Stan Lee once commented that comics didn’t present change but rather the “illusion of change,” that even though things appeared to be different, nothing really changed and everything would be back to normal. Peter Parker could quit being Spider-Man for an issue or two, but then would have to put on the suit again; the…
DC Comics has announced three new series spinning out of the massive Convergence event. All three will launch in October.
Last week, I finally read Alan Moore’s renowned early 90s Image series 1963, which had been festering unread amongst a pile of comics on my shelves for some years.
As DC Comics’ Convergence event wraps up—essentially re-establishing the multiple worlds they once demolished, it’s a good time to look back at the man who established the principle of untold numbers of Earths.
So Convergence #8, the last issue of the crossover, came out this week and you might have heard that it did something very interesting. Something that I don’t think anyone expected. Here is my explanation, in the form of a Q&A.
Happy weekend! Apparently a TV show filmed two blocks from my office and featuring several of my dad’s semis and trailers was picked up to series last week! Maybe y’all will see me on TV soon! So anyways, on to talking about comics!
Good morning everyone! Hope the warm spring weather gods have smiled on you, because they’re sure not smiling on me. But hey, we have these comics to warm us up!
First I thought one sale was the big one to get excited about. Then I saw another equally exciting sale. AND THEN EVERYTHING ELSE IS GREAT TOO!!! It’s digital comics heaven today!!!
Yet another great week for digital comics!
Wow- really big weekend for digital comics sales.
The entirety of my comics purchases nowadays are digital. Lucky me, you can get comics super cheap through Comixology, Amazon, and Google Play. So this is going to be my semi-regular effort to help others keep up with digital comics on the cheap. Check it out.