Today's First Impression feature looks at Groo vs. Conan #1, Low #1, Ragnarök #1, Grimm Tales of Terror #1, Deep Gravity #1, and the double-sized Aphrodite IX/Cyber Force one-shot. Click through for our reviews and preview galleries.
In this extra-sized edition of Leaving Proof: We laud comiXology for dropping DRM, talk about Marvel's illusion of change and David Brothers' concerns about the publisher's "diversity marketing," and muse on what publishers can learn from the UFC in terms of promoting female-fronted books.
[UPDATED] With your help, the first five years of the popular webcomic The Amya Chronicles can get a quality print collection.
This latest Jinnrise trade paperback collects issues #7–10 and the standalone story from issue #3. Features art by Andrew Huerta (Pathfinder, Everlast) and Mark Torres (Liquid City, Zombies vs. Robots: Undercity).
Read "Bunker!," a complete eight-page short by Harvey Kurtzman, Ric Estrada, and Marie Severin in our preview of this hardcover collection of the classic pre-Code EC Comics war anthology.
On this week’s Leaving Proof: Magnetic Press sets out to prove that the single issue still has an important role to play in the current market for English-language editions of foreign graphic novels.
This hardcover collects the three-issue Memory Collectors limited series by 44FLOOD art collective co-founder menton3.
Bronco Ink's A.C. Brown looks to crowdfunding for help in publishing the graphic novel adaptation of Edith Nesbit's classic short story collection, The Book of Dragons.
Featuring contributions from 262 artists including Mike Mignola, Walt Simonson, Frank Cho, Adam Hughes, Art Adams, Larry Hama, Juanjo Guarnido, and Dave Gibbons, all proceeds from the sale of this oversized hardcover will go towards a fund for the benefit of Stan and Sharon Sakai.
Today's First Impression feature looks at The Squidder #1, Plagued: The Miranda Chronicles #1, Death Vigil #1, Black Market #1, and Dark Engine #1. Click through for our reviews and preview galleries.