RACHEL RISING #27 Terry Moore (writer & artist) BW • 24 pages • $3.99 Aunt Johnny & Earl discover they have a new serial killer on the loose, while Rachel spreads the word around town that she was murdered and she is looking for the man responsible! And to make it a perfect day, Zoe runs into an old classmate. REVIEW: I am a big fan of Strangers In Paradise, but I have no idea why I was so hesitant to pick up this title. I had some trouble getting into Echo, so that might have had me hesitant to pick up this title at a time when buying new comics was a luxury. Now that I can afford to buy comics, I tend to try out new things from time to time. After immediately remembering how much I liked SiP, I decided to give this, which I knew to be closer in tone to that series than Echo, a try.
I’ve known Joel Carroll for a long time, and his work continues to hold an appeal that shows the love he has for comics, sci-fi, and all the things we love here at Needless Essentials. Joel first made his impact in the world of video game design, but now teaches it to younger artists. He
Recently, through a Kickstarter an old friend of mine held, the artwork of a friend of his was brought to my attention. That artist is Stephen Green, of Savannah, GA who has seen his work published by IDW in the horror anthology, In The Dark, and in Sean Murphy’s Cafe Racer. He was interviewed earlier
by The Comic Lover’s Wife Being the understanding Comic Lover’s Wife that I am, I have accepted that an entire room of our home is dedicated to comics. To be honest, I do enjoy the room. Most of my husband’s trade paperbacks and collection books are contained in nice book cases and his figurines are
LIFE WITH ARCHIE #36 Script: Paul Kupperberg Art: Pat & Tim Kennedy, Jim Amash, Jack Morelli, Glenn Whitmore Variant Cover A: Mike Allred Variant Cover B: Francesco Francavilla Variant Cover C: Adam Hughes Variant Cover D: Ramón Pérez Variant Cover E: Fiona Staples On Sale: 7/16 FC • 48 pages • $4.99 History is in the making in this epic finale to the acclaimed series LIFE WITH ARCHIE, as America’s most beloved character makes the ultimate sacrifice to save a friend. The unthinkable happens: Archie Andrews dies! Fans will experience an epic tale of Archie’s future sure to make headlines, generate discussion and stand as one of the most-talked about Archie stories of all time. Do not miss this game-changing tale of love, friendship and true heroism.
SHERWOOD, TX #1 Shane Berryhil (w) Daniel Hillyard, Charlie Kirchoff (a) Andrew Robinson, Eben Matthews (c) FC • 24 pages • $1.00 In stores 7/16/2014 Re-imagining the legend of Robin Hood as a modern day Spaghetti Western, SHERWOOD, TX is set inside the world of biker gangs, drug wars, and human trafficking. After the same biker gang who murdered his father leaves ROB HOOD for dead, he
Last weekend my wife and I went on a day trip checking out comic shops in Central NC. We were quite familiar with the shops in Charlotte, having been to them multiple times. This time we would check out those north of Charlotte in the center part of the state, immediately north of Charlotte. Essentially,
I love this book and I am proud of it. If you never thought in a million years you would read Archie then you have yet to discover Afterlife. Now do not get me wrong, I am a fan of the character and series but I know many adults who think there too good for
Make sure you grab a copy this Saturday……which is Free Comic Book Day!! Till then check out this special preview. Writer (SHERWOOD, TX): Shane Berryhill Artist (SHERWOOD, TX): Daniel Hillyard Co-Feature Writers (BOONDOCK SAINTS): Troy Duffy and J.B. Love Co-Feature Artist (BOONDOCK SAINTS): Toby Cypress Cover: Andrew Robinson Price: FREE 32 pages Synopsis: A story older than all
SHERWOOD, TX #1 (of 5) Written By: Shane Berryhill Artist: Daniel Hillyard Colors: Charlie Kirchoff Covers A and C: Andrew Robinson Cover B: Eben Matthews Price: $1.00 24 pages Synopsis: Re-imagining the legend of Robin Hood as a modern day Spaghetti Western, SHERWOOD, TX is set inside the world of biker gangs, drug wars, and human trafficking. After
New York, NY (April 8) – Archie Comics, the acclaimed and bestselling comic book publisher that is home to some of the best-known pop culture creations in the world, including Archie, Jughead, Betty & Veronica, Josie & The Pussycats, Sabrina the Teenage Witch and the hit AFTERLIFE WITH ARCHIE series, announced the unthinkable today: Legendary comic
STARSTREAM #3 1976 No Spoilers this week, as this is an anthology published by Whitman in 1976. I seem to recall that my original copies were purchased at a discount store (think K-Mart-ish) when I was five or six in a pack of 3. That means to get all four issues of this series, I must've ended up with multiples of something. The premise of the anthology is that there are comic adaptations of science fiction short stories, with an occassional original thrown in. The caliber of artists is quite good for the most part, with only few exceptions. At another time, I may cover the other issues, but I have a reason for getting to this one first. Also, I used the synopsis for the April Fool's entry, What If #34. Again, no spoilers, since for the summary, I'm just going to copy from the contents page.