New Stuffs and Stuff

I realise it has been awhile since I have posted reviews or other such comic faff and that’s just the way it goes sometimes. I’ve been soaking in my love of video games as well as running two RPG campaigns, so the reading time I have has been going into reading game books and campaign planning.

I have fallen behind with some things as far as subscription boxes go, and there’s still a big stack of stuff on the coffee table to read, but this will be the next batch!

Singles

  • Kiss me, Satan #3 & #4
  • The Twilight Zone #1
  • Rocket Girl #1 – #3
  • Damian Son of Batman #1 – #3
  • Grindhouse: Doors Open at Midnight #3 – #4
  • Juice Squeezers #1
  • Samurai Jack #1
  • The Occultist #3 – #4

TPB

  • Pariah Vol. 1
  • MLP: Friendship is Magic Vol 1-3
  • Avengers AI Vol. 1: Human After All
  • TMNT Animated
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Squiddy’s Comic Chat: Episode #11

Squiddy's Comic Chat11

Squiddy is mostly over her illness and managed to get out and deal with two weeks worth of comic pulls and came out with far less than she thought she would going in.

And she remembered to talk a little about Thulhuween and her disappointment of being ill and missing her 31 book goal.

Have a listen to the episode here.


Singles

  • Ghosted #5
  • Grindhouse Doors open at Midnight #2
  • Drumhellar #1
  • Occultist #2
  • Protectors Inc. #1
  • Steampunk Halloween 2013
  • Ash and the Army of Darkness #1
  • Clive Barker’s Hellraiser 2013 Annual
  • Forever Evil A.R.Gu.S. #1
  • Fox #1
  • Thor The Crown of Fools #1
  • Zombie Tramp Volume 2 #1

Trades

  • Miss Fury: Anger is an Energy
  • S.H.I.E.L.D. Origins

Manga

  • Gantz Vol 3
  • Bokurano Vol 2

Squiddy’s Comic Chat: Episode #10

Squiddy's Comic Chat10Another day of new comics has come and went and Squiddy is quite excited about a few new ones. She also talks about some changes to Super Nice and her Sunday show.

Enjoy a listen here

 


This Week’s Pulls

For Singles

  • Kiss Me, Satan #2
  • Army of Darkness Reanimator one-shot
  • Department of Monsterology #1
  • Pretty Deadly #1
  • Rat Queens #1
  • Vampirella Halloween Special 2013
  • Velvet #1
  • The Other Dead 1-2

For Trades

  • iZombie vol 2 uVampire
  • Proof vol 3: Thunderbirds Are Go!
  • Grimm Fairy Tales Volume 3
  • A Distant Soil – The Gathering
  • The Massive vol 1 Black Pacific

and Manga

  • Gantz Vol 2
  • Bokurano Vol 1
  • Afterschool Charisma vol 1
  • The Bride of the Water God Vol 1

Squiddy’s Comic Chat: Episode #9

Squiddy's Comic Chat9In today’s belated Sunday show, Squiddy talks Alien crossovers while also mentioning a few other painful horror-related crossovers she has been exposed to. She finishing things up with a few news items and some upcoming things she’s excited about including Dynamite Entertainment’s Twilight Zone.

Enjoy the belated episode here.

Hack/Slash #1

Cover

May 2007 | Devil’s Due

Writing: Tim Seeley
Art: Emily Stone
Colour: Courtney Via
Letters: Brian J. Crowley.
Cover: Time Seeley | Stefano Caselli

Cassie used herself as bait to get close to a slasher. While in captivity and being tortured, she has flashbacks to her past.

Hack/Slash is another one of those series which I have collected and scarcely read any of. I honestly don’t know how it happens other than my collection growing quicker than I can read. On the plus, I should never run out of anything to read.

Getting down to it, I really like it. I like Cassandra and her sweet killer lunch lady mom that would butcher up all the stupids that messed with her daughter. That’s devotion for you. I also really like Vlad. He’s a loveable Jason-like character and I like his manner of speech. He’s adorable.

It was a bit of a strange issue, having the flashbacks in the middle, which made things seem a little disjointed and drawn out, but it had a point and after the slasher was dealt with, things moved right along and introduced us to the next target.

I have no idea if Hack/Slash is still going, but that’s all right. I have thirty some issues to read before I hunt for more.

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