Tag Archive: Miniature Jesus

Jul 03 2013

Best Comics of 2013…so far

With so many comics coming out every month, it’s hard to know what to choose. Some of them we read because we love the characters, others because they are essential to the canon. Then there’s those handful of titles that stand out as the best of the best. This isn’t meant to be a comprehensive …

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Jun 30 2013

Cover Story: Best Comic Book Covers of June 2013

Each month, hundreds of comics are released to stores for the hungry masses of fans around the world. To stand out on the shelves, you have to put the great art up front. You can judge a book by its cover. Welcome back to our continuing monthly column, where the covers tell a story of their …

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Jun 01 2013

Cover Story: Best Comic Book Covers of May 2013

Each month, hundreds of comics are released to stores for the hungry masses of fans around the world. To stand out on the shelves, you have to put the great art up front. You can judge a book by its cover. Welcome back to our continuing monthly column, where the covers tell a story of their …

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May 26 2013

Graphic Bits Reviews: Five Ghosts #3, Miniature Jesus #2, Occupy Comics #1 and Sex #3

Don’t have time for full reviews of comics? Then check out Graphic Bits: bite sized chunks of comic book goodness designed to get behind the panels and into your hearts. This week (22 May 2013) is so big that we’ve gone into a second column! For the other one, see here, you! First up, we check out Five …

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May 01 2013

Cover Story: Best Comic Book Covers of April 2013

Each month, hundreds of comics are released to stores for the hungry masses of fans around the world. To stand out on the shelves, you have to put the great art up front. You can judge a book by its cover. Welcome back to our continuing monthly column, where the covers tell a story of their …

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Apr 18 2013

Review: Miniature Jesus #1

Miniature Jesus #1 of 5 (2013) Image Comics Writer/Artist: Ted McKeever Rating: ★★★★★ An overwhelming debut takes us inside a mind of darkness, and is quite content to let us lay there for a time.  Opening with the subtly beautiful language of Walt Whitman, renaissance man Ted McKeever raises the bar for comics a little this …

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