There were a lot of exciting announcements that came out at NYCC this weekend including the new Peggy Carter mini, “Operation S.I.N.” with Rich Ellis, edited by Jon Moisan. There have been some very minor rumblings about it being a tie-in but I can 100% unequivocally guarantee that you don’t need to have read “Original Sin” to get on board with Peg and the gang.
edited to add: this sounds inelegant at best, ungrateful at worst, because, dudes, without OS, there would be no Woodrow McCord and there would be no OpS. Shutting up now… just go read some comics for $^#’S SAKE. Or not. It’s Monday, I have no idea what you lot are having to get up to.
Crow Crag Upgrade: Office Edition.
50 calibre yardstick holder, courtesy of Surgeon Commander G.R. Kuder.
3 in MK 7 50 cal 77mm LOT 107 D.A. 1955
So, the dog goes to naked dog camp and gets 117 likes…. this is approximately 100 more than most of our comic posts. There’s a lesson here somewhere.
Also, sorry about your boy parts, Fuji.
I like to think there’s a world where Kathryn Immonen’s still writing awesome Sif comics, with Sif on some crazy queer Asgardian road trip with the new female Thor. It’s a world where Ant-Man, Medusa, She-Hulk and Ms. Thing are still a team.
Are you trying to make me weepy? Because it’s been a week, let me tell you.
Moving Pictures by Kathryn & Stuart Immonen from Top Shelf.
"This elegant and evocative historical graphic novel explores the personal relationships involved in protecting internationally recognized works of fine art during the Nazi occupation of Paris … the storytelling and the characters are as sober as the crisp, heavy black-and-white of its images … Deftly told, the whole story resonates long after its appropriately ambiguous final pages." — Booklist
I’ve always felt this work deserved more attention.
Look. We know you’re here for the comics but we’re having a morning and, honestly, the yeti helps. Via
Operation Crossroads: Atomic hijinks to get you through to the end of your work day.