[ an / co / v / t ] [ e / r / sp ] [ p / s ] [ All / Recent / RSS ] [ FAQ / IRC / Rules / Legal / News ] [ Twitter ] [ Mod ]

/co/ - Comics and Cartoons

IAMTHELAW
Name
Email
Subject
Comment
File
Embed
Password (For file deletion.)

File: 1487601489067.gif (4.81 MB, 400x400, logan.gif)

 No.363[Reply]

← Animated

Wolverine through the years.

 No.390

Dang, no matter Jackman really wanted to make a movie with an old Wolverine, he's old!

 No.439

>>363
You know, I never noticed that they did his triangle hair before.

Then again, it's been a LONG time since I've watched the X-Men movies.



File: 1488236834021.jpg (216.3 KB, 1200x1820, 694436_1bcf….jpg)

 No.401[Reply]

>America #1

>Marvel: March 1, 2017 Writer: Gabby Rivera Art: Joe Quinones


>Cover Price: $3.99 UPC: 75960608661000111 Diamond ID: JAN170901 GCIN: 966174


>At last! Everyone's favorite no-nonsense powerhouse, America Chavez, gets her own series! Written by critically-acclaimed YA novelist Gabby Rivera (Juliet Takes A Breath) and drawn by all-star artist Joe Quinones (HOWARD THE DUCK), Marvel Comics' brand new AMERICA series shines a solo spotlight on the high-octane and hard-hitting adventures of the one and only America Chavez! America has always been uncontestably awesome, and as the newly appointed leader of the Ultimates, she's now officially claimed her place as the preeminent butt-kicker of the Marvel Universe! But while leading a team of heroes and punching out big bads is great and all, it doesn't really leave much time for self-discovery? So what's a super-powered teenager do when she's looking for a little fulfillment? She goes to college! She just has to stop an interdimensional monster or two first, plus shut down a pesky alien cult that's begun worshipping her exploits! Rated T+
28 posts and 35 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.

 No.431

File: 1488312803714.jpg (163.53 KB, 1200x1800, 694448_f2b7….jpg)

>James Bond #1

>Dynamite Entertainment: March 1, 2017 Writer: Ben Percy Art: Rapha Lobosco Cover: John Cassaday


>Cover Price: $3.99 UPC: 72513025652201011 Diamond ID: JAN171584 GCIN: 966191


>Black Box Part One - Whiteout The next epic adventure for 007 kicks off in the snowbound French Alps, where Bond finds himself in the crosshairs of an assassin who targets other assassins. This is the first puzzle piece in a larger adrenaline-fueled mystery that will send Bond across the globe to investigate a digital breach that threatens global security.

 No.432

File: 1488312888984.jpg (55.43 KB, 400x607, JAN170804.jpg)

>Glitterbomb TPB Vol. 01 Red Carpet

>Farrah Durante is a middle-aged actress hunting for her next gig in an industry where youth trumps experience. Her frustrations become an emotional lure for something horrifying out beyond the water…something ready to exact revenge on the shallow, celebrity-obsessed culture that's led her astray. Fan-favorite JIM ZUB (WAYWARD, Thunderbolts) and newcomer DJIBRIL MORISSETTE-PHAN (The Ultimates, All-New Wolverine) tear into the heart of Hollywood in GLITTERBOMB, a dramatic horror story about fame and failure. The entertainment industry feeds on our insecurities, desires, and fears. You can't toy with those kinds of primal emotions without them biting back… Collects GLITTERBOMB #1-4.

 No.433

File: 1488312964482.jpg (22.41 KB, 200x305, dec160376.jpg)

>Titans TPB Vol. 01 The Return of Wally West

>Spinning out of the events of DC UNIVERSE: REBIRTH #1, this new band of Titans are on a quest to find out the truth behind the earth-shattering, universe-changing revelations that Wally ushered in in his return to the world he thought he'd lost.


>Wally, Donna, Arsenal, Garth, Lilith and Nightwing are on the hunt for the mysterious force that erased their memories, forcing them to forget what they could accomplish together. Reunited with their memories returned, the Titans must face the fearsome, forgotten foe who wiped Wally West from existence!

 No.434

File: 1488313103015.jpg (411.66 KB, 1200x1821, 694428_6759….jpg)

>Savage Things #1

>DC Comics: March 1, 2017 Writer: Justin Jordan Art: Ibrahim Moustafa Cover: John Paul Leon


>Cover Price: $3.99 UPC: 76194134459100111 Diamond ID: JAN170410 GCIN: 966162


>25 years ago, a secret government organization kidnapped children and trained them to be chaos agents who went on to foment unrest and execute enemies of the state around the world. When these cold and unfeeling creations proved too difficult to control, the powers that be exterminated their kill squad with extreme prejudice. Too bad it didn't work. Now a rogue band of the worst monsters the world has ever known is cutting a swath of terror across the United States, threatening not just a disruption of the peace but to expose secrets their handlers never wanted to come to light. The only way to stop them is to call back the only man who ever walked away from them. His code name is Abel, and he's not afraid of getting his hands bloody. This new eight-issue miniseries from writer Justin Jordan (The Legacy of Luther Strode) and artist Ibrahim Moustafa (High Crimes) features the action of the Jason Bourne movies with the gruesome horror of classic grindhouse!

 No.435

>>432

Glitterbomb is the book that really got me back into reading comic books.

This month I'll be buying more comics than I ever have in the past, yet this week there's nothing I plan to pick up with the exception of maybe Royal City.

This week is a pass.



File: 1488259488869.jpg (132.17 KB, 655x1003, superman.jpg)

 No.413[Reply]

fucking FINALLY


File: 1487685064110.jpg (166.64 KB, 630x745, 13583623152….jpg)

 No.364[Reply]

21 posts and 42 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.

 No.386

File: 1487717308553.jpg (316.68 KB, 1200x1817, flash.jpg)

>Flash #17

>'ROGUES RELOADED' finale! In this epic conclusion, the Rogues defeat The Flash! Or so they think. To save the day, Barry Allen's got to take down the mastermind behind the Rogues' ultimate heist…the original Rogue; the one who always got away. That's right, it's The Flash vs. Captain Cold! RATED T

 No.387

File: 1487717367681-0.jpg (172.42 KB, 1050x1595, savage.jpg)

File: 1487717367681-1.jpg (95.53 KB, 1050x1595, savage2.jpg)

File: 1487717367681-2.jpg (226.81 KB, 1050x1613, savage3.jpg)

>Savage #4

>Out of the jungle, into the fight? When all hope seems lost, the final threads tethering the Sauvage family to their humanity will finally be severed. Just as the beasts within begin to take hold, the final revelation about the prehistoric island that has claimed them will finally stand revealed. But will this twist of fate offer a last chance at rescue?or forever seal their doom? The past and present collide as Valiant's next great hero rises in a baptism of bloodshed! Be there as acclaimed writer B. Clay Moore (Hawaiian Dick) and explosive artists Clayton Henry (HARBINGER WARS) and Lewis LaRosa (BLOODSHOT REBORN) bring their primal origin story to a close!

 No.388

File: 1487717526466-0.jpg (197.66 KB, 975x1500, TheFew.jpg)

File: 1487717526466-1.jpg (75.21 KB, 1186x1800, TheFew2.jpg)

Here's one I am really looking forward to. The first issue was fantastically written and not only piqued my interest in the world, but also created an atmosphere that left me wanting to know what happens next. Hopefully this turns out to be a great story. Based on just the first issue, I highly recommend it.


>The Few #2


>As Hale and the Boys run further from Herrod they find themselves taken in by the father of the militia men. Hale's past comes more and more into light as we discover how these boys are as good at guerilla warfare as they are.

 No.389

File: 1487717767701.jpg (402.06 KB, 1171x1800, Frostbite.jpg)

Here's a series I've been reading from the beginning, a six part run that I wrote about on this board before. Not a big fine of the art, even after 5 issues, but the story has kept me entertained. I recommend borrowing or renting it from the libraryt when the trade comes out. Could easily be adapted to a film.

>Frostbite #6


>The sense-shattering conclusion of the hit miniseries arrives with a bang! Keaton has been cast out of the convoy, but Vic's new allies are not to be trusted. If Keaton can take them out of the picture and get Vic to Alcatraz, can she even redeem herself?

 No.400

File: 1488093620436.jpg (156.25 KB, 900x1157, I don't kno….jpg)

>>382
I'll probably pick this up now that there's a trade of it. Pretty much everyone I've heard from says it's great.

>>386
I thought this arc was pretty solid. Also Jay's coming back in Flash #22, which should be fun.



File: 1487868148428.jpg (45.38 KB, 523x616, 13703979241….jpg)

 No.393[Reply]

Alright /co/, assemble your best team to beat this guy


File: 1487380271133.jpg (110.21 KB, 630x420, berger-dhc.jpg)

 No.360[Reply]

This is pretty big news!

>Karen Berger is launching a new line of creator-owned titles as part of Berger Books, a new imprint of Dark Horse Comics. Berger announced the news while accepting the Industry Appreciation Award at this year's annual ComicsPRO meeting in Memphis, Tennessee. No details were given on the creators or titles involved.


Although Surgeon X was shit (waaaay too British) the lady definitely knows how to select and edit unique stories, and she's played a huge role in some of the most appreciated comics/graphic novels to date.

Dark Horse had a strong year with interesting titles, but 2017 is off to a slow start. Looks like that might change.

 No.361

>>360

Yeah Dark Horse can only publish so many Hellboy or Aliens vs. X books

 No.362

>>361

Rise of the Black Flag was pretty good, but it ended introducing a character that I know nothing about, since I've never read Hellboy.

Lady Killer and Ether are both pretty damn good books.


>>360

That's awesome. She was on a podcast I listen to about a month ago talking about launching Vertigo and how much she enjoyed bringing adult stories to press. Something to watch for sure.



File: 1487120857825.png (188.87 KB, 265x259, 13620024627….png)

 No.338[Reply]

16 posts and 32 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.

 No.355

File: 1487170699356-0.jpg (341.62 KB, 1186x1800, 693129_c114….jpg)

File: 1487170699357-1.jpg (93.62 KB, 864x1311, 697322_dare….jpg)

>Daredevil #17

>Marvel: February 15, 2017 Writer: Charles Soule Art: Goran Sudzuka Cover: Dan Panosian


>Cover Price: $3.99 UPC: 75960608350301711 Diamond ID: DEC160999 GCIN: 965243


>NEW ARC! 'PURPLE' STARTS HERE! The question everyone has been asking? What price did Matt Murdock pay to make his identity secret again? And who got left behind in the process? Rated T+

 No.356

File: 1487170849510.jpg (60.84 KB, 400x600, sep151268.jpg)

>Vampirella #1969 Rare Hack B&W Ed

>With a timeless art style perfectly suited to this special celebration of Vampirella's long career, Robert Hack (of the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina fame) presents his exceptional ink wash art for this super-rare 'Black & White' variant edition!

 No.357

File: 1487267875391.jpg (128.01 KB, 564x803, admiral-ack….jpg)

Just got back from the store! My haul for the week:

>Super sons #1

>God Country #1 (2nd printing) and #2
>The Wild Storm #1
>Batwoman Rebirth #1
>Seven to Eternity vol. 1
>Future Quest vol. 1
>Batman The Golden Age vol. 1

 No.358

File: 1487275200592.png (522.95 KB, 1000x1163, comix.png)


 No.359

File: 1487285805460-0.jpg (868.47 KB, 2640x876, IMG_2017021….jpg)

File: 1487285805461-1.jpg (405.74 KB, 1000x764, 697297_heat….jpg)

File: 1487285805461-2.jpg (986.21 KB, 1800x1366, 697298_heat….jpg)

File: 1487285805461-3.jpg (220.23 KB, 988x1500, rockstars.jpg)

>>358

DC much?

Attached is my haul for this week. Mostly catching up with old releases, but somehow didn't pick up Mother Panic #1 & 2, which I know I meant to. I think I accidentally grabbed two issues of Jessica Jones, since I lost interest around issue #3 of it.


Not shown are a few new releases I have.

The Wild Storm #1
God Country #2
Rockstars #3


I also wanted to pick up Heathen #1, but I couldn't find it at any of my local shops unfortunately.
Post too long. Click here to view the full text.



File: 1486674597795.png (139.55 KB, 288x333, wot.png)

 No.331[Reply]

So the Sonic Comics by produced by Archiecomics are going on hiatus and there are talks of the series being taken down after over a decade of issues. Who else here /sad/?

 No.332

File: 1486679911198.png (44.41 KB, 178x153, sonic.png)

I've never read them. Are they as good as the cartoon?

There are 2 new Sonic games coming out this year, so I wouldn't imagine a very long hiatus.

 No.333

File: 1486680744230.jpg (143.26 KB, 495x750, sonic65.jpg)

I read them briefly when I was a kid in the early 90's, very formative to my future love of comics

Pic related is probably the first comic I ever bought

 No.336

File: 1486693798211.webm (2.61 MB, 1280x720, sanic.webm)




File: 1486423253525.jpg (645.25 KB, 1039x1600, 13680582873….jpg)

 No.314[Reply]

9 posts and 23 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.

 No.325

File: 1486490277868-0.jpg (78.25 KB, 654x1024, 697196_unwo….jpg)

File: 1486490277868-1.jpg (277.5 KB, 1186x1800, 693399_b66f….jpg)

File: 1486490277868-2.jpg (150.62 KB, 1187x1800, 693400_209d….jpg)

>Unworthy Thor #4

>Marvel: February 8, 2017 Writer: Jason Aaron Art: Olivier Coipel Cover: Olivier Coipel


>Cover Price: $3.99 UPC: 75960608624500411 Diamond ID: DEC160947 GCIN: 965590


>The Odinson's quest is impeded when Proxima Midnight and the Black Swan seek to battle with him! But are the two acting alone or is there someone else pulling their strings? Don't miss the debut of the Odinson's all-new look! Rated T+

 No.326

File: 1486595766719-0.jpg (116.3 KB, 1050x1594, fathom.jpg)

File: 1486595766719-1.jpg (170.14 KB, 1050x1575, sonja.jpg)

Picked up Dollface, Moonshine, and Motor Crush as listed by the poster above.

I also grabbed Red Sonja #2 and The Flash #16.

I'm giving Red Sonja a try even though I don't know how well the concept is going to play out. Red Sonja being transported to the modern world makes for some interesting situations, but not sure how long it will remain fresh before boiling down to making Sonja stupid or the events just too unbelievable.

I also wanted to get issue #1 of the newly relaunched Michael Turner's Fathom, but it wasn't at my comic book shop, so I will check the one near work tomorrow and see if I get better results.

 No.330

File: 1486661092684-0.jpg (Spoiler Image, 1.68 MB, 1987x3056, Red Sonja V….jpg)

File: 1486661092684-1.jpg (Spoiler Image, 1.65 MB, 1987x3056, Red Sonja V….jpg)

>>326

I'm enjoying the fan service

 No.334

>>330

Although those are nice images, they look a lot better on the glossy pages.

 No.335

File: 1486687795884.jpg (6.68 KB, 170x213, 13565583865….jpg)

>>334

Sounds good I'll wait for the trade



File: 1486422578024.jpg (231.43 KB, 600x900, Plastic01_C….jpg)

 No.312[Reply]

Coming in April from Image comics, this sounds quite unique.

>Retired serial killer Edwyn Stoffgruppen is in love with Virginia, a girl he “met online.” Her affection quiets his vile urges. Together, they tour the back roads of America in their LTD, eating doughnuts and enjoying their healthy appetites for each other. Life is good…until a Louisiana billionaire kidnaps Virginia, forcing Edwyn to kill again in exchange for her freedom. Oh, and did we mention that Virginia is a sex doll?


https://imagecomics.com/comics/releases/plastic-1

 No.313

File: 1486422819962.png (334.26 KB, 394x480, 13600302818….png)

>>312

>"This is the weirdest shit I've ever read. I love it." - Robert Kirkman

 No.327

I pre-ordered it. Seems weird enough I'm not sure how many issues with be shipped. Fingers crossed for an exotic trip.

 No.329

>>312
I don't even really read comics and I might order this. Very interesting concept



Delete Post [ ]
[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10]
| Catalog
[ an / co / v / t ] [ e / r / sp ] [ p / s ] [ All / Recent / RSS ] [ FAQ / IRC / Rules / Legal / News ] [ Twitter ] [ Mod ]