Personally, I liked working for the university! They gave us money and comics. We didn’t have to produce anything. You’ve never been out of college. You don’t know what it’s like out there! I’ve worked in the private sector… they expect results!
Josh says try…
By Chris Schweizer
The third beautiful hardcover in Chris Schweizer’s ongoing series of the trials of the Crogan family is upon us. In addition to some of the best lettering out there (that’s my thing, I’m sorry), the story is awash in history, both researched and imagined. In this installment, two Crogan brothers find themselves on different sides of the American Revolutionary War. Granted, we know how the war turns out, but the real meat of this family drama is in the relationships, and the wonderful cartooning.
Ron says try…
By Peter David & Leonard Kirk
Do my eye deceive me? Is there a major crossover going on that involves the X-Men and somehow X-Factor IS NOT tying into it? What a shocker! Regardless, X-Factor quietly continues to be one of the most consistent books published by Marvel, and not just of the X-Books, but all titles. Now that Havok and Polaris have rejoined the team, it’s a good time for an X-Factor fan. And what’s this? The upper left corner of the cover features characters heads? This truly is a day to celebrate.
Conor says try…
By Ed Brubaker & Warren Pleece
Back in 2000 when we first started putting iFanboy together Deadenders was a very important book for us. Over the last 12 years there have been a lot of great books that we have loved that have been canceled because apparently no one else read them. Deadenders was the first cancellation that Josh, Ron and I experienced together. Josh took the end of this Ed Brubaker written and Warren Pleece drawn sci-fi adventure especially hard. I’m really excited for this trade paperback because for the first time all 16 issues (and the Vertigo: Winter’s Edge issue that featured a Deadenders story) are collected together.