Wednesday, June 29, 2016
THIS SPACE FOR RENT
In an attempt to further my interest in this comic book blog and to further support the local comic book scene I have decided to rent out the very top spot out to any comic book related entity who may be interested.
The top spot is the first post people see when they click on or goto this blog potentially creating new customers with each page view.
All time, monthly and daily page view counts can be provided.
First month will be discounted if a two month block is rented.
New posts' will also be shared on my Google+ account.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further info if you are interested, thank you.
Saturday, June 25, 2016
Monday, June 20, 2016
A few new acquisitions to my collection from a recent visit to Queen City Bookstore.
Batman Chronicles Vol. 10 featuring full color reprints from '43. I think it's really cool that these graphic novels available for comics fans so they can read comics without having to buy copies from '43 which I'm sure cost a fortune.
Couldn't resist the Archive Editions of Superman/Action Comics Vol. 3 for half price. This hardcover graphic novel contains Action Comics #50 from '41 along with many other historic issues from '42.
Another recent acquisition from The Clyborn Yates and Chloe Bravada music podcast show.
Wednesday, June 15, 2016
I Hate Fairyland, Vol. 1: Madly Ever After
Skottie Young (Author and Illustrator)
Image Comics (Publisher)
Review by Joe Tell
I Hate Fairyland: Madly Ever After marks the return of popular Marvel Comics cover artist Skottie Young, an Eisner Award-winning artist who earned the award in 2011 for his work on The Marvelous Land Of Oz. His work on the Guardians of the Galaxy superhero Rocket Raccoon gained him much critical acclaim. Don’t be fooled by his previous work on the L. Frank Baum Oz books; the hilariously violent I Hate Fairyland is not recommended for children. The series is rated M for Mature audiences and is definitely not a bedtime story for the kiddies. I Hate Fairyland follows the violently vile misadventures of Gert, a grown-up girl trapped in a 6-year-old’s body, as she attempts to escape the magically insane world of Fairyland. Fairyland is a sick and twisted world “filled with wonder, magic, laughter and joy.” Join in on all the mayhem as the extremely bitter Gert wields a rather large battle-axe on her blood-soaked journey through Fairyland, where she meets up with a low-life fly named Larry (Larrigan Wentsworth III) and Queen Cloudia, the ruler of all Fairyland. A bevy of devious, balls-to-the-wall characters like the Slug Lords, Mushroom Men, Zombie Fauns and some demented Barbarians keep things interesting for Gert. Regurgitating elements from the classic children’s stories of “Alice in Wonderland” and “The Wizard of Oz,” Skottie Young presents a uniquely twisted tale of dark humor. Skottie takes everything sweet and beautiful and turns it all upside down and inside out. The art is spectacular and brilliantly colored by Jean-Francois Beaulieu. I Hate Fairyland: Madly Ever After is very well-written and will leave you excited for the next volume.