Outright Geekery’s series of posts highlighting the very best of the year that was 2014 continues with the comic books that pulled of a whole lot with very little. It’s easy to pull off epic stories in titles that span dozens of issues and years of building, but doing that in less than a dozen books takes some real talent, and the impact on the reader is as relatively great as the number of comic pages is relatively small. Here’s my top comic book limited series of 2014. Continue reading Gaumer’s Top Comic Book Limited Series of 2014
New Comics Wednesday is upon us again, and some of us here at Outright Geekery are running down the top pick on our comic stacks for this week. What are you looking forward to reading this week? Continue reading Geeks’ Picks for New Comics: November 26th, 2014
(WARNING: There will be spoilers!)
It’s a sad shame when finding a comic book that deals with a current and relative topic is such a rarity. It’s even harder to find one that’s actually worth reading. Most of them try to be preachy, putting their own political positions into the story instead of just presenting a topical subject with an interesting slant. Memetic, from Batman scribe James Tynion IV, takes the idea of information sharing in the Internet Age to horrifying proportions, and gives readers a unique, modern-day twist on the all-too-often told zombie story.
Sometimes you just want to see hot comic book shelf porn. Well, we’ve got you COVERED! Here’s the best comic book covers of the week. Continue reading COVERED: October 22nd, 2014