Hey, did you know that the frontman in My Chemical Romance also happens to be a big fan and writer of comic books? Yeah, as it turns out the kid’s also very good at it. Continue reading Panels: The Umbrella Academy – Apocalypse Suite
It’s a brand new Panels issue with 9 books for me to catch up to including one that started this column and a few new stuff in my pile. Try counting how many of these comics are set in outer space.
Don’t judge and let’s do this.
The big skip between the last issue of Panels and this one gave me ample time to read a lot of new stuff. There’s a bit of everything here, so let’s get to it right away. Continue reading Panels #5: Animal Magic and Super Powerful Girls
Puedes oir esa dulce música de quijada? Ras.
Por fin logré leer Edge of Spider-Verse #5 de Gerard Way y Jake Wyatt. Jolines, aquel fue el mejor comic del arácnido que he leído en años y este panel con Kaneda y Daredevil me hizo pelar los ojos y reírme como loco. Vayan a leerlo.
via Jake Wyatt
This extra issue of Panels only has two authors who make webcomics with stories full of scary and suspenseful moments. If you’re in for some creepy tales, these are mandatory reading.
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!
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.
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