I’ve got two great serial titles, and both of them are Good Stuff, i.e., comics I can recommend to some majority of you who read comics regularly.
Author: A. J. Jones
POE : STORIES AND POEMS by Gareth Hinds and LIKE A VELVET GLOVE CAST IN IRON by Daniel Clowes : two brilliant examples of graphic literature. Find out more !
In THE HELL SCREEN, Usagi Yojimbo faces brutal murders connected to a demonic painting, as well as a bat ninja, two different species of kappa, and more !
Alex Paknadel and Artyom Trakhanov give us a future Earth recently liberated from alien occupation – thanks to Marta Gonzalez. So why do people call her a turncoat? Read on to find out more.
I’ve got three books you can just pick up and read, no foreknowledge required – and you really want to read all three, though you might not know it yet. Let me tell you more…
We all need heroes, and after I read THE RED VIRGIN AND THE VISION OF UTOPIA, I found a new one: Louise Michel, anarchist and Communard. Her story is fascinating – don’t miss it!
HUNTER S. THOMPSON’S FEAR AND LOATHING IN LAS VEGAS, adapted by Troy Little (IDW/Top Shelf Productions 2015, hardcover). I read this adaptation when it first came out, but last week I grabbed it up from a library shelf for a...
Christa Faust scores big with PEEPLAND: believable characters, pitch-perfect dialogue, a cleverly constructed story-line – a must-read !
You should read Tom Gauld’s MOONCOP, nominated for three Eisners, then read GOLIATH and YOU’RE ALL JUST JEALOUS OF MY JETPACK. Here’s why.
Duane Swierczynski and Nelson Daniel brought the DREDD franchise to life for IDW, and the results are impressive. Find out more here!
Noah Van Sciver’s writing is indisputably brilliant, but his mostly monochrome illustration work is… a matter of taste. Read him anyway.
The title says it all, folks: I’ve got five series you won’t want to miss – with a gallery of series art you have to see to believe !
All of Will Elder’s non-MAD stuff for EC: comedy, horror, SF, named for one of its two Ray Bradbury adaptations. Worthy reading, all told.
Good Stuff: comics most comics readers will like. Great Stuff: comics every comics readers will like – and I’ve got four of them right here.
Hubert is an insignificant little man filled with voyeuristic urges. Walk a mile in his shoes, courtesy of Ben Gijsemans.
In this LUCY retrospective, I acknowledge that the film’s a Scarlett Johansson vehicle…but that’s not a problem if you want to look at Scarlett Johansson.
Young lovers on the run! A secret history of Lewis and Clark! Humanity lives on the sea bottom, facing its last days! All three are Image Comics series!
This graphic biography of Lady Day, produced by a celebrated pair of Argentine comics creators, is now available in English. Billie Holiday lives!
Most people wouldn’t associate comics with literary realism, but literary comics are everywhere now. Read on to find out about two of the best ones.
ROUGHNECK is a story of rage and addiction – and hope – in the Canadian North : read on to find out what makes this one by Jeff Lemire so good.