Skyfall, Ryan Browne, Tarot, Ang Lee’s Hulk, Bret Easton Ellis, nostalgic comic covers, Death of the Family and John Layman’s Detective, Morrison’s Batman, Richard Starkings’ Elephantmen, reMIND, the Winter Whole Story Collection (Anime Club, The Freelancer, Fusion Future, Fusion Elementary, and more), Jack Chick tracts, Jason, Carl Barks, Jeff Smith’s Bone, Marvel: The Untold Story, Gene Day, Jim Shooter, John Byrne, New Universe and StarBrand, Chris Claremont and X-Men, Pendelton Ward’s Bravest Warriors from Kaboom, Hellboy: The Wild Hunt and Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, All-New Uncanny X-Men, Humberto Ramos, and much more!
After a plunge into the dark realm of Jacques Tardi’s It Was the War of the Trenches from Fantagraphics, we surface into the light of Before Watchmen: Silk Spectre #1 by Darwyn Cooke and Amanda Conner, Jeffrey Brown’s Darth Vader and Son from Chronicle Books and CAKE (the Chicago Alternative Comics Expo), Top Shelf’s Double Barrel anthology from Cannons Kevin and Zander (available on Comixology), Joe Kelly’s Action Comics #775, Cyril Pedrosa’s Three Shadows from :01, Stumptown by Greg Rucka and Matthew Southworth from Oni, Rick Remender’s Strange Girl from Image, Harbinger and the new Valiant, Haunted Hulk from Hulk #50-52 by Jeff Parker and Carlo Pagulayan, Ian Brill and Dracula World Order, Spider-Men #1, Tales of the Dark Knight #1 and Jeff Lemire, and a whole mess more!
All the pieces are back in place as we ramble through Revival by Tim Seeley and Mike Norton from Image, Mike Schwartz’s Oceanverse, Won Ton Soup volume one by James Stokoe from Oni Press, Alejandro Jodorowsky’s Weapons of the Metabaron with Travis Charest and Zoran Janjetov from Humanoids (incorporating Frank Herbert and David Lynch’s Dune, Moebius, H. R. Giger, Sienkiewicz, Flash (Aaaaaaaaaaah!) Gordon, and more), Ron Garney and Fantastic Four #606, Jeff Parker and Dale Eaglesham’s Hulk #53 and Alpha Flight, Jonathan Hickman and Ryan Bodenheim from Image, The Homeland Directive by Robert Vendetti and Mike Huddleston from Top Shelf, David’s tale on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Detective Comics #526, trade dress and Dark Horse’s Creepy and Eerie Archives, Juxtapoz #137, Fred Van Lente and Ryan Dunlavey’s Comic Book History of Comics from IDW, Terry Moore’s Rachel Rising, Fury MAX by Ennis and Parlov, Dynamite!, and a little about Before Watchmen: Minutemen #1. You’ll live.