Tyler’s Recommendation …Motor Girl #1
“Terry Moore has a new series, so if you know what’s good you’ll check this out. I’m a big fan Mr. Moore, so my excitement is high for this. The series is on the sci-fi spectrum, with aliens, a talking gorilla, and some G-men trying to ruin everything. Guaranteed to have gorgeous art and engaging characters, you should all give this one a chance!”
Boom! Studios has announced a new Power Rangers 2016 Anthology featuring work from series writer Kyle Higgins in addition to Rachel Rising & Strangers In Paradise creator Terry Moore, Chew co-creator Rob Guillory and more. Details at CBR
Nothing But Comics is about to hit our two year mark and in observance of the site’s anniversary, every Tuesday from now until we finish, one of our staff members will list off their favorite series, runs or issues of all time. This week it’s Tyler
Josh’s Recommendations:Island #1
PRETTY DEADLY artist EMMA RIOS and KING CITY, PROPHET, and MULTIPLE WARHEADS writer/artist BRANDON GRAHAM bring you a new ONGOING COMICS MAGAZINE. Each issue holds three issue-length chapters of new work from various creators around the globe. PRINTED OVER-SIZED WITH NO ADS!
“Image creators running wild on an over-sized anthology? Why haven’t we begged for this before? This sounds like the best $7.99 you could spend this year on comics.”
This week at the Banana Stand I wanted to spotlight a creator who I think every comic fan should know about and support. Artist/writer Terry Moore is important to comics; not just because he has written some of the absolute greatest characters in the medium, or because his art is–even objectively–some of the best put to page, but because he has managed to have a successful career on his own terms and without the help(read: control) of a major publisher. There are very few self publishers around today who achieve the level of notoriety that Moore has; Jeff Smith and Dave Sim are probably the only others. So join me in this discussion of why I think Moore’s work is important, and why you should be running out and buying anything he does. Continue reading Terry Moore: A Modern Master→