Sometimes there are interesting trends among the submissions I receive. (Ya know, besides cute chicks reading Watchmen. I get it. You LOVE Watchmen.)
Holly wrote to say how much she was enjoying Horrible Little People. The very next day, Matt noted, “It’s a great read, especially when naked.”
I’m going to assume Matt was, quite literally, a hot nerd.
Nothing is going to distract this guy from reading Kramers Ergot #7. Nothing.
Thomas complains, “Unfortunately, amazon.de doesn’t have subspace delivery either.”
Thanks for saving me the trouble of having to come up with a clever caption, dude!
There’s a lot of great things you could say about writer Kieron Gillen. But what I’m going to say about him is that he’s a damn fine dresser.
When I turned around to take a photo of the other (not nearly as debonair) half of the Phonogram team, Jamie McKelvie, he had disappeared. Want a picture of him? Perhaps you should write to him and let him know!
Jim Mahfood is an amazing artist. Even if you’ve never read any of his comics or been to any of his live art performances, you can see his talent just by looking at the incredible painting behind him in this picture.
But I’m pretty sure the best thing he’s ever done is about to go on sale in September … because Mahfood is making Kickpuncher a reality! I haven’t been this excited since Archie Meets the Punisher.
Two dashing Dennys: our hot nerd reader, and the Spirit, Denny Colt, as seen here in Darwyn Cooke’s run.
Just keep enjoying those comics, Denny, and pretend that movie never happened.
Today I give you … hot nerd brothers: Boone and Cheetah Platt, two-thirds of the amazing singing, dancing, acrobatic Platt Brothers, as seen on America’s Got Talent and the Cirque du Soleil Kinect event.
I know what you’re thinking: “Those guys aren’t really nerds! You just posed them with some comics!” But trust me. I’ve seen them LARP.
This Independence Day, before you go and do something stupid and end up like Arsenal or Aquaman, please follow Paden’s example and listen to the little Nova on your shoulder.
Have a fun and safe holiday, everyone!
Erik, you look confused. Let me explain.
Once upon a time, in a magical realm known as the nineties, lots of people published their own books. And thus, wacky comics like SCUD were born.
And imagine this: there was even more than one comic book distributor! It’s not just a fairy tale, kids!