Your Deadshirt New Comics Shopping List for: March 25th, 2015

It’s Wednesday and that means new comics. Let Deadshirt steer your wallet in the right direction with reviews (and preview pages) of titles out today from Image, Dark Horse, IDW, BOOM! Studios, Archie, MonkeyBrain, Oni, Fantagraphics, Top Shelf, Action Lab, and more! Kaijumax #1 Story & Art by Zander Read More …

Check Your Head: Sigils, Chaos Magick, and Death Toll Horror in Nameless [Advance Review]

I’ve theorized, for a while, that Grant Morrison really has two primary “tracks” of work, which developed almost simultaneously at the beginning of his tenure at DC, just as he was breaking into American comics. They certainly don’t encompass his entire oeuvre by any means, but Read More …

Deadshirt’s Top Ten Comics of 2014

Looking back at the comics that came out this year, there’s no shortage of great work. From capes and tights superheroics to more grounded stories of the human experience, 2014 was a damn good year for an artistic medium that’s in the midst of serious Read More …

Deadshirt Is Reading… Randian Objectivist Assholes and an Off-Kilter Axis

Deadshirt Is Reading… is a weekly feature in which Deadshirt’s staff, contributing writers, and friends-of-the-site offer their thoughts on Big Two cape titles, creator-owned books, webcomics and more. For more of our thoughts on this week’s new comics, take a look at Wednesday’s Deadshirt Comics Shopping List. Read More …

Bryan Lee O’Malley’s Seconds Is Magical [Review]

There’s a moment in Bryan Lee O’Malley’s new graphic novel Seconds, a fleeting gag really, that calls back to a particularly beloved line from his Scott Pilgrim series. Perhaps it was designed, like some background cameos from Scott and Ramona, as a friendly shout out Read More …

Taking a Time-Out with Seconds Colorist Nathan Fairbairn [Interview]

  Since breaking into the comics scene with 2007’s Annihilation: Conquest – Starlord mini-series, colorist Nathan Fairbairn has worked as something of a silent partner with artists such as Chris Burnham on Batman Incorporated and Yanick Paquette on Swamp Thing (to say nothing of a host of upcoming Grant Read More …