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Comic Book Fix: Comic-Con 2012 Recap
Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 July 2012 02:35 Written by david golbitz Wednesday, 18 July 2012 02:35
And like that … it’s gone. The pop culture whirlwind that is San Diego Comic-Con is now in the wind, and everyone can catch their breath. After four days of nonstop press releases and panel announcements, the comic book industry is taking a collective sigh this week as it recovers from what many have affectionately dubbed “Nerd Prom.” And while the industry recuperates, that gives us plenty of time to sift through all the tweets and RSS feeds to find the truly big news of the weekend.
While a lot of attention is heaped on the various movie panels (Guardians of the Galaxy! The Winter Soldier!), I’m going to stick to comic book news in this post. Movies might make more money, but the real innovation these days is being done at your local comic book shop. So read on for what I think were some of the biggest announcements of this year’s Comic-Con.
Tags: 2012, Criminal, Darick Robertson, DC Comics, django unchained, duane swierczynski, Ed Brubaker, eisner awards, emma rios, Francesco Francavilla, Greg Rucka, howard chaykin, IDW, Image Comics, j. bone, j.h. williams iii, james robinson, joe casey, Judge Dredd, kelly sue deconnick, lazarus, mark waid, Matt Fraction, Michael Lark, Neil Gaiman, pretty deadly, quentin tarantino, Sandman, Sean Phillips, Vertigo | Posted under Comic Book Fix | No Comments
Comic Book Fix: Reviews – Fatale #1 and The Punisher #7
Last Updated on Tuesday, 17 January 2012 08:40 Written by david golbitz Wednesday, 18 January 2012 11:00
In which I review two of my favorite books of the past couple weeks: Fatale #1, the new “horror noir” from the Eisner award-winning team behind Criminal and Incognito: Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips; and The Punisher #7, by not-frequent-enough collaborators Greg Rucka and Michael Lark.
Comic Book Fix Wed: Ten Most Anticipated Comics of 2012
Last Updated on Wednesday, 28 December 2011 05:26 Written by david golbitz Wednesday, 28 December 2011 11:00
The year is almost over, and it was a good one for the comic book industry. Despite some ups and downs, and the continuing debate over digital vs. print comics, there were a number of amazing comics released in 2011 (some of which I detailed in my “Best of” list), both indie and mainstream, action and romance, crime and humor. There was something for everyone in 2011.
But now it’s time to put all that in the rear view mirror and turn our attention to the new year. Even if the world ends in 2012, it’s not supposed to happen until December, so we’ll still get some great comics before we all go poof. After the jump, take a look at some of the comics I’m most looking forward to next year.
Tags: Adventure Time, Becky Cloonan, Brandon Graham, Brian K. Vaughan, Brian Wood, Butch Guice, Conan the Barbarian, Dark Horse, Ed Brubaker, Faith Erin Hicks, Fatale, Fiona Staples, First Second, Friends With Boys, icon, Image, KaBOOM, King City, Kristian Donaldson, Marvel, Nick Spencer, Prophet, Queen of the Black Coast, Robert Kirkman, Ryan North, Saga, Sean Phillips, Shawn Martinbrough, Simon Roy, The Massive, Thief of Thieves, Winter Soldier | Posted under Comic Book Fix | No Comments
Comic Book Fix Wed: Best Comics of 2011
Last Updated on Thursday, 22 December 2011 10:33 Written by david golbitz Wednesday, 21 December 2011 11:00
Nothing was more impactful on the comic book industry in 2011, or received greater media attention, than DC Comics’ summer announcement that the 70-year-old company was rebooting its entire line of superhero comics in September. Spinning out of the much-hyped Flashpoint miniseries, DC unleashed “The New 52″ upon the world and suddenly the world was paying attention to comics again. Sales of the top tier “New 52″ books, like Justice League and Action Comics, reached levels not seen since the industry’s heyday back in the mid-’90s.
But lost amidst all the hoopla over Superman’s new costume was a lot of great comics not starring men and women wearing tights and capes. Which is not to say there weren’t amazing, wonderful superhero books released in 2011. There were. I even have a couple on my year-end list. But there’s a much bigger world of comics out there, everything from crime to horror to humor, and I thought I’d take this opportunity to share with you not only some of the best comics of 2011 but some of my favorite comics ever.
Check out my list after the jump, and be sure to come back next week for the titles I’m most looking forward to in 2012.
Tags: Animal Man, Avaritia, Batman, Best Comics of 2011, Black Mirror, Casanova, Clockworks, Criminal, Daytripper, DC Comics, echoes, Ed Brubaker, Eduardo Barreto, Fabio Moon, Francesco Francavilla, Gabriel Ba, Gabriel Rodriguez, Greg Rucka, Hark A Vagrant, icon, Image, Infinite Kung Fu, Jeff Lemire, Jock, Joe Hill, Joe Simon, Josh Fialkov, Kagan McLeod, Kate Beaton, Kody Chamberlain, Locke & Key, Matt Fraction, Matthew Southworth, Oni Press, Our Love Is Real, Rahsan Ekedal, Randall Munroe, Scott Snyder, Sean Phillips, Stan Humphries, Steven Sanders, Stumptown, Swamp Thing, Sweets, The Last of the Innocent, Top Cow, Top Shelf, Travel Foreman, Vertigo, xkcd, Yanick Paquette | Posted under Comic Book Fix | No Comments