So I’ve already gone through what I thought were the best returning comics of 2016. Now it’s time for the best comics that started in 2016. Yes, this does mean that some of these comics only have two or three issues out, but if so, it just means those two or three issues are really goddamn good.
The second collection of UK Star Trek comics will be released in November. I presume IDW’s 240 page hardback will include the last of the TV21 strips with art from the likes of Mike Noble, Harold Johns and Carlos Pino and hopefully some strange gems from related annuals and holiday specials.
Over the past year, I’ve managed to find and read a lot of comics by Matt Kindt, writer and artist. They tend to use a very simplified cartoonish style (similar to Jeff Lemire, in fact), but also use the space of the page and the use of colors and timing for some fascinating stories. Here are a few:
Good morning all! It’s my last weekend before Disneyland! Yay! What are y’all up to?
It’s that time of the week- time for cheap comics. There’s lots of great comics sales this weekend, so let’s just jump right into it.
Since Comics We Crave doesn’t seem to be a thing anymore, I’ll think I’ll start doing “Comics for the Masses” posts where we can write down the comics coming out this week and all the recommendations and reviews for the ones we enjoy. And now for the week of 1/27/19.
Greetings all! We know what we’re here for. Let’s just jump right into it.
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!
The new TPB and thoughts on rereading comics.
I'm normally only going to do this column Mondays and Fridays, but two good midweek sales just popped up.