically anything, but I've found I'm now finally learning to love the small press / self-published scene a little more, even though I'm a relative newcomer to it (10y).
The MTA suspended the 7 subway line this weekend. New York Comic Con and the BTS concert at Citi Field are both affected click for more.
Review: Is Wired Up Wrong by Rachael Smith my book of the year, even though it seems like I'm laughing at someone's depression? Probably.
Review: Black Bolt #8 is a great jumping-on point from Saladin Ahmed and Christian Ward, and if it has, how has this book passed you by?
Sean Rubin's Bolivar is a gorgeous addition to anyone's bookshelf, but it really should be on a bookshelf closer to the floor and in reach of your kids.
Spider-Man #234 is a good example of how to maintain continuity without losing genuine character progression in the process.
All-New Wolverine has been a solid run so far, and this does nothing to dissuade that this particular Marvel Legacy is in fine hands with Laura.
Total War: Warhammer 2 is not just a good game — it is a bloody good game, and I mean that in the purest sense of the word.
Knights of the Golden Sun #1 is a narratively confusing first issue, which makes it hard to recommend that readers pick it up.
Dan Dare, from writer Peter Milligan and artist Alberto Fouche, is a solid #1 issue; pick it up, especially if you're giving it to a kid to read afterwards.
Oni Press has added a swath of extra stuff to their lineup for this year's New York Comic Con, including Pickle Rick pins!
There really wasn't much to take from the 'The 100' SDCC panel, other than Season 5 will take place six years after the last season, and Clarke has a kid.
Jimmy's Bastards is a jet black 'Ennisian' comedy on the best and worst of Bond, and a strong start from co-creators Garth Ennis and Russ Braun.
Si Spurrier and Jonas Goonface's Godshaper #1 has got enough going on to definitely bring you in for more.
A great new property from Finch, Guara, & Farrell at Image, Rose is deftly handling the introduction to a classically formed fantasy world.