Scumbag is Rick Remenders new title out of Image Comics. The first issue was just a great and entertaining read so I anticipated equal fun in this followup issue, hoping the momentum can keep on going.
Welcome to this weeks spec and drek. This is where we pick the winners each week we think will be spec worthy, a great read or just cool looking art on the cover. I also dive into the pesky drek, the book you should probably avoid if you can or perhaps not invest so heavily into.
For all you people who might of missed it the first go round or pre-order, looks like the Spawn #310 BW Variant is back in stock at TFAW.
This one looks great. Rick Remender rarely disappoints with his writing. I think the only thing that’s been killing some of his books is the long delays between issues.
Doesn’t get new cover art but goes from red to blue/gray.
The upcoming series Commanders In Crisis by Steve Orlando (Wonder Woman, Doom Patrol: Milk Wars, Martian Manhunter) and Davide Tinto (Marvel Action: Spider-Man) will feature two virgin, without trade dress, incentive covers of the Mirka Andolfo (1:10) and Peach Momoko (1:25) variants. These stunning covers will hit stores when the new superhero series takes flight from Image comics this October.
Continue reading this press release.
Welcome back to another DrunkWooky comic book review! Today I’m taking a look at Inkblot #1 by Emma Kubert and Rusty Gladd.
This is a new number one coming out from Image Comics with Ales Kot writing about the Vietnam War. As a war story junkie, it’s on the check out list as I have yet to read the full issue, from the preview pages I’ve gathered here for you it’s promising.
Brubaker and Phillips are a dream team when it comes to storytelling. Brubaker is the master narrative writer while Phillips gritty dark and heavy outline approach does what he does best from pane to pane.
The print run is going to be massive. There’s likely going to be a ton of store variants. So go with Cover A if you can’t decide or buy the cover you like most. But looking forward to this new series since I really enjoyed God Country (as I’m still severely behind in catching up on Redneck).
Continue reading for the full press release and the sneak peek preview they provided with it.
Yes, it’s Chu, the acronym for this site and yes, coincidentally the guy who runs this site is named Tony. But here’s your sneak peek preview I promised of the next chapter spun directly out of the beloved Chew from the mind of John Layman.
Dead Body Road was a great read a few years back. Now comes the next story in the series which I have some high hopes for. Justin Jordan rarely disappoints though.
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.
One of the better Image titles I think of the past 2 years is coming to its conclusion this July.
That Texas Blood is a new book I’ve been anticipating since first seeing the initial press release. And now I’ve been given an advanced review copy which I’ll say is a slow build but I definitely want to see where this story is heading.
The hit new series from Mirka Andolfo continues and picks up where it left off after the two month hiatus.
The first volume of Nailbiter was a great read. So this new volume is on the must pick up and read list. Nailbiter would make a great Netflix or other streaming show if you ask me.