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Superman: American Alien #3

Written by Max Landis
Drawn by Joelle Jones
Published by DC Comics

PREVIOUSLY: Superman: American Alien #2

After last issues’ somber tone, Max Landis lightens things up with this issue. 303 more words


The salvation of comics lays with the independents (and new business models)

The last couple of years have driven me, full tilt ahead, unapologetically, towards smaller publishers, what are considered “independents”.

In other words, I end up staying away from the big two. 383 more words

Comments On The Industry

Four Reasons To Read Lady Killer (Dark Horse Comics)

Lady Killer busted onto the scene earlier this year and took the comic book world by storm with it’s lovable, but deadly lead character Josie Schuller who doubles as the perfect mid-century housewife and master hitman who is torn between two worlds. 611 more words


Review Brew: Superman: American Alien #3

Writer- Max Landis

Artist- Joelle Jones

If you have ever seen one of screenwriter Max Landis’ popular videos breaking down how he would write stories for comic characters, you know this is a guy with a big imagination and a love for superheroes, DC Comics in particular. 543 more words

Comic News

Reading diary, #20

A new year, more books read (some of which are actually from the Christmas holiday, but never mind).

The Uninvited, Liz Jensen (2012). I am a Liz Jensen fan, although I don’t make as much of an effort to read her books as I should do. 1,430 more words


Review: Superman: American Alien #3

Writer: Max Landis

Artist: Joëlle Jones

Colorist: Rico Renzi


After some recent relationship issue with Lana, Clark leaves Smallville and crash lands in the middle of nowhere. 461 more words


Review: Superman: American Alien #3

When his plane crash-lands in the middle of the ocean, 21-year-old Clark Kent finds himself at a raging party on a massive yacht and is mistaken for the guest of honor: billionaire playboy Bruce Wayne! 376 more words