Every week, iFanboy talks comics. This video show brings you the world of comic books through the eyes of iFanboy hosts Josh, Ron, and Conor. Whether you want to see what's going on at some of the biggest comic book conventions, or you're not sure what comics you should be reading, iFanboy covers a... Read More
I See A Darkness is the graphic novel all about one of iFanboy's all time favorite musicians, Johnny Cash. A few tips on being a critical comic book reader: whether a book is good or bad is often based on good or bad storytelling. You'll find out exactly that means. Plus: feast your eyes on some original comic book art!
One of the iFanboy collective's all time favorite musicians was Johnny Cash, so when the graphic novel Johnny Cash: I See A Darkness by Reinhard Kleist was translated from it's original German version to English, Conor jumped at the chance to read it. How does it measure up against other books and movies about the Man in Black?
Good comic books and bad comic books are often separated by good or bad storytelling. What does that mean exactly? Josh explains with some examples from Hellboy, The Spirit, Scalped, Northlanders and Detective Comics.
Comics collecting doesn't stop at the books themselves as some like to collect the original art that helps to make the comic books. Ron shares some of the original art he acquired in 2009 from books and artists like Mitch Breitweiser and Uncanny X-Men, Mike Norton and Green Arrow/Black Canary, Jeff Lemire and his graphic novel The Nobody and Jamie McKelvie and Phonogram.
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Pick of the Week! DAREDEVIL #26 by @MarkWaid @ChrisSamnee "is [a] damn near perfect single issue comic book." http://t.co/mdczylj07o
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@KidmanMakino We actually have no plans to review it at all!
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Jack Kirby's grandson is Kickstarting a book about Jack Kirby. http://t.co/1WfMVtIMjg
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On The Increasing Complexity of Origin Stories http://t.co/aOcGX1s18v
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DC Histories: The DC Challenge http://t.co/oQzO964piY