Things I Like and Dislike for the Week of March 20th, 2019

It’s that time again, where I tell you what’s really grinding my gears for the week of March 20th, 2019.

Some weeks it’s mostly likes, other weeks it’s dislikes.

So what’s grinding my gears this week?

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Lazarus Risen #1 – Extended Sneak Peek Preview

Lazarus written by Greg Rucka and from Image Comics was optioned with a media deal. This week Lazarus Risen which is the next story arc and volume is hitting our local store shelves.

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Flashback Friday – One Year Later

I really do miss Shawn B’s One Year Later reports. So let’s try and bring these back in a sense. At least it’ll be fun to see what we were talking about a year ago at this time and what those books are doing now, one year later.

Welcome to the first Flashback Friday.

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Throwback Thursday for March 14th, 2019

This Thursday we go back to the early days of the X-Men. It’s hard to imagine these next two characters were introduced so early on, since we’ve now been accustomed to seeing them alongside the Avengers lately.

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One Week Later Report for March 13th, 2019

Welcome once again to the another installment of the One Week Later Report. This week we’ll cover the books released on 3/6/2018.

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Poyo’s Spec and Drek for March 13th, 2019

Another Wednesday is upon us. We spec and I drek, then we spend our hard earned cash on the comics we want to flip, collect and read.

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A Post-World War II Crime Noir SIMON SAYS Hits Shelves This September

Image Comics is pleased to announce an all-new, original graphic Simon Says OGN covernovel, Simon Says by Andre R. Frattino and Jesse Lee which will paint a post-World War II Europe in a scarlet shade of revenge this September.

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Girl With No Name Kickstarter – Updates from Legion M

I brought this up way back in October of 2018 you can find here. Today we got some kickstarter updates from Legion M on this project.

Legion M Launches “Girl With No Name” Kickstarter Campaign to Pre-sale Comic Book and Bring Fans into the Development of the Franchise’s Feature Film.

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Graham Nolan and Ominous Press Take You Back to MONSTER ISLAND

Celebrating his birthday in monstrous fashion, writer-artist Graham Nolan teams with Ominous Press once again to launch the Kickstarter campaign for his graphic novel RETURN TO MONSTER ISLAND today.

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Pulse Films & Andrew Lau Take Global English-Language Rights to ‘YOUNG AND DANGEROUS’, The Longest-Running Chinese Comic in Publication

Somehow this was sitting in my spam folder so I’m just now getting to this tidbit of news. I’m not that familiar with this comic myself but now that it might hit our movie screens soon here in North America, could be worth checking out or keeping a watchful eye on.

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Paul Pope’s HEAVY LIQUID Finds New Home at Image Comics with 20th ANNIVERSARY Edition

For you Paul Pope fans out there, this Image PR is just for you:

Image Comics is pleased to celebrate two decades of Paul Pope’s (Battling Boy, Batman: Year 100) Eisner Award-nominated, science-fiction/cyberpunk classic Heavy Liquid with an exuberant, all-new, 20th anniversary trade paperback. This gorgeous new edition will collect issues #1-5 of the Heavy Liquid series and feature newly remastered colors by Pope to restore them to his original vision, making them more vibrant and powerful.

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