Tag Archives: Ian Brill

Comics You Should Be Reading in 2011


Since I got back into comics, a few people have asked me for suggestions on what they should be checking out.  Obviously, I usually try to tailor my answer to that person’s specific tastes, but now I will present a list of books I am excited about as we enter a new year, and that I think other people (especially other people like me, who are new at this comics thing) might enjoy.  Bear in mind that I’m no expert, and this is far from a definitive list.  For example, you will see that there are zero Marvel books on the list, because I don’t personally give much of a shit about Marvel and don’t read any of it.  This is the stuff I am jazzed for, and that I think you might be too. 

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No Case Too Big, No Case Too Small


Holy shit, I just read issue #2 of Ian Brill’s Chip ‘n’ Dale Rescue Rangers comic, and I am grinning like an idiot right now.

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It’s a Duck Blur


Remember when I theorized that the writer of Darkwing Duck was establishing the beginnings of a Disney Comic Universe?  Well, holy crap, all signs point to me being totally right!  Darkwing Duck #4 gave me such a raging Disney fanboner that I had to fanmasturbate into about ten fansocks just to make it go away.  Ew.

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Champion of Right


Pathetically enough, if I were forced to choose just one costumed avenger to read about in current comic books, it would probably be this guy:

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