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Love And Rockets Becomes A Monthly Comic (NOT), From September

They had a very successful Free Comic Book Day.Fantagraphics originally published Love And Rockets in the eighties as an ongoing not-monthly magazine, the schedule of which became more erratic, before moving to separate mini-series and graphic novels.But in September, it is becoming a monthly comic book, in the standard US comic book size.Volume 4 of[...]

Maxx's Super Awesome Comic Review Show – Secret Wars, Harrow County, Injection, Five Ghosts, Ms. Marvel, Saga & More!

Marvel #15Dark Horse Comics: Harrow County #1Marvel Comics: Secret Wars #2Where Do We Go From Here #1Also discussed: Jim Henson's Storyteller: Witches, the Exterminators, FBP, the Coffin, Deep Sleeper, Trees, Moon Knight, Northlanders, Bad Blood, BPRD, Avengers, Marvels, Fantastic Four, Ultimate Comics: The Ultimates, Love and Rockets, Strangers in Paradise, Sandman Mystery TheaterSee you again[...]

Gilbert Hernandez Creates Brand New Comic, Blubber #1 For Fantagraphics

Coming in June from Fantagraphics, a brand new comic from Gilbert Hernandez, the co-creator of Love And Rockets, Blubber #1. What's this? An all-new, stand-alone, one-shot comic book from one of our greatest living cartoonists? Christmas has come early! Featuring six mostly wordless, thoroughly surreal adventures featuring a cast of misfits, monsters, and anthropomorphs that could[...]

Hot Comics – The Three Hundred Dollar Club – January 2015

All raw copies, no slabbing here, no variant covers, no artificial collectibility, just the standard books that, if you have them in your collection, could pay your rent for a few months.And they are...Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #1 $2513 - the film seems to have given this comic new wings, soaring over the traditional topper...The[...]

Here Are The Eisner Awards Nominations For 2014

Of Love And Rockets, of March Book One and Bluffton: My Summers with Buster. And of Fantagraphics and Image Comics ruling the roost...Who wins of course, well, that's for the night of the show...Best Short Story“Go Owls,” by Adrian Tomine, in Optic Nerve #13 (Drawn & Quarterly) “Mars to Stay,” by Brett Lewis and Cliff Chiang, in Witching Hour (DC) “Seaside Home,” by[...]