Over the years, comic books have changed. The graphics have gotten bolder and some have gotten darker. I say this as I spent time looking through a copy of writer Frank Tieri and artist Oleg Okunev comic book Pestilence.
This brought about a discussion with the husband about stopping the zombie outbreak. Another time he just shook his head, as I smirked.
So what are some of my favorite comics?
Well for Marvel, I am pretty big on Spider-Man. As Peter Parker, he is a person I can relate to. Plus, I like his genius-level intellect and his super cool powers.
X-Men and WOLVERINE in general. I appreciate his regenerative abilities. I also appreciate that Hugh Jackman played this character for 17 years. And next to Wolverine, I like Rogue. I feel sympathetic to her character draining the life force from anyone she touches.
For Sci-Fi Fantasy, I'm huge on Star Trek. When my husband gets in one of his moods I just call him James T. (All Star Trek fans know the T. is short for Tiberius.) Then I jokingly remind him to boldly go where no one has gone before.
For Fine Art, I'm impressed with the Dark Knight Saves Gotham City 10"x14" Gallery Wrapped Canvas Thomas Kinkade Studios, as I appreciate the detailing on the building.
For action figures, I like Marvel's Black Panther Fine Art Statue by Kotobukiya. The statue alone is cool. But it also has an awesome ancient panther base that is overgrown with foliage.
I am a pretty big fan of graphic novels too as they draw more fans to literature. Below are some of my recent comic and graphic novel reads. Click on the title to link to the review.
Author Spotlight on Jamison Stone who wrote The Last Amazon with David Granjo, co-creator and illustrator