Here is a link to my review of Jonathan Hickman and Nick Pitarra’s The Red Wing published by Image Comics via Graphic Novel Reporter.
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Posted in Recommendations, tagged Alejandro Jodorowsky, Allen Say, Bolland Strips!, Brian Bolland, Bulletproof Coffin, Craig Yoe, David Hine, Delirium's Party, Drawing from Memory, George Herriman, Grant Morrison, Humanoids Publishing, Image Comics, Jill Thompson, John Lord, John Wagner, Judge Dredd, Krazy Kat, Madwoman of the Sacred Heart, Moebius, Pinocchio, Shaky Kane, Supergods, The Incal, The Little Endless Storybook, Vertigo Comics, Winshluss on July 10, 2011| Leave a Comment »
I’ve been writing and submitting so many reviews and essays in addition to preparing for Comic Con that site updates have lapsed. I still need to post the remaining video from C2E2 as well.
In terms of upcoming reviews, here is a list of titles:
David Hine & Shaky Kane, The Bulletproof Coffin (Image Comics)
Alejandro Jodorowsky & Moebius, The Incal (Humanoids)
Alejandro Jodorowsky & Moebius, Madwoman of the Sacred Heart (Humanoids)
Grant Morrison, Supergods (Spiegel & Grau)
Brian Bolland, Kevin O’Neill, et.al., Judge Dredd: Mega-City Masters Volume One (Rebellion/2000AD)
John Wagner, Alan Grant, et.al., Judge Dredd: Mega-City Masters Volume Two (Rebellion/2000AD)
Jill Thompson, The Little Endless Storybook (Vertigo)
Jill Thompson, Delirium’s Party (Vertigo)
Allan Say, Drawing from Memory (Scholastic)
Craig Yoe, Krazy Kat and the Art of George Herriman (AbramsComicArts)
Winshluss, Pinocchio (Knockabout/Last Gasp)
Brian Bolland, Bolland Strips! (Knockabout/Last Gasp)
Denis-Pierre Filippi, John Lord (Humanoids)
John Wagner, Alan Grant, et.al., Judge Dredd: Mega-City Masters Volume Three (Rebellion/2000AD)
Additionally, I am also writing an essay on Frank Frazetta’s White Indian collection from Vanguard and the concept of White Indians in comics.
Here is a link to my review of Rian Hughes’ Yesterday’s Tomorrows from Image Comics at Graphic Novel Reporter.
This was my first experience with Hughes but it definitely will not be the last. I’m anxious to read his latest book Cult-ure. The Dan Dare story by Grant Morrison alone is a must have in this collection from Image.
Posted in Reviews, tagged Brian Azzarello, DC Comics, Image Comics, Luthor, Mike Carey, One Soul, Oni Press, Ray Fawkes, Rian Hughes, Unwritten, Vertigo, Yesterday's Tomorrows on April 15, 2011| Leave a Comment »
I recently submitted reviews of Ray Fawkes’ forthcoming One Soul from Oni Press as well as a piece on Rian Hughes’ Yesterday’s Tomorrows published by Image for GraphicNovelReporter.com When they are posted, I will update the blog with the relevant links.
Also, I just received Brian Azzarello’s Luthor and Mike Carey’s Unwritten volume three for review.