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Cammy's Covers – The Snakes Of Ultimates And Batwoman
Marvel should definitely use this image as the cover to the first trade paperback, because it's just too amazing to pass-up! Saucer Country #11 by Ryan Kelly This is my favorite cover of the week, hands down! Nothing creepier than aliens mixed-in with some fantasy The symmetry alone is gorgeous, as well as the design for every[...]
Twelve Thoughts About Twelve Comics – Bedlam, Nightwing, Minutemen, Hellblazer, Deadpool Killustrated, Gambit, Young Avengers, Saucer Country, The Answer, Green Lantern, Batwoman and Uncanny Avengers
And yes, with this scene in Young Avengers, we are totally reading Phonogram really, aren't we? Saucer Country gives us people who bash fairies… in a very literal fashion I've enjoyed how this book jumps genres so effortlessly, weaving it's very own specific form of fantasy and science fiction conspiracy I'll miss it. The Answer from Dennis[...]
Blood In The Water
I'll be first in line to read it! Paul Cornell blamed low sales but added; I've opted to complete the arc as planned, with maybe an added 'end of season' feel, and finish Saucer Country on an 'end of volume one' note, with a big outcome decided (the last three issues are set on election night) and[...]
Fourteen Thoughts About Fourteen Comics – Batgirl, Amazing Spider-Man, Walking Dead, Thief Of Thieves, Saga, Ultimates, Wolverine And The Uncanny X-Men, Avengers, The Boys, Suicide Squad, Phantom Stranger, Punk Rock Jesus, Locke & Key And Saucer Country
Saucer Country out and says it, conflating conspiracy theories about political assassination and alien abduction, and giving one who has experienced the one, a close call with the other and finding the parallels. The new Locke And Key series starts It's Omega, it's about endings, so of course it's also about beginnings as well Looks to[...]
Eleven Thoughts About Eleven Of Today's Comics – JiM, Demon Knights, Crossed Badlands, Batwoman, Peter Panzerfaust, Queen Crab, Batgirl, Saga, Saucer Country, Fantastic Four and Avengers
It is, after all, a saga… Another book taking subtexts and placing them in plain sight for all to see is the new launch of Saucer Country from Vertigo, the story of a presidential candidate who is not only dealing with the idea that she may have been abducted by aliens, but used the fact that her parents[...]
DC Vertigo Relaunch: Covers For Issue 2
And, from the DC blog, are the four second issue covers for April for Saucer Country, The New Deadwardians, Dominique Laveau: Voodoo Child and Fairest. They aren't calling it a relaunch Because it isn't one But the decision to launch four new titles from DC Vertigo in March does give it a slightly[...]
DC To Support Vertigo Relaunch With Ordering Incentives And Variant Covers
It is unlikely a book like Animal Man would have caught on quite so quickly if there weren't plenty of copies for people to try when they read the rewards. In March, DC's mature readers imprint, Vertigo, is having a mini-relaunch of its own with four new series starting, Fairest, Saucer Country, The New Deadwardians and[...]
Saucer Country From Paul Cornell And Ryan Kelly: "It's The West Wing Does The X-Files"
Writer Paul Cornell has elaborated on one of Vertigo's NYCC announcements today — an ongoing series by Cornell and artist Ryan Kelly about a presidential candidate who is 'abducted by aliens'. It's called Saucer Country. It's about Arcadia Alvarado, the Governor of New Mexico, who, on the eve of announcing that she's running for President…[...]