Tucker wonders why he’s still reading superhero comics.
Reviews of Lone Wolf and Cub, Paul Pope, Kick-Ass 3, Prophet, and Optic Nerve.
Back to the rock pile of commercial genre comics, with a hammer.
Tucker reviews the latest comics, and Abhay experiments with Valiant fan fiction.
Back from the country, feeling mellow.
This is just a tribute.
Tucker takes on Abe Sapien, Michael DeForge, and Daredevil.
Tucker gets a letter and takes a new professional direction.
The last time we visited with you was April 5th. So: what’s happened since then?
Comics vs. Mexican television.
Abhay on the Uncanny Avengers “m-word” controversy, and Tucker on three recent comics.
Tucker and Abhay return!
Can mainstream comics hire the Green River Killer? Is the Green River Killer willing to demean himself by working for Marvel or DC?
From the To Read stack, plus Abhay Khosla on DC WTF?!
Reviews, straight up.
Image Comics: The Movie
The John Byrne comic that nearly broke this column’s back.
The comics of 2013 are off to an … excellent start.
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 blesses us with access to new talent, but it can’t create new talent, and the… Read more »
Tucker on the controversial Spider-Man 700, and Abhay Khosla on the end of the year news.
Tucker on the perfect comic, and Abhay on Karen Berger’s departure.
Tucker Stone actually likes a lot of comics this week, and Abhay Khosla takes sides in the Alan Moore/Grant Morrison “feud.”
Whoa, things get intense. Tony Harris, 2000 AD, and lots of anger.