JoT #2474: The ads are snitching on us!

Don't judge me by my feed! SOURCE: The Joy of Tech - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]

Reviews: Three Rooms in Valerie’s Head

Three Rooms in Valerie’s Head, David Gaffney, Dan Berry, Top Shelf “Valerie’s mind had three rooms: a front, a back and a cellar. If there was something she didn’t want to think about at a particular moment she would move it into the back. Then she could concentrate on playing the accordion. Or explaining her job to her mother. The problem was the cellar.” I’ve been rather looking forward to reading Gaffney and Berry’s new book from Top Shelf, the [Read Entire Story]

JoT #2486: The Magical Mystery Pod!

It's the roll out of the Magical Mystery Pod, and it's hoping you'll take it away! SOURCE: The Joy of Tech - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]

JoT #2476: Stay un-spoiled!

The spoiler-free Force is strong with this one! SOURCE: The Joy of Tech - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]

The 2000AD Preview – Prog 2066

Out tomorrow… the latest issue of the Galaxy’s Greatest Comic. Prog 2066 hits the stands at your local comic shop Wednesday31st January. Here’s a quick look around the issue… Cover this week from Brass Sun by INJ Culbard, looking just as good as the strip does inside. And speaking of inside… well it’s the same lineup as last week, so let’s take a little look inside shall we? It all kicks off with Dredd going fishing… Judge Dredd: The Shroud [Read Entire Story]

JoT #2487: People Daycare

Doggy doesn't get it... SOURCE: The Joy of Tech - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]

Previewing REGENED – all-ages action from 2000AD

Free Comic Book Day this year takes place on May 5th, a little over three months away. But we’re already seeing previews from 2000AD REGENED, the 32-page comic featuring all-ages versions of classic characters Judge Dredd, Strontium Dog, DR & Quinch, and more. Out on the 5th May, the full-colour REGENED features many familiar names, both from 2000AD and from the world of UK comics; with works written by Matthew J. Smith, Alec Worley, Owen Michael Johnson, Colin Bell, Ned Hartley, and [Read Entire Story]

JoT #2473: User adoption syndrome

There's no way I'm gonna like it! SOURCE: The Joy of Tech - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]

James Bond: The Body Issue 1 – simple, classic Bond with a great storytelling twist.

James Bond: The Body Issue 1 Written by Ales Kot, art by Luca Casalanguida, by Valentina Pinto, letters by Thomas Napolitano. Dynamite Entertainment Dynamite’s Bond series has so far featured writing from Warren Ellis, Andy Diggle, Benjamin Percy, James Robinson and others for the series, contributing a set of stand-alone limited series and one-shots. And it’s all been rather good, exploring the spy and his world in a fashion that’s a perfect mix of the Fleming books and the [Read Entire Story]

JoT #2478: Apple gets a’ throttling!

Does their explaination smooth things out? SOURCE: The Joy of Tech - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]

JoT #2481: What the hell happened at Intel?

Ah, yep, that'll do it. SOURCE: The Joy of Tech - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]

Sequential Snark: Family Matters and Comfortable Comics

This time around it’s about families again! Grayson’s son (in the possible future) faces down death in his last issue, Zod’s son is reintroduced – twice (it’s comics, it happens), and Diana’s brother… continues to exist (I blow my tiniest party horn). Action Comics #996 Words – Dan Jurgens Pictures – Will Conrad, Ivan Nunes Supes, Booster Gold and Skeets run into the (adult) son of Zod (Lor-Zod) in the near future on planet Jekuul they landed in. Yes, this [Read Entire Story]

JoT #2484: Crypto ate my homework!

He was hoping to hash it out. SOURCE: The Joy of Tech - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]

Graphic Breakdown: Best of The Week – ‘Doomsday Clock’, ‘The Flash’, ‘The Wild Storm’ and More!

Welcome back to Graphic Breakdown! It’s a hell of a week for reading comics. Let’s waste no time! Doomsday Clock #3 Written by Geoff Johns Illustrated by Gary Frank I love how this book is turning out. I know there’s been a few naysayers about it. I can defend it though: Geoff Johns has written a strong and emotional narrative that is also very fluid. He just bravely went where no writer would and I can’t help but admire that. It also makes it a hard comic book to [Read Entire Story]

JoT #2485: The Breakup!

Don't you wish you had her strength? :P SOURCE: The Joy of Tech - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]

Surprise II

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HORN! REVIEWS: Achieving Our Country

Related Posts: HORN! REVIEWS: Empty Set HORN! Reviews: Sapiens HORN! REVIEWS: Her Body and Other Parties HORN! REVIEWS: American War HORN! REVIEWS: Walden SOURCE: The Rumpus.net - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]

See the Sea Part 1

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The 2000 AD Preview: Prog 2064

Out on Wednesday, the new 2000 AD, exploding onto the shelves of your local comic shop… Yep, the Mac is back this week in Bad Company: Terrorists by Peter Milligan, Rufus Dayglo, and Dom Regan. And it’s a fine, fine bit of classic 2000AD beautifully updated for today. Funky cover by Rufus and Dom. And we’re still with the same strips hitting midpoints and beyond here. So that means there’s more East-Meg One spirit of the Apocalypse War action with Dredd by Michael [Read Entire Story]

See the Sea Part 2

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Landmark 1,000th Issue of ‘Action Comics’ Brings Back The Red Trunks!

DC is going all-out to celebrate the one-thousandth issue of ACTION COMICS—the longest continually published comic book of its kind in history, the series that introduced Superman to the world and the title that launched the superhero genre. The Jim Lee-drawn cover features a new costume that integrates a variety of classic and new elements, including the Man of Steel’s trademark red trunks. “ACTION COMICS #1000 represents a watershed moment in the history of not just comic books, but [Read Entire Story]

JoT #24834: Crypto ate my homework!

He was hoping to hash it out. SOURCE: The Joy of Tech - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]

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