I didn’t promise anybody anything. What do I know about comics, anyway? Just a dream I got from sitting through too many comic books. So why did you leave the swamp in the first place? ’Cause some agent fella said I had talent. He probably says that to everybody. On the other hand, if you hadn’t left the swamp, you’d be feeling pretty miserable anyhow. Yeah. But then it would just be me feeling miserable. Now I got a lady pig, and a bear and a chicken, a dog, a thing, whatever Josh is. He’s a little like a turkey. Mmm – Yeah. A little like a turkey, but not much. No I guess not. Anyhow, I brought them all out here to the middle of nowhere, and it’s all my fault. Still, whether you promised them something or not, you gotta remember – they wanted to come. But… that’s because they believed in me. No, they believed in the dream. Well, so do I but… You do? Yeah! Of course I do. Well then? Well then… I guess I was wrong when I said I never promised anyone. I promised me.
Ron says try…
By Fred Van Lente & Clayton Henry
As the Valiant relaunch has rolled on this summer, this has been one the book I’ve been waiting for. I can’t even tell you why. I read some of the Valiant titles back in the early 90s and for some reason Archer & Armstrong was the one that always stuck with me. Regardless, Fred Van Lente is solid and I’m fairly certain this will be a book to enjoy.
Josh says try…
By James Stokoe
He’s going without gronch, but with Godzilla. If you’ve been hankering for more Orc Stain, this is the next best thing, as creator James Stokoe lets his madness loose like Godzilla in Tokyo. Actually, it’s exactly like that. On the other hand, if you’re a big Godzilla fan, and who isn’t (I’m not actually), then this is probably about as good as it’s going to get in comics. Me, I’m just in it for the wonderful comic book drawing, and I can’t wait to feast my eyes on more of that wonderful art.
Conor says try…
By Dan Didio, Keith Giffen, Scott Kolins, & Scott Koblish
Collecting the entire run of the only canceled series from The New 52 that eye truly miss, O.M.A.C., Vol. 1 is high adventure, zany Kirby inspired comics at its finest. You probably missed the boat the first time–don’t feel bad, eye didn’t truly understand the book until eye re-read the first issue–so now’s your chance to rectify that mistake and revel in the adventures of O.M.A.C.! He’s a hulking brute who just wants to be left alone but who gets caught up in the machinations of Maxwell Lord and Cadmus and Checkmate, and of course, Brother Eye.