adventure-slime asked

Top five horror comics

tokyothree:

Oh wow good one

  1. Locke & Key
  2. Uzumaki
  3. American Vampire
  4. The Strain
  5. Severed

But in actuality anything by Junji Ito, anything by Shintaro Kago. I liked the Battle Royale Manga, and Angel’s Border too. Gantz is great. There are just too many good horror manga out there so I tried to keep my list down to 5 different kinds of horror.

V good recommendations!

lessthanlivecast:


LESS THAN LIVE EPISODE 4 is UP: Super Best Friends Club! - A trip to New York, catching up on titles I missed and then the amazing trio of Kevin Wada, Kris Anka and Jake Wyatt! It’s the perfect chaser to the last episode with the fourth member of SBFC, Babs Tarr.
Rate us, review us, subscribe, buy the catchy theme song!
Although I always, ALWAYS encourage you to buy comics from a brick-and-mortar comic shop, the links below are to Amazon for easy reviews and info. Some might not be collected yet, so go buy ‘em from a dang store!
Comics and graphic novels I recommended in Episode 4 include:
Saga by Brian K Vaughn and Fiona StaplesThe Wake by Scott Snyder and Sean MurphyGhost Rider by Felipe Smith and Tradd MooreAfterlife with Archie by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Francesco FrancavillaThe Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman and P Craig RussellStreet Angel by Brian Maruca and Jim RuggHow to Be Happy by Eleanor DavisThrough the Woods by Emily Carroll (again, god, Kate, get over it)Velvet by Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting

Not an iTunes user? The podcast and all its treats are available via Village SoundCast’s website.
(If the episode isn’t showing up at the iTunes link quite yet, it becomes available by subscribing to the show!)


Episode 4! Episode 4! EPISODE 4!

lessthanlivecast:

LESS THAN LIVE EPISODE 4 is UP: Super Best Friends Club! - A trip to New York, catching up on titles I missed and then the amazing trio of Kevin Wada, Kris Anka and Jake Wyatt! It’s the perfect chaser to the last episode with the fourth member of SBFC, Babs Tarr.

Rate us, review us, subscribe, buy the catchy theme song!

Although I always, ALWAYS encourage you to buy comics from a brick-and-mortar comic shop, the links below are to Amazon for easy reviews and info. Some might not be collected yet, so go buy ‘em from a dang store!

Comics and graphic novels I recommended in Episode 4 include:

Saga by Brian K Vaughn and Fiona Staples
The Wake by Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy
Ghost Rider by Felipe Smith and Tradd Moore
Afterlife with Archie by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Francesco Francavilla
The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman and P Craig Russell
Street Angel by Brian Maruca and Jim Rugg
How to Be Happy by Eleanor Davis
Through the Woods by Emily Carroll (again, god, Kate, get over it)
Velvet by Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting
Not an iTunes user? The podcast and all its treats are available via Village SoundCast’s website.

(If the episode isn’t showing up at the iTunes link quite yet, it becomes available by subscribing to the show!)

Episode 4! Episode 4! EPISODE 4!

jakewyattriot:

Instagram roundup of the stuff I drew at SDCC. I did not get to see all my friends, which was a bummer, but it was nice to see the friends I did. Maybe next year we’ll manage to get a booth and make life easier for e’rrbody.

Speaking of, would y’all be interested in seeing some fanart/write-ups of of my favorite comics from SDCC? I got my hands on some incredible work that I’m really excited about.

-Jake

I get to interview Jake tomorrow for Less Than Live, along with Kris Anka. I am so excited.

joequinones:

Here’s a look at my Batman ‘66 ‘selfie’ variant I drew for DC.
BAT CAMERA PHONE.

joequinones:

Here’s a look at my Batman ‘66 ‘selfie’ variant I drew for DC.

BAT CAMERA PHONE.

northstarfan:

The cover to Saga’s first hardcover collection. And some quotes from the creators on just why they decided to give comic book retailers across the country a few more grey hairs after the cover of the series’ first issue and tpb got them so much flak:

Just doubling-down on our breastfeeding stance, aren’t we? – Fiona Staples


Some stores won’t even rack the first volume because the breast-feeding is controversial, but…fuck them. – Brian K. Vaughan

Just fabulous, really. <3
The Beat’s coverage of the SDCC 2014 Saga panel is here.



*fist pump*

northstarfan:

The cover to Saga’s first hardcover collection. And some quotes from the creators on just why they decided to give comic book retailers across the country a few more grey hairs after the cover of the series’ first issue and tpb got them so much flak:

Just doubling-down on our breastfeeding stance, aren’t we? – Fiona Staples

Some stores won’t even rack the first volume because the breast-feeding is controversial, but…fuck them. – Brian K. Vaughan

Just fabulous, really. <3

The Beat’s coverage of the SDCC 2014 Saga panel is here.

*fist pump*

hoenn:

Marvel Female Solo Titles

You’ll get there some day, DC

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comicsalliance:

FROM UNDER MOUNTAINS: MARIAN CHURCHLAND, CLAIRE GIBSON AND SLOAN LEONG SUBVERT CLICHÉS WITH A NEW FANTASY ADVENTURE
By Juliet Kahn
There will be magic in From Under Mountains, an ongoing fantasy series coming from Image in 2015 and announced at Comic-Con International in San Diego. Set in the world of Akhara, the story introduces us to a lord’s daughter, a disgraced knight, and a runaway thief whose unlikely partnership will change the course of a world locked in a bitter conflict between rival clans. There will be goblins and witches and knights as well, lost in the churning of a world in turmoil. Great houses will square off for power. Thieves will dash into the shadows. Naïve youths will learn that the world is vaster and more terrible than they ever imagined. In these warm, well-worn ways, it will embrace the best that fantasy, as a genre has to offer: sweeping scope grounded in the lives of heroes, villains, and everything in between.
Creators Marian Churchland, Claire Gibson, and Sloane Leong have worked on everything from Elephantmen to magical girl comics about anthropomorphic wolves, and they are bringing their varied experience to bear upon From Under Mountains and the fantasy genre in ways both familiar and innovative. ComicsAlliance talked with them to discuss breaking new ground with thoughtfulness, experience, and memories of Ursula Le Guin.
READ THE EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

Well, this looks fantastic.

comicsalliance:

FROM UNDER MOUNTAINS: MARIAN CHURCHLAND, CLAIRE GIBSON AND SLOAN LEONG SUBVERT CLICHÉS WITH A NEW FANTASY ADVENTURE

By Juliet Kahn

There will be magic in From Under Mountains, an ongoing fantasy series coming from Image in 2015 and announced at Comic-Con International in San Diego. Set in the world of Akhara, the story introduces us to a lord’s daughter, a disgraced knight, and a runaway thief whose unlikely partnership will change the course of a world locked in a bitter conflict between rival clans. There will be goblins and witches and knights as well, lost in the churning of a world in turmoil. Great houses will square off for power. Thieves will dash into the shadows. Naïve youths will learn that the world is vaster and more terrible than they ever imagined. In these warm, well-worn ways, it will embrace the best that fantasy, as a genre has to offer: sweeping scope grounded in the lives of heroes, villains, and everything in between.

Creators Marian Churchland, Claire Gibson, and Sloane Leong have worked on everything from Elephantmen to magical girl comics about anthropomorphic wolves, and they are bringing their varied experience to bear upon From Under Mountains and the fantasy genre in ways both familiar and innovative. ComicsAlliance talked with them to discuss breaking new ground with thoughtfulness, experience, and memories of Ursula Le Guin.

READ THE EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

Well, this looks fantastic.

jordiecolorsthings:

dshalv:

Announced at Image Expo;
INJECTION
A new series from Warren Ellis, Declan Shalvey and Jordie Bellaire.

I’m just lucky I’m allowed along for the ride.

Ayyyyeeeeee!!!

jordiecolorsthings:

dshalv:

Announced at Image Expo;

INJECTION

A new series from Warren Ellis, Declan Shalvey and Jordie Bellaire.

I’m just lucky I’m allowed along for the ride.

Ayyyyeeeeee!!!

kevinwada:

MCU Bucky, Sam, and Steve
HeroesCon 20414 sketch
Bucky’s grin is a bit uncanny, but I never promised amazing likenesses for these.  We went the fashion route for these three, and I didn’t have too much focus on making them terribly character appropriate - I just wanted them to look goooood.

Kevin Wada draws THE hottest dudes.

kevinwada:

MCU Bucky, Sam, and Steve

HeroesCon 20414 sketch

Bucky’s grin is a bit uncanny, but I never promised amazing likenesses for these.  We went the fashion route for these three, and I didn’t have too much focus on making them terribly character appropriate - I just wanted them to look goooood.

Kevin Wada draws THE hottest dudes.

mikemaihack:

No one is more excited about Batgirl’s new costume than Kara.
Original available hereMore BGSG comics

EEEEEEEE!

mikemaihack:

No one is more excited about Batgirl’s new costume than Kara.

Original available here
More BGSG comics

EEEEEEEE!

Kreon by Stijn.