Category Archives: Site News
It’s the end of Rob Jackson week, and today is the review for the final issue of Flying Sausage Academy, #4! No sausages went flying during the course of this series. Um, spoiler alert.
Rob Jackson week continues, and the new review today is for Flying Sausage Academy #3.
It’s Rob Jackson week! Well, technically it’s Flying Sausage Academy week, as the man is so prolific that I had to limit his theme week to just one of his series. New review today for #2 in the series, and here’s a link to the review for #1 if you missed that. Hell, here’s a link to all my reviews of his work right here, and I hope you have some free time, because it’s quite a pile of quality comics.
New review today for R. R. Whitehead by Caitlin Cass, and if all goes well I do believe I’m doing a theme week next week. Oh, and since I’m low on review comics, send me your comics and I should be able to get them posted within a week or so. Or if you’ve seen some really great mini comics lately and you don’t mind parting with them, send some along my way!
New review for Konehedz #1 by Mark Velard, and happy Pi day, since that’s a thing!
New review today for You Don’t Get There From Here #39 by Carrie McNinch. Yeah, review silence again last week. Sorry about that. Life in general plus a general shortage of review comics lately, I guess. I’m going to try to get to the local comics store this week to restock.
New review today for Magic Whistle #3.2, edited by Sam Henderson and featuring his comics and comics by about a half a dozen other cartoonists. Happy weekend everybody!
New review for The True Adventures of Jep Comix #6 by Jep. Whatever happened to all the people who used pseudonyms in comics? Also, would you kindly get off of my lawn?
New review today for Nul by Olive Booger, which is another of the giant and growing list of mini kus comics.
New review today for another comic from the mini kus pile: Call of Cthulhu by Martin Lacko (and written posthumously by H.P. Lovecraft).
New review today for Yet Another Ask a Cat by Charles Brubaker, hope everybody is having a good President’s Day! We had a good run of 44 of them that were at least mildly qualified, so I guess statistically we were due for a narcissistic con man with obvious signs of dementia.
New review today for Snow Cone City #2 by Joseph Hewitt. Say, can any politically active person in Columbus Ohio direct me to the best Indivisible group? I’m interested, but there sure are a lot of them around here…
Last week got completely away from me, sorry about that. But I can make it up to you by introducing Skip Tobey Volume 1 by Andy Herd into your lives!
New review for Dark Pants #3: The Pantening by Matt MacFarland. OK, I made up the subtitle. I’ll concede that it could use some work. Happy weekend everybody!
New review today for Spectacular Vermacular by Mathilde Van Gheluwe. This is also mini kus #50, which is damned impressive for any series, not to mention a series that showcases a different artist each time, so reward them by buying some of their books!
New review today for That’s Me in the Corner Part One by Jep. Hey international readers, remember when I was joking about marrying one of you to get me out of this rapidly devolving country? Maybe I was kidding then, but it’s getting more serious by the day. Loveless marriages welcome!
New review today for The Shirley Jackson Project, edited by Robert Kirby and featuring a whole bunch of amazing artists. I’m stuck with the flu that wouldn’t leave, so this might be it for reviews this week. Or I’ll finally get better and it won’t be. Guess you’ll have to wait and see!
New review today for Zoar by Matthew Heisler, which is really making it feel like old home week around here (Matthew did a comic called Milk Baby with his brother about a decade ago). Short week because I’m stuck with a lingering cold and/or protesting the end of American democracy. Oh sorry, I’m getting hyperbolic. I meant that I’m protesting the end of America being taken seriously internationally. Or domestically. Happy weekend everybody!