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Challenge 2: Day 81: Barb Wire #1 (1994)

COMIC TITLE: Barb Wire #1 (1994)
Lee Moder– Artist
John Arcudi– Writer
April 1994
Dark Horse Comics

It has been a little bit since the last time we did a Throwback Thursday edition of the challenge and I wanted to get back into it with some important events looming ahead. 418 more words

Review

Comic Reviews: Rumble and Monstro Mechanica!

COMIC REVIEWS!

Rumble #1 (Image Comics)

After a pretty lengthy hiatus, Rumble is back. And while I’d like to say that the John Arcudi and James Harren series returns with a vengeance, that’s not exactly the case. 732 more words

Comic Reviews

Episode 143 - A Conversation with John Arcudi

http://media.blubrry.com/podcasts_heck_yeah_comics/archive.org/download/Episode143AConversationWithJohnArcudi/Episode_143-A_Conversation_With_John_Arcudi.mp3

Welcome to another episode of the Heck Yeah Comics! Podcast. This week, we’re posting a special episode where David talks to John Arcudi about Rumble and so much more!

Podcasts

Abe Sapien: Dark and Terrible (Hard Cover) Volume 1

On the run from the BPRD, a newly mutated Abe Sapien-more inhuman than before-travels across a United States transformed and overrun by monsters. Abe’s search for the truth about himself-or his race away from his fate-mirrors the quest of an ancient necromancer to seize control of a world literally going to hell. 32 more words

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Short Cuts 24: Descender, Vol. 3 - Singularities; The Sheriff of Babylon, Vol. 2 - Pow. Pow. Pow.; Monstress Vol. 2 - The Blood; Lobster Johnson, Vol. 4 - Get the Lobster

Descender, Vol. 3: Singularities
Jeff Lemire, writer; Dustin Nguyen, artist
Image Comics, 2016

This collection picks up at the fight between the two android Tims, the cliffhanger that concluded the previous volume. 628 more words

Vertigo Comics

Dead Inside 5 (May 2017)

Arcudi brings Dead Inside to a rather unsatisfactory conclusion. He’s got a big reveal for the mystery, he’s got a resolution for the ongoing prison riot; neither come off well, especially not when he ties them together so absurdly. 58 more words

Dark Horse