As you all likely read, a week ago I introduced a new contest for those to win a copy of the Rick & Morty vs Dungeons & Dragons Sneak Preview Gen Con variant.
For all you JTC fans, the time has come for the first ever John Tyler Christopher Star Wars Action Figure Variant Wrap Around.
Welcome once again to the wonderful world of Poyo’s Spec and Drek picks for the week of August 22, 2018.
This past July we saw Batman get married, well, almost married since he got stood up at the alter. We saw some more Marvel reboots and #1 books along with some great new independent and small publisher books. So here’s July 2018 in review.
You want to know what really grinds my gears?
Who likes Rick & Morty? Who likes Dungeons & Dragons? Well, here’s your chance to win a copy of the GenCon Sneak Preview Variant. Read more on how to win a copy in this awesome contest.
Sometimes art alone can tell the story without a lot of dialogue. When I got an advance review of Cemetary Beach that hits store shelves September 12th, it was one of those books I had to check out immediately. This is one of those books that the art alone makes it a worthy book. Warren Ellis writing doesn’t hurt either.
Cullen Bunn is no doubt a master writer of horror and suspense comics. With his hit series Harrow County, he also brought us Regression while writing heavily for Marvel currently and in the past, his latest book is Cold Spots out from Image Comics with artist Mark Torres
It’s that time again. We spec, we drek and we buy books we think are going to be great reads. Some books we pick up for just the artwork. Either way, for those that read this, we can all count on our wallets getting a little lighter come Wednesday.
It’s that time once again to let the CHU followers in on what’s really grinding my gears this week.
Most big sales from online retailers are usually a bunch of books nobody wants or already blew their money at retail cover prices. Every few months though Midtown will have a 75% off sale, likely to dump off inventory of recent and older back issues that is worthy in checking out for bargains.
It’s another great week of comics. Not sure about you all but I think there might be some winners this week.
Isn’t life grand? We have the luxury to worry about comic books, movies and other nonsense in the world that doesn’t directly impact our lives.
So here I am again, here to tell you what’s really grinding my gears this week, because you know, 1st world problems suck. But I try to tell you all the things I also like as well.
Remember Once Our Land, which was an original Kickstarter graphic novel turned Scout Comics two issue comic book? Well, for fans of Once Our Land, the creator Peter Ricq is bringing back this popular series with Once Our Land 2.
It’s that time again to spec and drek. We try to pick winners based on spec value potential, books to just read or simply books to tuck away in the personal collection.