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Snapshots: The Wicked + The Divine by Kieron Gillen, Jamie McKelvie (Illustrations), Matt Wilson (Colorist), Clayton Cowles

Published by Image Comics. Available both in single issue editions and as volumes with collected issues.

Every ninety years, twelve gods incarnate as humans. They are loved.

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Comics

The Wicked + The Divine #11 (and a little bit of #12)

The Wicked + The Divine #11 (June 2015)
Kieron Gillen (Author), Jamie McKelvie (Illustrator), Matthew Wilson (Illustrator), Clayton Cowles (Illustrator)
Image Comics

Summary

The second volume of the award-winning urban fantasy series where gods are the ultimate pop stars and pop stars are the ultimate gods. 512 more words

Literature

I'm back!

For anybody who’s been following this blog: Sorry! It’s been a while since I’ve done any reviews. I was super busy with school work and then other stuff came up over the summer (I won’t bore you with the details). 112 more words

Literature

Review Brew: Phonogram: The Immaterial Girl #1

Writer: Kieron Gillen

Artist: Jamie McKelvie

Colorist: Matthew Wilson

Backup Artists: Sarah Gordon, Clayton Cowles, and Kelly Fitzpatrick

After books like Wicked and The Divine and Young Avengers, when I hear that Gillen and McKelvie are working on a book together, I make space for it in my reading. 636 more words

Comic News

Review: Phonogram: The Immaterial Girl #1

Everyone who loves music needs to buy Phonogram. Even if the music you love isn’t Brit Pop.

The central conceit of Phonogram is that music actually IS magic. 323 more words

Comics

Zero 18

Today, Drew and Patrick are discussing Zero 18, originally released July 1st, 2015.

Drew: I don’t love fetishizing endings. I resent the idea that the final moments of a work of art are somehow more important than all of the other moments that came before. 1,580 more words

Alternating Current

Review: Marvel Zombies Issue 1

Written by Simon Spurrier

Art by Kev Walker

Colours by Frank D’Armata

Lettering & Production by VC’s Clayton Cowles

Cover by Ken Lashley & Paul Mounts… 561 more words

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