When his sister summons him home to help solve a string of grisly murders, the town outcast must outrun his own demons to help save the town that cast him out.
“A biblical plague has broken out and has infected humanity, transforming people into terrible and voracious giant locusts. The uninfected try to survive through all this, fighting against a disease that cannot be stopped.”
As promised, the Covrprice.com runners-up list. Think of this as the second half of the top 20. Continue reading “Covrprice.com Runners-Up for 6/18/20”
Since Covrprice.com came on the scene, they have become a go to spot for watching eBaytrends on comics. They scour thousands of eBay sales to cultivate data to spotlight the hottest selling comics. Here is this week’s Top Ten Comics: (Please note, potential spoilers do follow, and, these results are for auction that closed last week. )
Continue reading “CovrPrice Top 10 for Week Ending June 18, 2020”
Spawn #307 is out next week and the last page ends with a returning character who is now going by a new name.. well, shortened that is…
This article was originally published on DrunkWooky.com.
Reader beware, there be spoilers ahead!
Snyder and Capullo’s Dark Nights Metal was a non-stop warpath through the DC Universe and it’s multiple parallel universes. It required a masters degree in DC literature, and even then you felt a little left out if you couldn’t quite remember every story beat from the past twenty years. The whole thing felt like it required an annotated edition complete with footnotes.
Something is making the Distorted go insane. Everywhere in the world, there is someone different, special, cursed, who is losing their mind right now. They are extraordinary, dangerous, and must be kept under control.
Code 45 is a 5-issue graphic novel about Vanessa, a subway driver in Montreal who hears rumors that there are ‘dragons’ in the tunnels, monstrous apparitions that seemingly defy any explanation.
It’s a one shot comic to detail what Negan’s been doing since he was cast out from the groups he tormented and also saved.
Bestselling writer James Tynion IV (Batman, Something Is Killing the Children) and breakout artist Martin Simmonds (Dying Is Easy) team up to debut their first Image Comics ongoing series this September 2020, The Department of Truth. Continue reading “James Tynion Releases Info on Next Secret Project, ‘Department of Truth’”
Descender and Ascender by Jeff Lemire and Dustin Nguyen has been picked up for a television series according to Variety.com. You may remember that Descender was optioned for a movie by Sony before the book had even come out. That option has since expired and the media option has been picked up by Canada’s Lark Productions. Continue reading “Descender and Ascender Picked Up for TV Series”
Wednesday, the best day of the week, new comic book day.
We open things up to hear from you. A free for all.
The 289th edition (and the 8th quarantine edition) of the open forum!
Every week, hundreds of new comics hit the stands, each with potential. We pick the ones we think have the best shot at heating up. Here are our picks of the week for delivery 6/10/20. Continue reading “Comic Picks of the Week for Delivery 6/17/20”
Another Comic Con cancels for 2020, however, this is one of ReedPop’s cons and begs the question will their biggest show of the year, New York Comic Con, still take place Continue reading “Keystone Comic Con Cancels 2020 Con”
A lot of sites released the spoiler pages from the upcoming Empyre Fantastic Four #0 but without the bubble speech. Well, CHU got a hold of the pages with bubble text and dialogue, to give you a true first look at the new Elder of the Universe named the Profiteer.
Dark Nights Death Metal #1 is in stores tomorrow (thanks to DC switching distributors) and Wednesday. It is the follow up to Dark Nights Metal. It is a great follow up giving more Batmen, some deaths, and lots of sweet cameos. Check out the spoilers below.
Welcome to my own weekly spec which includes my weekly drek picks. I pick what I think will be winners, not only if you make money by flipping but winners as in either a great read or just awesome art.
Then there’s the pesky drek, the comic you should avoid altogether or not fall into the buying every variant trap.
Greetings my Comics Heating Up family. I want to just say to my friend and a mentor Dennis O’Neil rest in peace. Thank you for your body of work from Batman to Daredevil, from Spiderman and beyond. Thank you for all of our convention chats as I met Denny at a Big Apple Comiccon many years ago and we have been friends ever since. Always remember to tell the people you care about that you love and care about them, you never know when the last time will be. Now lets make the money on some comics cause you can’t teach that
Some weeks it’s mostly likes, other weeks it’s dislikes.
So what’s grinding my gears this week?