Mech Cadet Yu by Greg Pak and Takeshi Miyazawa is easily the most fun, charming, and upbeat new series of 2017. Since I only got around to reviewing two
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As I was initially reading Heartbreak Quadrant by Barrett Stanley, I knew that this was going to be one of my favorite comics of the year. It's such a perfect mixture humor, emotion, and high sci-fi.
Alien Toilet Monsters #1 by Carol Zara and Eric Barnett is one of the most bizarre and charming comics you could read this year.
Aftershock has found a direct line to my heart, and this is thanks to books like Jimmy's Bastards, the aforementioned Animosity, and, here, Unholy Grail
Cards on the table, I still haven't gotten around to watching the movie this comic is based upon. Sue me. This is one of those comics that was just plain
A fantasy superhero epic set in ancient Kush starring a group of princes and princesses with incredible powers Kids 2 Kings is definitely one of the independent comics to keep an eye on.
Top Alternative Publisher Comics of 2017 #5: Animosity #11 by Marguerite Bennett and Rafael de la Torre
So, VICE said they couldn't find 10 comics to put on their list for 2017. I get that 2017 has been a bit of a crap PR year for comics, especially the Big
While there were many great independent comics that came out this year, The Trade by Thomas Smith and Katie Whittle stands out for its depth and beauty. While it does have a publishing house connected to it, Frisson Comics was actually set up by Smith and Whittle to put out their comics.
I came around to the Tom King Batman train a lot later than most for reasons now well documented on Bleeding Cool, and Batman Annual #2 by King, Lee Weeks, and Michael Lark is a big part of the reason I ever came around to it all.
It's no secret that Green Lanterns is probably my favorite DC title being put out at the moment. However, there is this weird thing where no one issue is
And now, let us kick off Bleeding Cool's Best DC Comics of 2017 list with Batman: The Dawnbreaker #1 by Sam Humphries and Ethan van Sciver.
So, this was the first 10/10 I gave to a single issue of a comic on this site (The Magneto Testament was the actual first). That's because Captain Phasma
Let's kick off our top Marvel Comics of 2017 list with its resident Lethal Protector: Venom. Specifically, we're talking Venom #156 by Mike Costa and Mark Bagley.