I think there should be more Christmas themed horror comics. What’s better than seeing an unspoiled field of snow suddenly drenched red? Or green if you’re going with “kid friendly alien/robot blood.” Clearly someone got the memo this year because in addition to the brilliant “The Deviant,” the various horror anthologies are getting in on […]
The Webcomics Weekly is back in your life. The end of the year is looming. The weather is getting cold (at least in the Northern Hemisphere.) Day are short, nights are long, and it feels like the dead are closer than ever, which means it’s the perfect time to take a trip to gloomy Thantopolis! […]
Libraries are one of my favorite places in the world. Without them, I don’t think I would be nearly as well read as I am. Well, without them and the used book section of my local Barnes & Noble. $1 paperbacks. Can’t beat that unless you’re free. Speaking of free, that’s where your local library […]
Elias convinced Jaina that we needed to do this book. Does she regret agreeing? Only time, and this episode, will tell. What did we read? "Look Out for the Little Guy!" aka the in-universe Scott Lang memoir that was actually written in ours by Rob Kutner.
Diamond solicits continues to be an absolute nightmare for manga as people put up books coming out in January, February, March, April, May, AND June 2024. I give up. These are the ones that caught my eye. Hopefully you remember they exist in three to eight months' time.
You and I are the same, detective. No matter how they may try to erase it, the memory never completely fades. The scar from that self-inflicted wound will still be there. You feel that old itch, don't you? Give it a scratch. You'll remember hatred in no time, detective.
Welcome / to the Webcomics Weekly. / Where words fly / and poetry rhymes / at least it would if I was better. / You see, a review in meter / would certainly be neater / for a webcomic full of poetry. / A comic that fulfilled its mission, / and has a poetic ear […]