Motor Girl #1

Art and Story by Terry Moore Published by Abstract Studio It’s a good day. Know how I know? The new Terry Moore book came out today. Terry Moore is this fantastic cartoonist with a penchant for showing a range of women in a variety of genres, from the classic romance drama, Strangers In Paradise, to…

Spook House #1

It’s almost here! Halloween is almost here! It’s my favorite time of year, and it has been since I was a kid. Trick or Treating was maybe the only outdoor activity I really liked, and I know our cosplayers got their start staying out late on a school night. This week, Eric Powell launches a…

The Lost Boys #1

The Lost Boys #1 Written by Tim Seeley Art by Scott Godlewski Published by DC Comics, Vertigo imprint It’s October, and it’s time to spend your nights watching your favorite scary movies! I’m betting 1987’s The Lost Boys is pretty high on your list, and so is DC. Whether or not you follow your movie…

Midnighter & Appollo #1

Written by Steve Orlando Art by Fernando Blanco Published by DC Comics Midnighter is this amazing, hyperviolent Batman character who has a computer brain that tells him how to kill people. That sounds ridiculous and one-note, I know. And DC has plenty of disturbing extremes of violence. But hear me out. Midnighter is actually richly…

Seven To Eternity

Written by Rick Remender Art by Jerome Opena Colors by Matt Hollingsworth Published by Image Comics Rick Remender teams up this week with a couple of old friends, Jerome Opena from Uncanny X-Force and Matt Hollingsworth from Fear Agent. Together, they build a fantasy world bleeding with dark horror and challenge our obedience to fear.…

DOOM PATROL #1

Written by Gerard Way Art by Nick Derington Published by DC Comics (Young Animal imprint) I have it on good authority (from Gothic Harry Potter fanfiction) that Gerard Way is “a major hottie.” And I have personal experience that his Umbrella Academy series prove him to be a daring creator, blending elements of the fringe…

Glitterbomb #1

Story by Jim Zub Art by Djibril Morissette-Phan Colors by K Michael Russell Published by Image Comics I think it is weird that a comics company has developed the technology to reach into my brain and find what I like and put it all into a comic book, but that must be what happened at…