Canadian Freedom Fighters and Godzilla in Hell- Top 10 Comic Books of July 2015

Canadian Freedom Fighters and Godzilla in Hell- Top 10 Comic Books of July 2015

America invades Canada, Godzilla goes to Hell, and Lando Calrissian plays a con in this month's comics round-up.

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What? No love for Archie #1?
Anyway, a personal rec is The Terror of the Punks: A Horror Comic, a story that image did in conjunction with the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, and sets out to break every single rule in the Comics Code Authority. It does so in glorious fashion.

I don't normally read comics, but I want to read We Stand on Guard. Being a Canadian and all...

canadamus_prime:
I don't normally read comics, but I want to read We Stand on Guard. Being a Canadian and all...

Even just being an American/Canadian half-breed I found that it stirred up feelings of patriotism in my chest.

Wait there are comics where we finally put an end to Canada as well as Godzilla comics? Take all my money!

canadamus_prime:
I don't normally read comics, but I want to read We Stand on Guard. Being a Canadian and all...

I did too, but then I saw the art and I recoiled in horror. That only leaves Wolf for me, which I might give a bash when the first trade of that comes out.

Objectable:
What? No love for Archie #1?
Anyway, a personal rec is The Terror of the Punks: A Horror Comic, a story that image did in conjunction with the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, and sets out to break every single rule in the Comics Code Authority. It does so in glorious fashion.

I was very close to checking out Archie #1, but circumstances conspired against me this month. Might check it out for a future round-up though. Was it any good?

Fanghawk:

Objectable:
What? No love for Archie #1?
Anyway, a personal rec is The Terror of the Punks: A Horror Comic, a story that image did in conjunction with the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, and sets out to break every single rule in the Comics Code Authority. It does so in glorious fashion.

I was very close to checking out Archie #1, but circumstances conspired against me this month. Might check it out for a future round-up though. Was it any good?

Loved it. Its a reboot done right; taking the core of what made the series work (namley: Wacky hijinks with a large dash of relationship drama) and updates it to modern times. Plus, it has Fiona Staples on art, and she's one of the best out there right now.
I also suggest the Jem and the Holograms comic.

 

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