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Best Comics of 2015 (Part One)

21 December 2015 6:31 AM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Two words could be used to describe comics in 2015: scandal and rebirth. The scandals happened off the pages at both companies large and small, and the rebirth happened in the comics themselves.

Graphic Policy reported that former Dark Horse Comics editor-in-chief Scott Allie bit writer Joe Harris (X-Files Season Ten) at the Boom! Studios party at San Diego Comic Con, and he was demoted to “executive editor” even though an assault of this kind would be grounds for dismissal at almost any other company. There was also another ethical breach at Dark Horse when The Rainbow Hub journalist Emma Houxbois reported that former Bleeding Cool editor Hanna Means-Shannon broke a Dark Horse-related story while it was under embargo and didn’t disclose the fact that she was taking a job with the company.

Marvel editor-in-chief Axel Alonso’s dismissal of African-American comics fans and creators  when asked why »

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Mission status is not optimal in ‘Nameless’ #2

3 March 2015 7:14 PM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Nameless #2

Written by Grant Morrison

Art by Chris Burnham

Colors by Nathan Fairbairn

Published by Image Comics

One of the strangest elements in Grant Morrison and Chris Burnham sci-fi horror miniseries has been how shockingly tame it’s been. That’s not to say what is presented in this recent issue of the inaugural outing are anything that doesn’t warrant a mature content warning, just that it’s strange to see the creative team of such mind bending works like Batman Inc. and The Multiversity: Pax Americana be this far into their limited miniseries and not fully engage the body horror and raging madness of say Event Horizon. That all being said, this issue is a massive improvement from last month, but to the point one wonders why the first two issues couldn’t have been at least fit together.

The issue opens up with the titular occult specialist, »

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