Hope that you all had a Merry Christmas and are due for a Happy New Year as well! 2016 was one hell of a year seeing celebrities and other notable figures dropping like flies, with Star Wars Carrie Fisher
and her Hollywood icon mother, Debbie Reynolds
passing within a day of each being the saddest icing on the cake. We also ushered a deplorable moron into the Oval Office this year, a well-heeled billionaire who managed to convince hundreds of millions of simpletons into believing that he would magically fix their sorry little lives (even as he almost immediately began to do exactly the opposite
); and all of this nonsense was perpetrated under a campaign of heinous fear-mongering along with his pair-bonding with out and out racist neo-nazis; sheesh! What the religious right saw that made them also kiss his lying ass is something for saner historians to ruminate upon should we survive the administration of this asshole. On to other matters ......
There were not as many posts here this year as I may have preferred, but before we blow out the candles anyway, here are my personal selections for the very best pure comics experiences to be had in 2016. *You will note that in a couple of instances a single issue or two is all certain nominees fielded, but less is often more and virtually any of these issues are far superior to much of what stained the comic shop shelves from the major publishers otherwise
Velvet - Ed
Brubaker, Steve Epting and Elizabeth Breitweiser
Black Panther – Ta-Nehisi
Coates, Brian Stelfreeze, Chris Sprouse and Laura Martin
Love and Rockets –
The Hernandez Brothers
Black Hammer –
Jeff Lemire, Dean Ormston and Dave Stewart
Seven to Eternity
– Rick Remender and Jerome Opena
Black Science –
Rick Remender, Matteo Scalera and Moreno Dinisio
Once again I try a website to read about comics and the author feels the need demonstrate their simplistic thoughts on politics. One more sight I'll never visit again. Do everyone a favor and stick to comics - that's why people come here.
I decided to post your remark as everyone has a right to an opinion. Might wanna grow up at some point and accept that some might disagree with whatever yours happens to be. Is that "simplistic" enough for you?
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