This week I will be making two articles of Panels, a main one (you’re reading it) and another “mini-panel” with short stories for Halloween that I found or were recommended by friends and readers. Let’s get this done!
The House of Ideas went all out today with an unannounced event in Hollywood and suddenly here are the logos for all of Marvel’s new films going all the way to 2019.
My favorite one is Captain Marvel just because I love yellow and Avant-Garde Gothic almost equally. My favorite announcement was Black Panther, because it’s about time we had a black hero or let’s face it, any other kind of color hero kicking ass in his or her own franchise.
Here goes a new Tasty Artist gallery with the excellent work of comic creator, Mshindo Kuumba. Continue reading Tasty Artist • Mshindo Kuumba
How’s that new Flash TV show, you ask? Well, my answer is… it’s too early to judge, but I can tell you what I’ve noticed so far from its first 3 episodes.
Ok, look. Batgirl #35 was one of the highlights of that week I read all the good comics, but it’s not without it’s criticism in at least one point. Continue reading Two Things Batgirl #35 Gets Right and One That’s Overcooked
Just a week shy of Halloween the temptress of indie horror comics, Emily Carroll, graces us with a sneak peek at her new title, Ann by the Bed.
It’s 21 minutes till 1 o’clock in the morning and I’m sitting, alone, at the terminal entrance to the gate waiting for my last flight back to Panama. This issue of Panels has new stuff and some that I read months ago.
Since I have recollection of reading comics, rarely have I experienced a week in which all the books I read were consistently good across the board or even recommendable. Well, almost all of them.
— guillaume singelin (@guinoir) October 6, 2014
I love it when a dope artist makes their own rendition of another dope artist’s original characters. Guillaume Singelin (a tasty artist) tries to do just that with Arem Lightstorm, the lead character in Corey S. Lewis‘ fancomic/tribute to Metroid.
There’s another image after the incoming link.
Welcome to Panels #1, the first issue of a new column where I talk about one or three comic books I’m reading and why I love them or want to burn them. Continue reading Panels #1: Of Space Cowgirls and Submarine Samurai