Comic Book Noise 155: The Best of 2008, Part Two

Host Derek Coward finishes his look at the best of 2008 by talking about the titles that he has heard good things about but has never checked out yet, best miniseries that didn’t finish in 2008, best #1 comics of 2008 and the best graphic novels.

Related links (*-Amazon link, so help a brother out):
* Rasl Volume 1: The Drift
The Boy Who Made Silence
* House of Mystery
* Young Liars
* Captain Britain and MI:13
* Tangent: Superman’s Reign
The Infinite Horizon
Stephen King’s The Stand: Captain Trips
* The Twelve
* Love and Rockets: New Stories #1
* Madame Xanadu #1
Comic Book Comics
* Locke & Key
* Man With No Name
* Queen and Country Definitive Edition
* Noble Causes Archives
* The Walking Dead, Vol. 8: Made to Suffer
* Hellblazer: The Laughing Magician

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5 thoughts on “Comic Book Noise 155: The Best of 2008, Part Two”

  1. One of my blade servers has been sitting on a table for the past few years. The kids were in the basement (nowhere near it according to them) when it suddenly fell to the ground. My Miracleman statue and your books were sitting on top of it. The server is OK, but Miracleman has a broken leg and your Legion of Super-Heroes Archives Vol 5 has a half inch tear on it. The book is fine. Since this is the first of the archives that I wanted to buy anyway, I am going to buy a new copy and give you the dust jacket. Luckily this is NOT one of the autographed ones.

    All of the other books are totally unscathed.

  2. Nice episode…I am mostly a Marvel whore and indie comics guy, but do like some veritgo titles. You are right, madame xanadu just sucks you in, art is top notch. That is going to be a book with legs, even though I don’t understand what is going on in the story at times. Gave Young Liars a shot but after a few issues you realize the book is crap, could care less about any of the characters. Captain Britain is interesting but once they seeming just through Blade in it, I was done.

    Looking forward to 156…good luck in the job hunt!

  3. Thanks for listening, David.

    That’s odd about Blade. I didn’t know that there were vampires in the book. I thought it was a sci-fi superhero title.

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