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Category Archives: Image
Pretty Deadly, Volume 1: The Shrike Story: Kelly Sue DeConnick Art: Emma Rios Colors: Jordie Bellaire Letters: Clayton Cowles Publisher: Image The moment that Pretty Deadly was announced, I mentally added it to my pull list. I knew that at the very … Continue reading
“Just because you’re immortal doesn’t mean you’re going to live forever.” A couple of weeks ago, I realized that I had a serious backlog of comics that I hadn’t read. Among the giant pile was the end of Kieron … Continue reading
East of West, Volume 1: The Promise Story: Jonathan Hickman Art: Nick Dragotta Colors: Frank Martin Letters: Rus Wooton Publisher: Image Yes, yes, I know I’m late to the party. I’ve had so many other comics on my pull list … Continue reading
There will be light spoilers for the wholly ignorant, but anyone with a passing knowledge of the premise should be good to go!
Now that the dust is settling, it’s time for us here at GRCT to tell you about our favourite announcements from the weekend. It’s a hard call, as there was a lot of news pouring out of the convention, but … Continue reading
Have you ever wanted to get into comic books but have no interest in superheroes and/or mutants? Or, perhaps you have never thought about getting into comics but happen to be a huge fan of all things horror/zombie/gruesome? Or you … Continue reading
Welcome to Girls Read Comics’ Favorites of 2010! From behind the scenes to the comics themselves, we’ve come up with a list of our favorites this year. Continue reading
Writer: Bryan JL Glass Artist: Michael Avon Oeming Volume One – Destiny I’ll admit I’m often a bit late to things. But it’s something I think happens to a lot of comic fans. It can be hard to keep track … Continue reading