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Arriving 1/22/14

Brian Hibbs

This feels like a normal week of comics but there are a few books that make it feel like more than any other week. ZERO #5 hits this week and we could not be more excited for that, plus Rick Remender and Wes Craig’s DEADLY CLASS #1 makes its debut and we are elated.  Those are our picks for the week, what are yours? Click the click below and discover all the comic books that will excite you this week!

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Two-Sentence(-ish) Reviews by Abhay (Who has That Cold That’s Going Around)

Abhay Khosla

VELVET #2. I thought the first issue was incredibly generic, but I was a minority opinion enough there that I tried the second and third issues anyways. Boy, sometimes I am incredibly NOT wrong!  

VELVET #3. Still, it’s a spy comic, so it’s in my wheelhouse– I could see myself inertia-getting more of these, even if it’s not very interesting or entertaining yet, just boy-howdy generic. While I’m not sold at all on Steve Epting (I’m not really into the whole Alex Raymond school of comics), Elizabeth Bretweiser always makes whoever she’s working with look good, better than they are– she’s been critical on any comic I’ve ever seen her on, at least.

SEX CRIMINALS #4. They ran out of things that are funny about sex, I guess, because now the main character is using her Sex Superpowers to avenge date rape…? The comic works in getting you to care about this relationship between the lady and the creepy guy (he’s a creep, right? we’re all on the same page there?), so it works as a story, if not the whole jokes/laughing/mirth thing that I usually look for in a comedy (p.s. …comedy…?).

ASTRO CITY #7. I like the move on this one, a character whose powers come from public support having to deal with a public relations crisis…? Kind-of emphasizes what makes the book work: more than one story with that premise would be insufferable, but seeing one story with that premise sounds like a decent time.

ASTRO CITY #8. Less into this one: I’m sure there are readers who want to see Samaritan fight the Confessor, or Astro City’s version of SHIELD in action, so this one’s for them, I guess. Felt like a stepping-stone issue: more of a middle-of-the-road superhero comic, but necessary to lay out the stakes of the public relations crisis in the background, I suppose.

FIVE GHOSTS #7. Never read one of these– impulse buy; some guy who’s friends with ghosts has to go on a pirate adventure involving magic stones or saving a lady or something. I thought it was interesting how much the art seems influenced by Erik Larsen; I like Larsen, but… it just seems like an odd choice, considering all the choices a young fella has in that regard anymore.

PROPHET #42. Another Die Hard comic– not as epic as that last one, just a story about Die Hard having an adventure (one I’m not entirely sure I understood– at least the “Vision” part of it). Ron Wimberly’s pages are fun to look at– I especially liked the weaponized sound effects.

SAGA #17.  Even though I can see how Vaughan’s built himself get out of jail free cards into the story (which I figure he’ll use for at least one of the book’s three big moments), I found this issue pretty involving. I can see how Saga’s schticky-dialogue and overall preciousness can be turn-offs, but occasionally, it’s a mean little book– those are the bits I’m reading for, at least.

X-MEN #16. I tune in once in a blue moon into Bendis working these X-books since he seems to have taken to them, but the last impulse buy I had in this direction was this horrifying thing involving Bendis’s idea of what a “girl’s night out” is like (i.e. ladies going shopping)(p.s. the shopping got interrupted by crossover hooey)(p.p.s. because of course it did). This issue’s a fun one again though, or at least, seems to me something about Bendis and Bachalo doing Magneto comics gets those guys right into the zone or at least me in a more appreciative headspace than I am with shopping-comics (except Bachalo colors himself, and he’s copy-pasting cloud photos into his own comics, which I truly wish I didn’t know was  happening).

PRETTY DEADLY #3. I don’t know if finding out what’s at stake is something I’d ordinarily recommend you should want to save for a third issue– that second one was rough going for me at least, but now that some stakes are laid out (good stakes, I think– emotional stakes), I finally get to be interested to see what happens next for a story reason instead of just “wanting to see the creative team do them some weird shit,” which is what fueled me before, exclusive-like. Plus, I understood this issue the first time I read it, so I felt pretty happy of myself.

ZERO #4. I liked the bit where the cars went into the tunnel– if I’ve seen that before, I can’t remember where (or it’s somewhere class, like Akira or Golgo 13). I wasn’t hot for #3– the whole kickstarter for terrorism bit, the bit where a terrorist doesn’t like that kids die from terrorism (?), the teleportation bit, too many busy bits, too many distractions (even if Velvet could use some of that energy)– so I preferred this one’s “talking then killing” structure, that this one just kept it simple and did the thing.

Tilting at Windmills #229 is up!

Brian Hibbs

This is how you know I am beyond overworked right now — I totally forgot to link to the new column on CBR.

My opening thoughts on running two stores.

(GOD, I AM SO TIRED AND OVERWORKED, it isn’t even funny!!!!)

Read it, love it, comment here, if you like

-B

“G’wan And STARE At Me. I KNOW I’m Not Pretty!” COMICS! Sometimes They’re So Fine They Blow My Mind! (Hey, Mickey!)

John Kane

In which I carved out a bit of free time at the weekend and chose to spend it with you worshipping at the altar of Mike McMahon. Just like any sane person would.

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“As You Love Me.” COMICS! Sometimes It’s London Calling!

John Kane

Let’s start off 2014 with a panel that fair throbs with magnificence:

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That there being Dog vs. Moose by Alex Nino from Alex Nino & Neil Kleid’s adaptation of Jack London’s The Call of The Wild. Kids, use your nascent psychic powers to guess what I’m on about this time!

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Wait, What? Ep. 143: The Score

Jeff Lester

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Simpsons Alan Moore: Knows it; wishes to settle it.

Happy New Year, fellow Whatnauts! Graeme and I are back with another installment of the external manifestation of the constant internal chatter constantly haunting your brain.  After the jump: the link and some hasty show notes written by a dude with a cold trying to get this wrapped so he can take a nap!

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Arriving 1/15/14

Brian Hibbs

Not to be out done by last week, this Wednesday comes out swinging with some excellent comic books for your pleasure! Along with new ASTRO CITY and COFFIN HILL, Marvel sends out into the world it’s first issue of their MIRACLEMAN reprints in an attempt to make the world a better place. That and so much more just after the cut!

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Arriving 1/8/14

Brian Hibbs

It is a new year and it brings with it new comics! The first shipment of 2014 sets the bar pretty high, and is welcomed after the smallish weeks it is following, seeing the release of SEX CIMRINALS #4 and AFTERLIFE WITH ARCHIE #3 plus so much more, but just click the cut and find out for yourself.

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Comix Experience Best Sellers 2013: Books

Brian Hibbs

And below the jump will be this year’s list of best-selling books and graphic novels at Comix Experience!

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Comix Experience Best Sellers 2013: Comics

Brian Hibbs

There are those people who find this kind of thing interesting, and those who have no interest — I put it behind the jump for the benefit of the latter!

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“If This Was Dinner…I Can’t Wait For The Cabaret!” MOVIES! Sometimes…The Year Must Die!

John Kane

So, I didn’t get near any comics this Holiday but I am always writing nevertheless. In my head mostly. So, although I haven’t got anything about comics I have got a head full of dumb words about some Peter Cushing films I watched this year. Usually I just dump this head written stuff into the ether but I felt like posting something and this was all I had. So I dumped it on you. Attractive, non? Anway; an old man, some old movies and a spatter of tired old jokes. What better way to see the New Year in. Have a drink, it’ll read better that way. Everything’s better when you’re insensate with drink. That’s what it’s for.

Oh yeah, Happy New Year everybody!

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Arriving 12/31/2013

Brian Hibbs

Because of the way the calendar worked out this year we manage to sneak in one last new comic day before we say good bye to 2013. Again, new comics are on Tuesday this week. Not the largest week, but far from the smallest and we still manage to get things like MANHATTAN PROJECTS and ROCKET GIRL. Surely something will interest you this week, if only you would click the cut, yes?

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Wait, What? Ep. 142: Out Like A Lamprey

Jeff Lester


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Not mentioned in any way in our podcast but I do love how it captures what’s most important about the holidays — conquering and invulnerability.

Ho, ho, ho! Hoist high the Jolly Roger and all that! It is Christmas, when boys become men and Boy II Men become headliners at the Mirage Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.  (As always, I wish Graeme was doing this entry as the holiday spirit comes terrifyingly easy to him and is a much more uncomfortable fit for me.)

Oh, and before you read any of this, go read Abhay’s post first because it is undoubtedly a million times better.  Really, I can’t wait to stop writing this entry so I can go back to reading his…

After the jump, I leave coal in your stocking! And also show notes for our two and a half hour end-of-2013 episode!  Come, sit uncomfortably on my knee and realize you’re close enough to smell what I ate for lunch! And other holiday tradition-like things!

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Arriving 12/24/2013

Brian Hibbs

Second to last new comic day of the year and because certain western holidays fall on the usual Wednesday for new comics, new comics this week, and next, come out on Tuesday! It’s a very special gift from comics to you! Though this week is, to put it lightly, slim, there are new issues of AVENGERS, FOREVER EVIL and JUSTICE LEAGUE. Not much follows the cut, but you should probably click it anyways so you aren’t surprised you didn’t know something came out this week.

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Abhay: 2013– Another Year that I Mindlessly Consumed Entertainment

Abhay Khosla

Here are some Year-end Best-Of Lists– no one else was writing those, so I thought I would be the only person to do that.

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“Why Did You Turn Us From Pets Into Slaves?” COMICS! Sometimes It Is Christmas On The Planet of The Apes (Part 4)

John Kane

Believe you me when I say I share your relief as we thunder into the fourth and final part of what people as far away as the chair next to me are calling a Planet of The Apes Weekly gallery! Merry Christmas! Ho ho ho!
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“Because I Loathe Bananas!” COMICS! Sometimes It Is Christmas On The Planet of The Apes (Part 3)

John Kane

“Beware the beast Man, for he is the Content’s pawn. Alone among God’s primates, he scans for the attention of strangers during Internet lulls. Yea, he will politely ask his work-mate to borrow his work-mate’s Planet of The Apes Weekly collection. Let him not breed in great numbers, for he will spend most of his time washing, cleaning and generally running about to little result before finally sitting and staring dully into the far distance. Shun him; drive him back into his new-build lair, for he is the harbinger of death.” Thus spaketh The Lawgiver. And so Part Three of the Planet of The Apes Weekly cover gallery begins:

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“What The Hell Would I Have To Say To A Gorilla?!?” COMICS! Sometimes It Is Christmas On The Planet of The Apes (Part 2)

John Kane

Well, Christmas The Holidays are almost upon us! Now, if you do knock back the old grape juice plus please refrain from driving. This isn’t the Nineteen Seventies, you know! Although you could be forgiven for thinking otherwise as we plummet into the second part of our gallery of Planet of The Apes Weekly (very old but VERY GOOD!) covers. It ain’t Nostalgia, it’s History. (Okay, it’s nostalgia).

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BONUS**BONUS***: Fool your friends! Baffle your enemies! Be hunted by the Government and shot in a ship yard with our Amazing Like-Life Ape Mask! (Never use scissors unless supervised by an adult.)

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“…There Must be A Creature Superior To Man.” (Slight Reprise) COMICS! Sometimes It Is Christmas On The Planet of The Apes!

John Kane

It is with no small amount of shame that I note it has been over a year(!) since I promised to take a look at Planet of The Apes Weekly. Um. Prizes for the best excuses! Er, I mean reasons. Look, we’re all adults so let’s all just put it behind us and move on. As a special Christmas Treat, and as a small act of atonement, please find the covers to the first 31 issues of Planet of The Apes Weekly. If you like ‘em I’ll do some more. And, okay, we’ll see what we can do about, y’know, going on about the contents in word form. No promises, mind. Special BONUS: from hereonin I (mostly) shut my mad yapper and let the pictures speak. Merry Christmas!

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“Dig It, Fangs–” COMICS! Sometimes It’s The Unsteady Dead!

John Kane

It’s a Skip Week! Oh, oh, the horror! So let’s take your mind off it and hurriedly look at some comics which originally appeared some forty one years back. Way back, back when a lady entering a pub unaccompanied would be burned as a witch. And rightly so! Look, it was either this or I did a Best Comics of 2013 like everyone and their mother, but you know what The Best Comics of 2013 are? Whatever you think they are! Merry Christmas! Don’t worry, I try and get serious later. That’s usually quite funny isn’t it; like a chimp baking or something? So, Tomb of Dracula!

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Arriving 12/18/2013

Brian Hibbs

So many comics! This week is the biggest yet, almost like a certain holiday is mere days away. With many banner books this week there is no shortage of quality comic books, including (but not limited to) SAGA, PRETTY DEADLY, YOUNG AVENGERS, EAST OF WEST, ZERO, BLACK SCIENCE and DAREDEVIL. The question is, with so many things to be excited for why are you still reading this? Click the cut!

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