I can't wait for the torture to finally be over so we can all properly get gut punched with you-know-who's fate. Because Berserk probably ain't that kind of story.FINALLY BERSERK IS RETURNING ON APRIL 26TH!
I remember reading a lot of "his art sucks now, there's no black" and I'm like "dude, if this is bad art I want to be a bad artist".Aposimz is legit. My only problem is that it takes 3 months for a new tank volume to come out. I feel people were kinda down on his artwork on Aposimz because it looks experimental enough that it's a departure from Sidonia.
I too would suggest taking a read of this series, the first three books are absolutely fantastic. It kinda falls off from there whenAnimalman by Jeff Lemire
I fell off DC and Marvel around 2012 when the New 52 (DC) launched, while Marvel was going loco about its sudden popularity and shoehorning the MCU into its books among other boring directions.
Animalman by Lemire was a series I'd heard praise for but didn't get into at the time. I recently got to read all 5 books of the series and...well it's good I think, not necessarily for me, as I prefer Morrison's Animalman run a lot more.
The premise has Buddy discovering his daughter has super powers which allow her to revive dead animals, he then learns of The Red, a congregation of all living non-plant things being connected together and is being threatened by The Rot, the personification of death and decay. Now Buddy has to deal with his daughter's newfound powers while protecting her and his family from The Rot that is beginning to take over the world.
One way to describe this series is that it's a horror series, though how scary it is is up to the reader. I found there to be A LOT of creepy and disturbing imagery in this book
Don't open if you're squeemish about such things.Code:
Travel Foreman's art is pretty distinctive and quite good all things considered though.
If you're considering reading it, try to see if Book 1 would interest you, then move onto the next book in order, long as you're interest is still there for the series.
Although the series appears to tie in to another New 52 series of the time, Swamp Thing, that series is not needed to enjoy this one, and at best can be read stand alone.
The current IDW Transformers comic series is a reboot. Wait for the trade as the current issues are slow and seem to be one book split into 6 parts :VDidn't post in here yet, but I can't say how much it warms my heart to see this thread, thanks Tizoc !
Oh and btw, a little question to our resident Transformers expert (s ?) : so the new series is a prequel ? Did I get it right ? Can I get in without reading the bajillion books already published before ? Yeah, I'm sure they are good, I remember the thread, but I already read far too much stuff to add 100+ issues runs like it's free candy.
I loved Punpun, but yeah, it managed to get me in a pretty dark place.I'm trying to finish Goodnight Punpun, but it's seriously bumming the hell out of me.
Looks amazing, it's just that the story hits way too close to home.
I legit haven't read any of Tom King's Batman stuff. I need to read Detective Comics since it has characters I like.So, Tom King leaves Batman? I have mixed feelings about his run. Annuals were great, but long arcs not so much. Hopefully, he'll stick to weird ass stuff like Vision and Mister Miracle and gritty thrillers ala Sheriff of Babylon.
Just don't bring BMB! Please!
Doesn't 2000AD sell digital stuff on their website?Uh, outside of Dredd, there is no legal way for me to read 2000 AD, shame, I like nonsensical British universes that clearly making fun of all the things right-wing loves, but still very much enjoyable even if you read them the most straight way possible.