Author Archives: Tucker Stone

The 19 Best Comics of 2012

2012: there weren’t a lot of great comics, but there were a few, and there were quite a lot of really good comics. Very, very few of them came out of left field, which is to be expected–the internet certainly … Continue reading

 

We’re All Sorry About The Choices You Made, But I Still Need Fries

Tucker on the controversial Spider-Man 700, and Abhay Khosla on the end of the year news. Continue reading

 

I JUST MET YOU AND AM AWARE THAT THIS IS CRAZY

Tucker on the perfect comic, and Abhay on Karen Berger’s departure. Continue reading

 

Things Don’t Look So Bright And Chummy Round Here

Tucker Stone actually likes a lot of comics this week, and Abhay Khosla takes sides in the Alan Moore/Grant Morrison “feud.” Continue reading

 

Fresh Flesh For The Fleshrender

Whoa, things get intense. Tony Harris, 2000 AD, and lots of anger. Continue reading

 

Now We Know The Price Tag On Your Esteem

The opinions you’ve been waiting for on Lucas, brainwashing, and Marc Silvestri. Continue reading

 

“Success In Market Terms Justifies and Validates Anything, Replacing All Theories”

Streamlined comics reviews: Julia Wertz, Osamu Tezuka, Punisher, Iron Man, Hulk. Continue reading

 

A Horse, A Horse, My Kingdom For A Horse, Please Make It A Horse That I Can Have Sex With

A look back at the Pogo Riot of 1952—plus a bunch of lousy comics. Continue reading