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Weekly Graphic Novel Review: Henry & Glenn Forever + Ever & Adult Activity Book

It’s Wednesday which means it’s new comic book day with new releases hitting shelves, both physical and digital, all across the world. We take out the indie cult comic classic Henry & Glenn!

Henry & Glenn Forever + Ever The Completely Ridiculous Edition collects over 13 years of comics from over 50 creators.

Henry & Glenn Adult Activity & Coloring Book allows you to break out the crayons with games, mazes, puzzles, and more!

Check out both today in comic shops and in book stores Setpember 12 and November 7.

Get your copy now. To find a comic shop near you, visit http://www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook or digitally and online with the links below.

Henry & Glenn Forever + Ever The Completely Ridiculous Edition
Amazon/Kindle/comiXology

Henry & Glenn Forever Adult Activity & Coloring Book
Amazon/Kindle/comiXology

 

Microcosm Publishing provided Graphic Policy with FREE copies for review
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The Collected Edition of Henry and Glenn Forever and Ever is now available on comiXology!

henry and glennThe hard to find gem Henry and Glenn Forever and Ever published by Microcosm Press is now available today as a digital collection on comiXology for the first time!

Henry and Glenn Forever and Ever is a fictionalized parody of the domestic life of rock stars Henry Rollins (frontman of the hardcore 1980s punk band Black Flag) and Glenn Danzig (singer, songwriter, musician and founder of the bands Misfits, Samhain and Danzig) told in black and white comic book form by Los  Angeles based painter and cartoonist Tom Neely.

The complete cult hit indie comic book miniseries, collecting issues 1-4 is 256 pages and includes extras like pinup art, is available digitally for $6.99.

Graphic Policy’s Top Comic Picks this Week!

the bunker 1 coverWednesdays are new comic book day! Each week hundreds of comics are released, and that can be pretty daunting to go over and choose what to buy. That’s where we come in! Below are ten suggestions of comics, graphic novels, or trade paperbacks you should spend some extra time checking out and think about picking up.

Pick of the Week: The Bunker #5 and The Bunker Vol. 1 (Oni Press) – Joshua Hale Fialkov and Joe Infurnari have put together a time bending mystery that delves into fate, and destiny. Oni is giving you a chance this week to catch up by not only releasing the latest issue, but also the first volume too. This is easily one of the best comics on the market.

Harbinger: Omegas #1 (Valiant) – When it comes to comic universes, Valiant has one of the best out there. Simple to follow, able to hop in on any series you want, it’s planned, and a case study of what to do. This latest series is a hopping on point to see what the hype is all about.

Henry and Glenn: Forever and Ever TP (Microcosm Publishing) – The brilliant indie series skewers rock masculinity by seeing what would happen if Glenn Danzig and Henry Rollins were more than just bandmates. This collects all the releases so far.

Lazarus #10 (Image) – One of the best female lead comics on the market, as well as a brilliant look at class. It’s a dystopian future where the world is carved up between rich families and their corporations.

The Mighty Titan #1 (Red Anvil Inc.) – Imagine you had powers. Imagine that you can make a difference. Bullets bounce off you. You can fly around the world and back. Imagine more that no matter what happens, whatever challenges may rear their head, you and you alone have the power to stop it. Now imagine you were told you have cancer. How would you deal with it. The Mighty Titan is writer Joe Martino’s attempt at wrapping his cancer experiences in a Superhero shell.

Nailbiter #4 (Image) – I’m a fan of serial killer, murder mysteries. This one is creepy and a great read too.

She-Hulk #7 (Marvel) – Charles Soule’s take on the green giant mixes her superherodom with her want of starting up her own law practice. An amazing comic that’s also one of the best of the year. It’s unique, entertaining, fun, funny, in other words, buy it!

The Sixth Gun: Days of the Dead #1 (Oni Press) – Brother Roberto and Jesup will one day play important roles in the epic struggle to control the Sixth Gun. This is the tale that would shape these two–one an agent of the Knights of Solomon, the other a priest of the Sword of Abraham–into the men they will become. Writer Cullen Bunn expands his fantastic series with this spin-off.

Superior Foes of Spider-Man #14 (Marvel) – What happens when you take a bunch of C/D-list villains and give them their own series? Awesomeness! One of my favorite comics on the market right now. Always a fun read.

Thanos: The Infinity Revelation (Marvel) – Jim Starlin takes on one of his most famous creations in this original graphic novel.

Graphic Policy’s Top Comic Picks this Week!

Hacktivist_001_rev_Page_1It’s new comic book day tomorrow and while there’s a lot of fantastic releases, particularly not by the big two, we’ve slimmed down the massive list to 10 comics for you to check out. This week, I’m flying solo for the top choices, so here’s what I look forward to this week.

Top Pick: Hacktivist #1 (Archaia/BOOM! Studios) – I’ve been looking forward to this series debut since it was announced at last year’s San Diego Comic-Con. Two of the world’s top tech industry leaders are also hacktivists during their free time. This look at politics in a technology age should be interesting.

All-New Invaders #1 (Marvel) – Marvel’s original super hero team is back to deal with a danger in the modern age.

Bo Plushy Gangsta #1 (Action Lab) – The images I’ve seen for this new series puts it on the list. A foul mouthed teddy bear is just too awesome to not check out and I recommend you do too.

Deadly Class #1 (Image Comics) – Rick Remender’s name is on this series. That alone makes it a pick for me. This deadliest school where the next generation of assassins sounds a lot like another Image series, Five Weapons, Remender’s name on it will make it stand out.

Hawkeye #16 (Marvel) – The fact this series topped numerous “best of” lists last year should be reason enough for you to check it out.

Henry and Glenn Forever and Ever #3 – From Microcosm Publishing, I found out about this series at last year’s SPX. Subversive and awesome, the series has two guys who look a lot like Glenn Danzig and Henry Rollins and they’re much closer than band mates.

Jack Hammer #1 (Action Lab) – Great detective action from a solid independent publisher.

Mind MGMT #18 (Dark Horse) – Another series that was on a lot of “best of” lists last year. This is a series you’re probably best starting from the beginning and it is worth it.

Scribblenauts Unmasked: Crisis of Imagination #1 (DC Comics) – I love the Scribblenauts video game series. The fact this mixes that with DC characters makes it more awesome.

The X-Files: Conspiracy: Ghostbusters #1 (IDW Publishing) – The first issue of this series which has the Lone Gunmen looking at the various phenomenon in the IDW universe is amazing.