It’s almost the end of the year, which means that everybody is coming out with their “Best of” listicles. So why not go with the flow? Here is what I think are the best comic books of 2016, in no particular order.
So yesterday I told you about super soldiers, the weird west and serial killers. Today is going to feel a little more traditional. Kinda.
Good morning and welcome to the biggest sink of your time and money that you’ll see anywhere on Kinja today. Yes, it’s time to find out what comics are on sale digitally this weekend!
This month Phonogram by Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie makes its long awaited return. Fans of this urban fantasy, where music is magic, have been waiting for this for the last five years and it’s finally here. But just what is it about this comic - only thirteen issues before now - that inspires such excitement?
This week has been somewhat of a weird week for LGBT characters in comic books. First, there was the fact that the Midnighter’s comic is actually really, really good. But then we got a controversy about James Robsinson’s Airboy and its use of a derogatory word for transgender. (My take on that: Robinson was…
Deadline is reporting that Kieron Gillen’s and Jamie McKelvie’s comic book The Wicked + The Divine has been optioned for television by Universal TV, to be produced by Milkfed Criminal Masterminds, the company owned by Matt Fraction and Kelly Sue DeConnick.
Every ninety years twelve gods will take human form and live on Earth for no more than two years, an event called the Recurrance. What happens next is the story of my favorite Image Comics series- maybe by favorite comic book, period- in the past ten years- The Wicked + The Divine.
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!!!