We’re Thankful For…Comics!

Each and every day of this coming week, we’re going to be telling you what we’re thankful for! We work hard every day to bring you geeky reviews and as we do that, we find our favorites…the ones we are truly thankful for coming across our desks, in our inboxes, at the theatres and everywhere that geeky things tend to sneak into our lives.

Each day will have a different theme and hopefully will introduce you to some awesome that you might have missed as well as us showing our thanks for the amazing creators that are out there.

Now, let’s be honest…even with as many things as we cover, comics are the one thing that brought us all together. It shouldn’t come as any surprise then that our last days of thankfulness are all about just how thankful we are for the amazing people who create them. We’ve covered some of our favorite artists, our favorite writers and now we’re going tell you about our favorite comics. We know that it sometimes takes a small army to get a comic to print, but no matter if it’s a one man/woman job or a full team, we love that we have the opportunities to read what is created. For our artists lists, we turned to all of our comic reviewers and a whole bunch of them came through! So, we’ll be breaking this down into two posts… For today, we have Brian, Tim, Nikolas, and Nathan bringing you the comics that they’re the most Thankful for this year!

Brian:

1. Princeless
2. Zombie Tramp
3. Heart in a Box
4. The Dark Crystal: Creation Myths
5. Fiction Squad

Tim:

1. Axcend
2. Wayward
3. Surface Tension
4. Family Pets
5. The Witcher: Fox Children

Nikolas:

1.    Red Sonja
2.    Rebels
3.    Uniques
4.    Tales of Mr. Rhee
5.    We Stand On Guard

Nathan:

1.    Apes N’ Capes 
2.    The Realist
3.    The Tithe 
4.    Postal 
5.   Genius 

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