Aiight so I did it I finally read Sex Criminals so now I can make my own opinions about it myself and I DON’T KNOW HOW I FELT ABOUT IT ahhhhhhhhh it is SO HARD to take something at face value when it’s blown up so much.
So I don’t know. It wasn’t Bad. I will probably pick up the next trade, but not the issues. It was…Good. A lot more open and down to earth than I was expecting which was nice. It’s not like it was over-hyped, but at the same time I enjoy Fraction’s Hawkeye tons more. It’s no Saga. But like. It’s not BAD.
I DON’T KNOW. It’s so hard not to think about how I keep seeing it everywhere. I mean, there’s a reason, SURE. It’s something new and I kinda want to see where it goes, but man. I’ve never been so confused about how I felt about a comic, but at the same time I sped through it without getting distracted, and that’s saying a lot right there so. I’m gonna say….if you see the trade, it’s worth picking up. YEA
ooooh please let me know how you like she-hulk,loki, and magneto! i’m thinking of picking them up. also hiiii it’s been awhile <3333
Hey~! Yeah I’ve been liking She-Hulk and Loki a lot, will probably keep buying them, definitely pick up She-Hulk!! Every time I went they didn’t have Magneto 1 so I’m gonna order it online somewhere and just picked up 2 while I saw it, same with Ghost Rider. :\ My favorite shop always under orders! D:
Regular Show Vol 1 is a perfect introduction to its wacky world. Highlights include Green’s command of the character’s voices and Strejlau’s trippy visuals.
"In conclusion, Regular Show Volume One is a great read for fans of the show as well as people who haven’t watched a single episode. It is packed with a lot of different kinds of stories and introduces the various employees of the Park. Artist Allison Strejlau also shows great mastery of the concept and pacing of the show as her art goes from BOOM!’s “house style” to mindbending madness as KC Green’s plot gets more and more outrageous. Regular Show is a very entertaining comic, and this is the perfect entry point for both fans and non-fans.”
Ahh thank you so much, this article is a really great writeup of the whole volume!! :D <3
The second I hear my awesome friend got us Night Vale tickets I get texts asking if I’m goin hahaha AWW YEA ITS A PARTY~!! We should all…like….food! It’s assigned searing thank god so maybe we can actually go before idk idk it’s gonna be funnnn~! :)
Yesterday, the nominations for the Eisner Awards, often considered the Oscars of Comics, came out, honoring five comics in the digital comics category. But there are dozens of amazing webcomics out there that the Eisners have completely ignored.
Eisner noms aside, this is a great list of #webcomics - I’ve read a few! As long as AG is on your lists- I’m happy :)
In the Eisners’ partial defense, I’m pretty sure a lot of these comics aren’t submitted to them with any regularity— and they need to be submitted to qualify. You can argue that’s a flaw in the system, but it does mean that not all the comics on this list were exactly snubbed. Still, it’s a great list.
I spent most of this list going “Mmhm that’s right!” and then other parts of the list clicking links for comics I haven’t read yet so now I have a bunch of new comics to read. But also, I’m so glad Melanie Gillmanis nominated for an Eisner. Basically, this is a gateway to a bunch of great comics.
Y’know people say shit about social media along the lines of ‘OMG no one cares what anyone had for breakfast’ and like.
I do? I care. I’m pretty sure a lot of people care. I want to hear that the people I care about are having delicious breakfasts or saw something odd at work or flirted with a cute barista. Or just any little thoughts they have that they feel are worth sharing.
I’ve always kind of assumed that’s how you’re supposed to feel about your friends.