Creative Team: Tatsuya Ishida Comic Review: Sinfest (with Song of Bomf!
) DC Comics (pre-Vertigo) Stanley and His Monster is the story of a boy and his not so imaginary friend.
It tells the story of Steven, an autumn child who finds a hidden theater and discovers the showman is not all that he seems.
Creative Team: Chris Hazelton Dark Horse Comics (originally Midnight Graffiti) It is hard to describe this story without spoiling it – but if you look closely it tells the tale of two murders while also serving as a great illustration of the Wordbound mindset. Craig Russell Vertigo Comics Preacher Jesse Cluster is possessed by Genesis, a spirit that is equal parts angel and demon.
It gives him the power to command any who understand his words.
Leona, a girl with no past must uncover the key to a place no living being has ever been, and secure humanity's place in the struggle to unlock the secrets of the universe itself.
Her only clue is the mysterious woman known only as "Alsatia".
That’s what happens when your ship picks the captain for you.
Now Zap must find a way to prove he’s captain material while dealing with his faulty memory, his weird psychic powers, a crew that doesn't accept him, and clothes that don't fit. If you thought college was hell, wait till you meet your roommates!An epic adventure with clueless rich kids (ahem, young gentleman), space pirates, robot butlers, ancient artifacts (because there's ALWAYS an artifact AND a legend), and half-mad, nigh-psychotic space sheep. Johnny Saturn is the tale of a hard-bitten mystery man and his mission to hunt down and foil the plots of master terrorist, Dr. This drama is post-modern superhero crime noir at its grittiest!The crew of the Excelsior just got stuck with the worst captain in the universe.Along the way he deals with gods and angels, scheming siblings, and the chaotic whims of humanity.Original Creative Team: Neil Gaiman, Sam Keith Read Webcomic A delightful, episodic, slice-of-life comic with an ensemble cast set in a town where god and the devil actively meddle in the affairs of their neighbors.It isn’t until the second volume, when Phil Foglio took over, that we learn the Monster is really a demon kicked out of hell for being too nice.