Hopefully, it will get even better from here. Kid Lobotomy #6 cover by Nick Robles Loss: Kid Lobotomy #6's Impenetrable Surrealism I will admit that I've not read the rest of this series, but Kid Lobotomy #6 is among the most unforgiving comics to a new reader that I've ever seen It's finishing an arc, but that doesn't fix the[...]
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[rwp-review-recap id="0"] I'm not even sure where to start with the plot of this one. Kid Lobotomy has a flashback to a time when he saw Big Daddy beat a man to death over a disagreement about a book Kid runs away, and we return to the present where he is given guidance by a giant cockroach[...]
But it takes Julie's sentimental journey to a late '80s Smiths concert to figure out who's behind it—which is likely to ruffle Dorothy Culpepper's tarnished, bloody feathers. FC • 32 pages • $3.99 Punks Not Dead #4—Cover B: Dilraj Mann David Barnett (w) • Martin Simmonds (a) • Dilraj Mann (c) FC • 32 pages • $3.99 Bullet points: Don't miss[...]
IDW February 2018 Solicits: The One Reprinted, Punk's Not Dead Launching, Jim Starlin Artifact Edition
IDW Publishing has put out their solicits catalog for February 2018, and we have them for you to browse through right here.
Shelly Bond's Black Crown SDCC Preview Reveals Assassinistas, Punks Not Dead, BCQ, Plus A Kid Lobotomy Preview
We do, however, have a preview of Kid Lobotomy, the comic by Peter Milligan and Tess Fowler, via pages from the Black Crown Preview posted on THR. We should learn more about these other titles at the Black Crown: At the Cross Street of Comics & Chaos panel at San Diego Comic Con this Friday, but[...]