Welcome to Pulp Nation’s The Weekly Comet for the week of September 11, 2018.
Age of Bronze
Andie is reading through the full-colour version Eric Shanower’s Age of Bronze and is absolutely loving it.
As the daughter of a historian, she is amazed at the historical and archaeological accuracy. Put it this way, she would consider using Age of Bronze as a teaching tool.
It’s just that good. She asked me, “Are all comics like this?”
“No,” I said, “some are even better!”
Keep an eye out for her review coming soon!
Finding unexpected gems is the best thing about reading comics.
I try and not to pay too much attention to hype surrounding new and upcoming comics. I don’t want to buy into the hype only to be disappointed.
MCMLXXV #1 is one such book I didn’t realize was coming down the pipe. It’s a great read that came unexpectedly and you’ve got to read it.
It’s a refreshing and unique tale about a hero that people, actual people can relate to.
Well, except for the enchanted tire iron, I suppose.
Related Article: MCMLXXV #1 – A Review
Green Monk: Blood of the Martyrs
Yes, I mentioned this last week, and I’ll probably mention it next week and the week after that—its release week, but this book is a can’t miss.
Green Monk: Blood of the Martyrs is an amazing book. I don’t think I’m overstating it when I saw this could be one of the best books of the year!
Well done, Brandon Dayton.
Farmhand by Rob Guillory is another fantastic series and issue #3 hits store shelves tomorrow!
If you haven’t been following the tale of the Jenkins family, you should do yourself a favour and read this book!
Family intrigue, espionage (government and corporate), human limb gardens, and scalp bushes; it’s got everything your creepy little heart desires!
Nation, what’s good? What has you excited? Tell us!