Posts Tagged "brian wood"

upthenerdpunx:

"DMZ" by Brian Wood and Riccardo Burchielli has one of the most awesome artworks that I saw in comics ever. It’s about the second american civil war, in which Manhattan is called a "demilitarized zone" or "DMZ".


Read it, dammit!

50% off DMZ this week. 

If you’ve been waiting for a chance to get into all the great X-Men series currently ongoing (including work from amazing creators such as brianmichaelbendis, maisonimmonen, sispurrier, kierongillen, and way more) , now’s your chance!

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  • All-New X-Men (2012) #1-15, 
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  • Uncanny X-Men (2013) #1-11, 
  • Uncanny X-Force (2013) #1-12, 
  • X-Men (2013) #1-4

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comiXology Daily Deal - 1/21/14!

Even if you’ve never read any of the recent X-Men titles, Battle of the Atom is a great jumping on point! And today only you can get the first issue of the 10 chapter epic crossover event for just 99¢ when you use the code ATOM on comixology.com

gobookyourself:

Preacher by Garth Ennis & Steve Dillon

If you loved the sharp wit, humour and heart of the 9-volume Preacher series, try these equally excellent multi-volume reads:

Transmetropolitan by Warren Ellis & Darick Robertson for a 10 volume satirical cyberpunk tale filled with sex, drugs and violence

100 Bullets by Brian Azzarello & Eduardo Risso for a US-spanning 10 volume crime saga with brains

Y: The Last Man by Brian K. Vaughn & Pia Guerra for a bizarre, often hilarious journey across a dystopic US, in 10 volumes

The Sandman by Neil Gaiman & Various for an epic, 10 volume existential fantasy that fuses horror, comedy and classical mythology

These are great recs!

Kara’s Picks of the Week (9/11/13)

  • Red Sonja #3 - Our heroine is alone with her thoughts? Sold. Gail Simone is an absolute genius at writing believable voices for her characters, and watching the red headed devil fight her own dark inner voice is going to be amazing.
  • My Little Pony: Micro Series - CelestiaCalling all Bronies and Pegasisters! Finally, a book that shows us what Celestia is up to when she’s not reading letters from Twilight Sparkle and friends. Read and learn how to deal with everypony’s snark and drama like a pro princess.
  • X-Men Vol. 4 #5Never read X-Men? No problem. Jump right in with the all-female mutant team for an issue of time-traveling dilemmas and good old fashioned team drama.
  • Justice League 23.2: Featuring Lobo/Lobo #1You had me at “Screw You.” Marguerite Bennet made me root for our smokin’ antihero in the first ten words of this New 52 Villains Month book. Is it too soon to beg for an ongoing?

Kara supervises the international production team at comiXology and may or may not be writing sparkly New 52 Lobo fanfiction right now.

Shane’s Picks of the Week (9/11/13)

  • PICK OF THE WEEK: TEOTFW - This is one of strangest graphic novels I’ve read in a while. Simplistic yet wholly engrossing and definitely unpredictable. Also, rumor has it that TEOTFW is in the process of being turned into a web series, so that’s pretty neat!
  • East of West vol. 1: The Promise - I’ve been wanting to get into this series for so long, but I just haven’t had the time. Well that time is now! Very exciting. Hickman has been everywhere lately, eh?
  • FBP: Federal Bureau of Physics #3 - The last issue ended with quite the twist, and I’m so stoked on the concept of alternate universes, that doesn’t have to do with time travel.
  • X-Men #5 - Speaking of time travel! I’m kind of crazy about Battle of the Atom so far, and it’s probably because Jason Aaron had a large part in coming up with the event, and I sure do love anything Jason Aaron touches. Even if you’re not caught up with the whole X-Men universe, this event is a great place to jump in!

Shane is the marketing assistant  at comiXology and is attempting to grow a glorious beard just like his hero Jason Aaron.