Light Week? Try Dorothy and the Wizard In Oz #1, Rachel Rising #2, and American Vampire #19

While the idea of a light week has become sort of a distant memory and joke that keeps getting less funny, persevere we must. Josh says try…

Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz #1

By Eric Shanower, Skottie Young, Jean-Francois Beaulieu, and Jeff Eckleberry

It’s getting to be sort of impressive now, isn’t it? Many Eisners, a hell of a lot of books sold, and they keep rolling on. What Marvel’s doing publishing this, I don’t know, but I’ll take it. The simple fact is, every page of this story has been a delight to read and savor, and there’s still more. I expect more of the same, and by same I mean best, from this fourth chapter of Oz.

Ron says try…

Rachel Rising #2

By Terry Moore

Just because you missed the first issue doesn’t mean it’s too late to jump on board! Terry Moore is one of the few creators out there who has a near perfect record, with Strangers In Paradise and Echo before this, there is no reason not to be excited for Moore’s attempt at chilling thriller comics with Rachel Rising. ┬áPick up this issue, go seek out issue #1 and thank me later on after enjoying a fantastic indie comic book that ships on schedule.

Conor says try…

American Vampire #19

By Scott Snyder & Jordi Bernet

After the shocking events of last month’s issue, we take a trip backwards to tell a story from Skinner Sweet’s past. Sounds great already, right? Well on top of that we’ve got artist extraordinaire Jordi Bernet of Jonah Hex along to draw the story. Giddyup, pardner!

Comments

  1. Just one comment:

    “LIGHT WEEK”?!?!?!?!

    Has there been a “light week” this month?!?!

    In all seriousness, though, thank you for reminding me to go and order the trades for Ozma of Oz, Echo and American Vampire…

  2. wow, the art on all of them are awesome. i really like the Wizard of Oz book looks