Tuesday Night Comics Episode 66 – Dave Returns! So many reviews! “Hug the bunnies!” Convergence is here…are we excited?...

Dave is back! Convergence is here! Are Billy and Dave excited? Listen and find out! Need more reasons to listen? The guys review a lot of comics, graphic novels and trade paperbacks this week, including The Multiversity: Ultra Comics #1, Uncanny Avengers Volume 5, Lady Killer #4, Pastaways #1, the first three volumes of Greg Rucka and Michael Lark’s Lazarus, Joshua Hale Fialkov’s The Bunker Volume 1, Fairest Volume 2 and more! If you take one thing from this week’s episode, always remember, “Hug the bunnies.” http://ia601504.us.archive.org/11/items/TuesdayNightComicsEpisode66/Tuesday%20Night%20Comics%20Episode%2066.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android |...

Image Comics Humble Bundle...

Image Comics is currently running a Humble Bundle sale to raise money for the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund. Pay what you want and receive DRM-free digital copies of East of West Vol. 1, Fatale Vol. 1, Lazarus Vol. 1 and Morning Glories Vol. 1.   If you donate more than the average donation amount ($9.62 at the time of this writing), you can also get Saga Vol. 1, Revival Vol. 1 and Chew Vol. 1. And if you’re feeling extra generous, donate $15 or more dollars to unlock all the above, plus The Walking Dead Vol.1 and the newly released The Walking Dead Vol. 20! That’s 48 comics in total for only 15 bucks!! This is way to get some truly excellent comics at a low price and help raise money for a worthy charity. Win-Win! Click here to head to the Image Humble Bundle Sale. UPDATE: Image has added more books to the Humble Bundle! If you donate above the average donation, you will also receive Saga Vol. 2 and Manhattan Projects Vol. 1!...

The Best Comics of 2013!...

2013 has come to an end, and it was a great year for comics! Here are our picks at Tuesday Night Movies for the best comics of 2013! Billy says: 1. Copra: I hopped on the Copra train late. I picked up the first Copra Compendium when issue #7 was on the stands. I devoured the first three issues and quickly ordered the rest of the series, rereading that first compendium over and over again until the issues arrived. It is a gorgeous comic, with sublime art and a great story. If you’re a fan of the Suicide Squad, forget the series that DC has on the stands right now and read Michel Fiffe’s Copra instead! 2. Hawkeye: If it wasn’t for Copra, my #1 comic of 2012 would have repeated in 2013. Matt Fraction and David Aja’s Hawkeye remains the best comic being published at Marvel. Heck, it’s the best comic produced anywhere but inside Michel Fiffe’s apartment. I wouldn’t be surprised to find this comic at the top of my Best Comics of 2014 list. 3. Battling Boy: I had never heard of Battling Boy before Nick told me about it just before NYCC. I’m glad he recommended it to me, because it is awesomesauce. This and Copra are superhero comics for those who want more from what they’re finding on the stands. Pope’s art is insanely kinetic. I’m really looking forward to the next chapter in the Battling Boy saga. 4. Young Avengers: I’m typing up this list the day before Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie’s excellent Young Avengers series comes to an end. It’s been a glorious 14 issues thus far. This comic has such a unique voice, and I’m very sorry to see it come to an end.  McKelvie’s line work is so beautiful and Gillen captures...