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10 Issues In: Harrow County


Harrow County tells the story of Emmy, a young girl who’s on the eve of her eighteenth birthday in the early 1900’s when she discovers there are monsters in the woods surrounding her home, monsters that she learns she’s connected to. Written by Cullen Bunn (The Sixth Gun, Deadpool Killogy) and drawn by Tyler Crook (B.P.R.D. Hell On Earth, Bad Blood), Harrow County is currently being developed by the cable … Read More →

Grown Man Reads Kids Comics: Free Comic Book Day Edition!

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Free Comic Book Day 2016 has come and gone, serving as a pretty exciting time for us comic book readers. For those that don’t know Free Comic Book Day is an annual event in which comic book stores all across North America give away free comics to everyone who comes out. This event always takes place on the first Saturday of May (May 7th this year) and as usual Big … Read More →

Hero Cats: Midnight Over Stellar City


I’ve noticed that the Big B blog doesn’t cover as many cat related books as I would like so I figured I’d do my part to add more into the [meow] mix. Bad puns aside let’s talk about Hero Cats: Midnight Over Stellar City! Midnight is a spinoff based on the character from the pages of Hero Cats Over Stellar City, which just released its tenth issue so look forward … Read More →

10 Issues In: Batman Beyond


Has it really been 2 months since my last post? Yikes. I’d totally be fired if the folks at Big B Comics weren’t so awesome. Anyways, they keep giving me a platform so I’m going to continue talking out of turn, even when you whine and groan (yes I know you’re doing it right now!). As usual this post will contain some minor spoilers (we are, after all, going through … Read More →

10 Issues In: Batman and Robin Eternal


Hey folks, I realize this is a little late seeing as though issue #13 just came out as of this writing but the holidays have been happening. So without further ado let’s look at the first ten issues of Batman and Robin Eternal…wait! There will be some minor spoilers here not only regarding this series but series that the lead characters feature in as well like Batman, Grayson, and Batman … Read More →

Batman/TMNT #1


I’d like to start off this post by apologizing for my lack of content recently but alas life is constantly changing and with that comes the realization that I must change with it. I’m not getting at a point where I stop reading comics, au contraire, these stories and this community is one of my constant highlights so afraid to say I’m not going anywhere anytime soon. Let’s just hope … Read More →

Howard The Human #1


Howard the Human is a one-shot that crosses over with Secret Wars but not really. Essentially we are lead to believe this is a part of Battleworld where it’s “Bizzaro” Howard The duck, with the hook being that rather than being a duck in a human world, he’s a human in a world full of animals! The book is written by Skottie Young best known for his “little” drawings but … Read More →

Grown Man Reads Kids Comics: TMNT: Amazing Adventures #1


Wow! It’s been a while. The last installment of Grown Man Reads Kids Comics was way back in April for the Free Comic Book Day Edition. But fear not lovely readers, I promise you that this column has not and will never be forgotten! This column goes out to childish adults everywhere, now let’s talk Turtles. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Amazing Adventures is the spiritual successor to the previously concluded … Read More →

10 Issues In: Grayson


It’s finally come! DC Comics’ Grayson by Tim Seeley, Tom King (writers) and Mikel Janin (artist) has hit ten issues so I’m able to do another write-up on this great series. I basically look for any reason to talk about this series since, outside of the flagship Batman title, this has become my favourite series DC is pumping out. As always this article may contain some spoilers, specifically in regards … Read More →

We Stand On Guard


When I say the name “Brian K. Vaughan” I’m sure a laundry list of comics come to mind that he’s worked on, such as Y: The Last Man, Ex Machina, Runaways and a little known indie book called Saga. Perhaps a friend of a friend might have read it. In any event, Brian has added on to his current title work with We Stand On Guard, a new ongoing series from Image Comics … Read More →

10 Issues In: The New Suicide Squad


Well it’s been a while but I finally hit a series’ tenth issue. I originally decided to do these segments at ten issues since at that point enough issues have passed to fully judge a book fairly.  However, looking back at my previous articles I see that in most cases I gush over the book since usually, if it’s not up to snuff, I’ve dropped it well before issue #10 … Read More →

Justice League of America #1


A lot has been made about the new “DC YOU” brand, replacing the New 52. DC Comics are still building series out of that New 52 universe but they claim to not be following any kind of continuity between books which was a hardline for their New 52 initiative. That much is clear within the opening pages of Justice League of America #1 by writer/artist Bryan Hitch. The opening shows … Read More →

Live From NFCC: Drawing with Albuquerque and Eaglesham


Rafael began talking about breaking into the industry doing work for an Egyptian comic book publisher which lead to work at BOOM! Doing several things including concept art for 2 Guns which has since become a major motion picture and interiors for many books. From there he moved to DC and did work on Blue Beetle than Superman/Batman before moving on to American Vampire which suited him perfectly. Read More →

Live From NFCC: Manapul, Hester and Paquette Talk Copyrights, DC Comics and Much (Alan) Moore!


The panel opened with only Francis ready to go so he started on how he broke into the industry. He said he’d make copies of his work and take it to all the cons and would show everybody who would look in hopes someone would give him work he went into detail about his very specific sample shots he’d use which showed real people, action shots and told a story. Read More →

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