Comics Links & Reviews
Beaucoup Kevin thinks this (to your right) is the greatest comics panel of all time. (It’s possible…after all, malt does more than Milton can to justify Kirby’s ways to man.)
The Beat reports that Too Much Coffee Man will be debuting in a new form at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con: as an opera.
Todd Allen of Comic Book Resources collates all of the various statements about DC’s big Zudacomics world-domination scheme, and tries to explain what to expect from it.
The Nichei Bei Times asks the loaded question: what is manga?
Blogcritics reviews The Amazing Transformations of Jimmy Olsen, a new DC collection of old DC stories.
Bookgasm reviews Rob Zombie Presents the Haunted World of El Superbeasto, Vol. 1. (No comment is possible on a title like that.)
Comics Reporter reviews Osamu Tezuka’s Apollo’s Song.
Chris’s Invincible Super-Blog reviews the comics he got this week, starting with Annihilation: Conquest – Wraith #1.
Greg Burgas at Comics Should Be Good also reviews the comics he bought this week, including Banza Girls: The New Adventures of Jinky Coronado #2. (Well, you knew someone was buying it!)
Living Between Wednesdays also does the here’s-the-stuff-I-bought-this-week thing, bringing a whole truckload of love for Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane #20.
Graeme McMillan of The Savage Critic reviews Stephen Colbert’s Tek Jansen #1.
And McMillan also reviews Green Arrow: Year One #1.