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Greenlight Comics Best Selling Graphic Novels of 2019 January 2, 2020 – Posted in: Uncategorized

You want stats? we got em! Here is a list of our best selling graphic novels of 2019. This is a great list to start a reading list from. TV and films have had a big influence in sales this year revitalising a bunch of older series. Also web artists have worked on a bunch or graphic novels this year and their fans have gone nuts for it. 1. Saga Vol 01 2. Nimona 3.…

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Greenlight’s 2019 Best Graphic Novels December 22, 2019 – Posted in: Uncategorized

The end of the year is fast approaching and we felt it’s time to do a Best Of The Year List. Each on of the Greenlight Comics family chose their two favorite graphic novels of the year. Outer Darkness Vol 01 – Dan’s Pick Sci-fi and horror collide! join Captain Joshua Rigg and his crew of the Starship Charon as they encounter demonic possessions, haunting and cosmic horror. With crew department like Exorcists and Battle…

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My Lesbian Experience with Loneliness – A Recommendation by Nicholas Finch May 21, 2019 – Posted in: Uncategorized

    My Lesbian Experience with Loneliness makes me want a hug. That’s certainly not because I’m the kind of person who takes any excuse for a hug, despite all claims to the contrary from lecherous charlatans or so-called “best friends”. I want a hug because, despite this book’s cartoonish appearance, it pulls no god damn punches. Written and illustrated by Nagata Kabi, this manga is an autobiographical journey through the author’s experiences with unemployment, depression, chronic…

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Mister Miracle – A Recommendation By Nicholas Finch February 20, 2019 – Posted in: Uncategorized

Mister Miracle is an interesting beast. It’s almost strange to do a review of it now, at the time of its physical release as a complete graphic novel – rave reviews were already being plastered on the cover of issue #1 before it was even released. The story is published by DC Comics, written by Tom King, former CIA officer turned writer, and illustrated by Mitch Gerads, a man who I entirely suspect is being…

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Wytches Vol 01 and Wytches: Bad Egg Halloween Special – A Recommendation By Nicholas Finch November 16, 2018 – Posted in: Uncategorized

To say that I am a fan of Scott Snyder would be an understatement. As with most teenage boys with a passing knowledge of comic books, Batman was my gateway to the rest of the medium. There are a lot of essays about how the depth of Batman is what makes him so compelling, but if we’re being honest, the main appeal of the character is that he looks cool, and that he managed to…

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Barrier by Brain K Vaughan. Reviewed by Nicholas Finch. October 8, 2018 – Posted in: Uncategorized

Barrier – A Recommendation By Nicholas Finch Read Barrier. …Oh, I guess I should probably say why. Okay, but the first sentence should be the main takeaway here. If you end up reading this comic, then I don’t particularly mind if my supplementary comments weren’t necessary. But if you would like to be convinced, I can do that too! I’ve often felt that the perception of comic books has always resided in somewhat of a…

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52 review November 24, 2017 – Posted in: Uncategorized

If you’re at all familiar with the DC comics landscape of the last decade, the number 52 will have some meaning to you. With a little research, you’ll eventually end up discovering the eponymous 2006-2007 limited series. On paper 52 seems like madness. The plan was simple: DC would bring together five of the best creators in the business and they would publish a weekly coming for one year. It was an audacious plan and…

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The Omega Men (2015) review November 16, 2017 – Posted in: Uncategorized

 In media res literally means “into the middle of things” and is a narrative device wherein the reader is dropped right into the middle of the story. The structure, while far from uncommon in the comic medium, is inherently risky. By forgoing story build-up the story has to grab the reader instantly, or they will simply lose interest. With the Omega Men, Tom King (currently helming a fantastic run on Batman) with help on art…

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Planet Hulk review June 19, 2017 – Posted in: Uncategorized

“Hulk Smash”, “Puny human, leave Hulk alone” essentially summed up the Hulk until Peter David merged the intellect of Bruce Banner and the power of the green goliath. Planet Hulk, though takes this quintessential characteristic of powerful monster who wants to be left alone and clearly casts him as the hero.

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