Another strong field this week.* This time, it came down to two strong contenders with something in common. But only one can win. So I crunched the numbers, ran some simulations, flipped a coin, and picked the one with Spider-Man in it anyway. Continue Reading »
Or, see how Brad turned a “one comic in the pull box” week in to a bunch of crap to review, including more Spider-Man comics in one week than is healthy. Or, how’s he’s slowly becoming Burgas with less genre indie taste. Continue Reading »
Paragraphs and complete sentences; these things are unnecessary when reviewing comics. All I need is sentence fragments and pop culture references. Okay, there will be footnotes for the slow members of the class. Continue Reading »
Knife goes in, guts come out. Comics go in, thoughts come out. Same process, more or less. Continue Reading »
Here are some more reviews you don’t need but may want. Up to you. They do push the concept of the paragraph as far as it will go, if you’re in to that sort of thing. Continue Reading »
In that I went a Wednesday without comics because everybody who works at my LCS went to San Diego for the con. Not that I blame them, but I couldn’t help but feel a little abandoned. But never mind my emotional baggage, I have two weeks worth of comics to redundantly review! Continue Reading »
What a novelty! You have certainly never seen this before, I bet! Continue Reading »
I’m gonna give this whole brevity thing a shot, especially since I bought more comics than usual this week. If I had kids, I’d be totally burning through their college funds! Continue Reading »
So last time I took a look at the original Top Ten Best Reviewed Comics of the Year on Dick Hyacinth’s meta-list.
Since then D.H. has tabulated a couple more votes (specifically those from the Comics Journal best of the year issue) and given us a full on Top 100.
“Neat!” sez I “I’m going to try to read as many of these as I can.”
So here are the results of my quest.