Host Derek Coward talks about “Regular Show: The Mordecai and Margaret Pack” and Image Comics’ “Deadly Class” by Rick Remender and Wes Craig.
Host Derek Coward talks about Revenge #1 from Image Comics, as well as his feelings about the science fiction fan community as a whole.
I have had these three since they came out but for some reason, I never got around to reading them.
I hadn’t read Savage Dragon until I took a chance on the first Archives Volume. I really dug it, even in B&W, and immediately went out and grabbed the second Volume. It has been a long wait for Volume 3, but I am ready to dive into it.
I have only read/owned one issue of The Invisibles and it didn’t make a whole lot of sense to me, but I keep hearing good things about it from a lot of sources who don’t usually like the same kind of comic books, so I decided to take a chance on it. Morrison rarely lets me down.
Here are a couple of recent additions to the To Read pile. I remember buying the first ten or so issues of the First Comics reprints, but stopped getting them after a while. I liked the series back then so I’m not sure why I stopped getting it, but it was probably cost.
I recently picked up Lone Wolf and Cub Volume One from Dark Horse Comics and thought these were the same things. Not even close because that was just the first First Comics issue in a smaller package. These Omnibus volumes are five issues in one. I will eventually have to get the first one, but there’s no hurry because I already have the stories.
Host Derek Coward talks about The Pack, Volume 1, from Th3rd World Studios.
Host Derek Coward talks about some books he would love to see from comic book companies.