The Daily Rios 366: NCW & R’views

On October 24, 2016 by Peter

Comicbook recommendations for the week of October 19th; plus, first issue reviews of The Clone Conspiracy, Reborn and Electric Sublime! (51:24)

NOTES:

CAVE CARSON HAS A CYBNERNETIC EYE 1
www.dccomics.com/comics/cave-carson-has-a-cybernetic-eye-2016/cave-carson-has-a-cybernetic-eye-1

the LOTTERY
us.macmillan.com/books/9780809066506

LOVE & ROCKETS MAGAZINE 1
www.fantagraphics.com/lr4.1

SUPERGIRL by Peter David tpb vol.1
www.dccomics.com/graphic-novels/supergirl-book-one

VENUS tpb
shop.boom-studios.com/graphicnovels/detail/6910/venus-tp

WIREMAN COMICS
www.wiremancomics.com

Music: “Into the Cave We Wonder” by Gerard Way &┬áRay Toro

peter@thedailyrios.com

 


 

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Recommendations for the week of Oct.19th

 

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Is that you again, Amy?

 

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Hmmm…

 

Martin Morazzo pencils vs inks

Martin Morazzo pencils vs finished inks from Electric Sublime

 

2 Responses to “The Daily Rios 366: NCW & R’views”

  • LOVE & ROCKETS!

    That new first issue–from an admittedly biased fan of Los Bros Hernandez–was fantastic! This is actually a return to form(at) for L&R, as the first 50 issues were a magazine format, which explains, I think, why I was never able to find issues at my local comic shop, back in the day. I was aware of the series, because Alan Moore was a fan, and would peruse my LCS, which was a good one (sadly gone now) and doubtless carried the book, for copies but never found it. But I do know there were some shelves with oversized books on them, like the Will Eisner graphic novels, that I rarely looked through. I’ve thought, many times, that they must have been there, and I could have been reading this series long before I finally got the first, huge omnibus edition from Fantagraphics.

    (of course, I’ve also considered I could have just asked for it, but, for some reason, I never did).

    Thanks again for the show, Peter.

    -chris

    • Peter

      Chris! Now that you mention it, I can remember seeing Love & Rockets in the “adult” section at one of the comicshops I frequented as a kid called Hildebrand’s. It wasn’t my local shop – it was deeper in the city than where I lived – but I would stop there every now and then for missing issues, sales, etc. during the 80s. So I def understand your history with L&R.

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