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Forty-Three Thoughts About Forty-Three  Comics – Veil, Darkness, New Warriors, Nova, Tales Of Honor, Action Comics, Uncanny X-Men, Phantom Stranger, Moon Knight, Wolverine & The X-Men, Wild Blue Yonder, Sinister Dexter, Gate-Way, Rogue Trooper, She-Hulk, Loki, The Movement, Arkham War, Earth 2, Batwing, Green Lantern, Adventure Time, Evil Empire, Wild Blue Yonder, Suicide Risk, Garfield, Day Men, Shadow Now, Twilight Zone, Bad Blood, Terminator, Lobster Johnson, Grindhouse, Victories, Catalyst Comix, Apocalypse Al, Drumhellar, Clone, Evil Empire, Revival, Saviors, Velvet And Secret
Well, it is all a computer game I suppose but I somehow don't think it will hold. Drumhellar takes a less extreme position, fighting against the trope, but offering something in its place, richer, deeper, more constructive. Whereas Clone rejects sex for… gossip? That's how I'm reading it Where there's dirt, there's brass cheek after all[...]
Four Image First Pages – Drumhellar, Five Ghosts, Minimum Wage and Rocket Girl
On the fourth day of Christmas, Bleeding Cool gave to me, Four first pages from Ghosts Of Image Comics Future, Drumhellar #3, Five Ghosts #8, Minimum Wage #1 and Rocket Girl #3 On the fourth day of Christmas, Bleeding Cool gave to me, Four first pages from Ghosts Of Image Comics Future, Drumhellar #3, Five Ghosts #8,[...]
Forty-One Thoughts About Forty Comics – Uber, Uncanny X-Men, Wolverine & The X-Men, Satellite Sam, Sinister Dexter, Skin Trade, Three, Chew, Manifest Destiny, Wasteland, Batman, Batgirl, Wolverine, Deathmatch, 3 Guns, Nova, Thunderbolts, Adventure Time, Krampus, Protocol Orphans, Drumhellar, GI Joe, Justice League #3000, Superboy, Unity, Harbinger, A Boy And A Girl, Warlock, Doc Savage, GI Joe Special Missions, Indestructible, Alex + Ada, Lazarus, Memory Collectors, Dead Body Road, Powerpuff Girls, Star Trek, Wraith And X-Files
I say, and a few xenophobic ones as well. And Protocol Orphans #2 is always on hand to show us us how food can say so much. Aw man, thanks for that Drumhellar #2, you totally put me off my food. Exactly, just like that, GI Joe #11 But come on, enough is enough It's just a waste! The[...]
Comics For People Who Miss Hellblazer
Wicker. For fans of noir, dark comedy and titles that drip with emotional resonance, The Goon by Eric Powell is a title well worth reading. (DISCLAIMER: Oh… while I hope this goes without saying, let the record show that I'm labelling The Goon as a book from "The Past" because as of this writing it already has[...]
Thirty-Three Thoughts About Thirty-Two Comics – Painkiller Jane, Captain America, Batman/Superman, Batwing, Green Arrow, Mighty Avengers, The Movement, Superman Unchained, Red Sonja Legends, Detective Comics, Action Comics, Iron Man, Longshot, The Star Wars, Victories, East Of West, Amazing X-Men, Ten Grand, Spawn, Grindhouse, Occultist, Fatale, Uber, Absolution, Drumhellar, Alex + Ada, Baltimore: Infernal, Cobra Files, Dark Cybertron, Morning Glories And Classic Dredd
Though not as much as Bleeding Cool owner Avatar Press' other stablemate this week. That's quite a Neo Tokyo explosion in today's Absolution: Rubicon, no? "Mummy, can I have a bog man from Drumhellar #1, also launching from Image Comics today?" I'll be really good and won't ask for anything else ever again… Apart from all the future[...]
Looking Backwards And Forwards With Riley Rossmo
With this trend of exciting and invigorating books already under his belt and his latest Image/Shadowline series Drumhellar hitting the shelves in November, now presented itself as the perfect time to talk to Rossmo about his past projects as well as what readers can expect from the upcoming "rural fantasy" Drumhellar. Dirk Manning: You have a[...]