Category Comics

Hulk Volume 2: Red & Green

Hulk, formerly incredible, has gone through his share of changes, restarts and the like.  Now in a new series with a green and a red hulk stomping around I spotted this hardcover and wanted it desperately for two reasons: Art…

The Scorpion

Some online perusing of Cinebook offerings convinced me to pick up a copy of The Scorpion Volume 1; this includes The Devil’s Mark and The Pope’s Secret, two previously published French works by Enrico Marini and Stephen Desberg.  Cinebook publishes…

Machine Man

While perusing the used trade paperback section of my local comic shop Big B Comics I snatched up Machine Man by Tom DeFalco, Herb Trimpe and Barry Windsor-Smith.  This gem from 1988 collects the 1984 four issue mini series. I…

Wizard World Toronto Comic Con: Worst show ever

I’d like to leave it at the title but will expand just a little.  Wizard World purchased the ailing Paradise Toronto Comic Con last year.  The Paradise show was a comic show, pure and simple.  Comic dealers and comic creators…

100 Bullets: First Shot, Last Call

I’m late to the party on this title but picked it up off the used trade shelf at my local comic shop.  An ongoing series since 1999 with thirteen trade paperbacks available and a very large following, 100 Bullets has…

Prince Valiant “Far From Camelot”

After thoroughly enjoying Prince Valiant Volume 1: 1937-38 I was at a discount bookstore and spotted Prince Valiant “Far From Camelot” by Mark Schultz and Gary Gianni, collecting the Prince Valiant newspaper strip from 2004-2008.  Here’s the publisher’s blurb: Originally…

Top Ten Book 1

Was perusing a discount book store and came across Top Ten Book 1 trade paperback from America’s Best Comics, a DC imprint.  It collects the first seven issues of the series and includes character designs as bonus material, 208 pages…

Prince Valiant Volume 1: 1937-1938

Let me start off by saying until I purchased this book I had never heard of Harold “Hal” Foster or Prince Valiant: they were off my comics radar.  I’ve never been a fan of newspaper comic strips and had limited…