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Tag Archives: justin gray
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
As you wake from your slumber in the South Pole, and prepare to swim north to provide all the waiting boys and girls their presents (and sometimes a regurgitated fish) to commemorate the winter/summer solstice (hemisphere dependent), I thought I … Continue reading
Yesterday my best friend came over and said the most horrifying 5 words: Christmas is three weeks away. How did that happen, I found myself wondering? How did the holidays creep up on me this year? What was I going … Continue reading
It’s about time we got to these isn’t it? In my mind, self-contained short series are one of the joys of the comic world. I love that they follow and arc and tell a specific story, without worrying too much … Continue reading
The Last Resort Writers: Jimmy Palmiotti & Justin Gray Artist: Giancarlo Caracuzzo Covers: Darwyn Cooke, Amanda Conner Zombies, it seems, are everywhere. Though the creatures in the Last Resort aren’t zombies. They’re something rather different, as is this story. The … Continue reading
I realise that I recommend a lot of comics. It can be hard to break into an ongoing series, or to find old trades or graphic novels at your LCS. More than that, it can be expensive to buy them … Continue reading
For the second week of our favorites, Chantaal and I will be listing our top three favorite on-goings. These are actual runs, not limited or ended series. Chantaal listed hers yesterday, and today it’s my turn. Secret Six I’ve written … Continue reading
Time Bomb #2 Writer: Jimmy Palmiotti & Justin Gray Artist: Paul Gulacy Story: 5/5 Art: 5/5 Normally I don’t do individual issue reviews, but this week I only bought two books, both of which were superb. Besides which, I wrote … Continue reading