“This is before the first issue of the comic book hit the stands in 1968. It’s a classic depiction of good versus evil. Notice the square jaw of Slayer – common in most comic book heroes. And the slightly disproportionate size of Jaguaro’s body to his head. This again is common, but only in villains… ..
Welcome back to another episode of the 2000 AD ABC where we post the bite-sized explanation of key 2000 AD characters as we, All-Comic.com, massively increase our 2000 AD coverage. These nice little chunks are great to introduce you to some of the characters other than Judge Dredd that you might not be familiar with. Speaking ..
Borag Thungg, Earthlets! Welcome to a brand new column that will help introduce some of 2000 AD’s greatest characters to those of you that might have been living under a rock. Each week, we’re going to feature one of these character spot lights as we push on into the world of 2000 AD. Strap yourself ..
This is Comic Valhalla. Consider it a way to… shake off writer’s block, rust and, most importantly, ride the rainbow bridge to fantastic comic series that have ended. No real “professional” writing structure, just you and I having a conversation about books that have gone to the drinking halls of comic books that I love and ..
Thanks to this system [Jump Start] in the magazine, manga which likely would not have seen the light of day in the west was made available as a sample for readers
A Modest Pitch For Preventing The Comics Industry From Being Aburden to Their Fans or Creators, and For Making Them Beneficial to The Public By Alex Mansfield (after Jonathan Swift) It is a melancholy object to those who walk through their local comic shop or travel the Amazons, when they see the shelves, the aisles, ..
When I was young, Star Wars was the franchise that made me feel like a kid and Star Trek was the one that made me feel like an adult. If Star Wars was all mystic space monks, cocky blaster-happy smugglers, imperialistic evil, exciting galactic dog-fights, and beyond awesome laser swords, then Star Trek was…well, it ..
“More gold has been mined from the thoughts of men than has been taken from the earth…” ― Napoleon Hill Since the early 1990’s Valiant Entertainment has maintained a tradition of rewarding fans, collectors, & retailers with limited edition Gold Variants. Today “Gold Books” are gems in the crowns of many collectors. While Valiant initially began publishing comic books ..
They call comic books the “The Medium of Angels.” I didn’t find it to be that, exactly. But I’ll allow there are some nice folks there. ‘Course I can’t say I’ve seen London, and I ain’t never been to France. And I ain’t never seen no queen in her damned undies, so the feller says. ..
Spinner Rack is back! Who knew? Not me. Did you? What other secrets are you keeping from me? How dare you. Anyway, because literally no one demanded it, here’s more of my ineloquent ramblings regarding funny books that’ve been spinning around my hippocampus this week. I want to like the new Black Panther run so ..