Home Sick Pilots is out this week and the following is a review by our very own Ein who’s a frequent CHU site and forum member.
Welcome back to another DrunkWooky comic book review! Today I’m taking a look at Inkblot #1 by Emma Kubert and Rusty Gladd.
2020’s Alien Original Screenplay issue #1 released Wednesday August 5th and I took a look inside!
Beware, spoilers (as much as you can spoil a 40-year-old film) are ahead!
Welcome back, everybody, to my read through DC’s premiere Bat Event for 2020, The Joker War! I’m continuing to take a look at each issue, including tie-ins, and assessing the Joker’s damage during this all-out war for Gotham-wide control! I’m adding each review to the master Joker War Reading Order and assessing which issues are essential and what tie-ins you can leave out if you like.
(sigh) Ok, let’s get this over with. Today, I continue my disheartening drudge through Snyder and Capullo’s Dark Nights Death Metal with Issue #3 out August 12, 2020, or August 11, 2020 if your LCS plays ball with Tuesday release.
There were plenty in the comic flipping community that frowned upon articles that point out final order cut-off of books. Some claim this hurts comic flippers despite the information already being out there along with publishers emailing out such notices on their own books.
Last time I checked, CHU was a website for comic book flipping among the other noise we generate.
So perhaps we should revisit some of these highlighted books to see how much our highlights affected the secondary market, which I’m pretty certain made zero impact if we had mentioned the books or didn’t mention them.
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It felt like August came and left us in a hurry despite it’s 5 Wednesdays. I can’t even recall most of the books that came out without looking them up. Maybe it’s that 5th Wednesday that pushed the number of books in August or I’m just getting old with a poor memory now.
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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.
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
The Jenkins Family farm isn’t your typical farm. Yes, they grow plug and play human organs. Need an ear, they can grow that. Need a liver, they can grow that too. Jed Jenkins has mastered what is likely stem-cell research into a bio-engineering empire for human kind.
The Weatherman hits comic stands this Wednesday, June 13th 2018. From the writer who brought us Shirtless Bear Fighter, brings forth a story about a man who doesn’t only recall his past but clearly is living in a present day world as if everything is normal, except second dates.
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