Billionaire Island is biting satire that’s aimed directly at the mega-rich. Find out why it’s a must read in this review.
How to Love Comics caught up with Chandrasekaran to chat about his debut graphic novel. He talks about how writing Genius Animals? compared to writing for television, his enjoyment of conspiracy theories, comedy, and much more.
Best known for her popular webcomic Sarah’s Scribbles, cartoonist Sarah Andersen has branched out into new avenues with her new book Fangs.
This time we’re taking a look at the first volume of Quantum and Woody. Read on to find out who this incompetent duo are, which comics to read, and heaps more.
Spider-Man takes a trip out into the suburbs to catch a petty criminal, but he gets more than he bargained for when wackiness ensues in what is easily the funniest Spider-Man story ever.
This guide answers any questions you might have and points you in the right direction to Archie comics that you’ll love.
If you’re looking for a Punisher story to start with I let you know why The Punisher: Welcome Back, Frank is the perfect starting point.
There once was a time when Deadpool accidentally time travelled back to the 1960’s and straight into an issue of Amazing Spider-Man of the same era. The result is a hilarious and creative issue that you should read.
A girl named Tomoko just wants to be popular in high school. Her only problem is a serious case of social awkwardness. She can barely speak to people and gets into embarrassing situations because of it. Take a look at this quirky comedy and one girl’s quest for the perfect high school life.
Earlier in the month Stjepan Sejic put has put up his charming dark fantasy, Death Vigil, up online for free. The intention of doing so is to get it in front of as many eyeballs as possible in order to keep the series alive, and further than the originally intended 8 issues. From there there readers can decide if they enjoyed the series and pick it up digitally or when the trade paperback comes out in July. I’m here to tell you where you can find these free issues and, hopefully, in the process help you discover what could be your new favorite comic.
Written by John Allison and art by Lissa Treiman, Giant Days looks to be a relatable series about the friendship of three young girls trying to survive their first semester of university. Take a peek at three pages from this fun new series.
The How to Love Comics Book Club has been officially launched with the book for March being Sex Criminals Vol 1: One Weird Trick by Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky. Take a look inside to find out how it will all work and where you can find the book to read.
Special guest writer Frank Fuentes reviews the newly released manga, and often quirky, Henshin by Ken Niimura. Even if you’re not interested in manga, these stories have the same wide-reaching appeal and charm of a newspaper comic strip. Just like those Sunday “funnies”, Ken Niimura will fill your heart with the same warm “awe’s” and goofy laughter.
With the a new video game and animated series that aim to revamp Sonic the Hedgehog for a new era, Archie Comics will release Sonic Boom #1 this week. This fun new comic series will be in the approach of the revamped Sonic the Hedgehog, which will still feature plenty of action but also have a comedic bend to it. Take a peek at the humour filled preview for this debut issue.
I have a look at the The New Yorker cartoons, letting you know what they are all about, highlight some of my favourites and how you can read them for free.