First, and probably most importantly, I’m selling a bunch of graphic novels and trades on Amazon, so if you’re interested in that stuff, check ‘er out. This is not because I hate comics (as one Twitter friend worried), but because I just need more space in my apartment. So help me out there. Okay, on to the links:
Hellboy, The Massive, and Beasts of Burden Headline ‘Dark Horse Presents #8’ [Advance Review] – Here’s a look at the next issue of Dark Horse Presents, and seriously, the Beasts of Burden story is a classic – perhaps my favorite one Dorkin and Thompson have done so far.
‘The Walking Dead’ Goes Bad and ‘Bulletproof Coffin’ Goes Crazy [Image Comics Reviews] – …In which I get back on board the Walking Dead train.
It’s Easy To See Why ‘Daredevil By Mark Waid’ Is The Best Hardcover Around – I can’t say enough good things about this book. If you don’t pick it up, and complain about how “comics aren’t good anymore,” or “always written for the trade,” or any argument in the negative, really, you’re wrong. Pick it up.
Comic Book Club with Danny Fingeroth and Sam Ball – If you want to know info about the Howard The Duck comic book movie adaptation, this is the podcast for you.
Sex & Violence In Comics: How Much Is Too Much? An MTV Geek Roundtable Discussion – Even if the topic has been done to death, I’m really pleased I got to chat about this with Charles and Valerie, and they make some terrific points.
Meet The Sixteen Year Old Girl Whose Comic Out-Sold ‘Watchmen’ [Interview] – Without getting into too many details, snagging this interview may have been the closest I’ve come to being a journalist.
Fringe Explores Molecular Gastronomy With “Enemy of My Enemy” [Recap] – I always start out recapping Fringe with every intention to make it short and sweet. That never happens.