Tag Archives: Martin Simmonds

Truth-Telling: Tynion and Simmonds’ THE DEPARTMENT OF TRUTH as Art

Truth-Telling: Tynion and Simmonds’ THE DEPARTMENT OF TRUTH as Art

I think it can be said without the ruffling of many feathers that “comics are art.” Still, one of the biggest philosophical issues we as a society tend to run into, much like Wile E. Coyote when he crashes headfirst into a stone slab he thought was a tunnel, is the question “what is art


THE IMMORTAL HULK #9 Written by Al Ewing Art by Joe Bennett, Martin Simmonds, Ruy Jose, Paul Mounts Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: November 21, 2018 Carl Creel was just trying to live. But sometimes trying isn’t enough. Now, to save the life he built for himself — and maybe everything else — Carl

Review: PUNK’S NOT DEAD #1

There’s a school of thought that believes punk’s defining characteristic was obnoxiousness. For these people, Sid Vicious is the most important icon of the 20th century, not so much for who he actually was but who he represented: the “lazy sod” masses not only left unchecked but granted celebrity status. It’s this thinking that led


BLACK CROWN QUARTERLY #1 Creative Team: Rob Davis, Cathi Unsworth, Cara McGee, Will Potter, Carl Puttnam, Philip Bond, Aditya Bidikar, David Barnett, Martin Simmonds, Jamie Coe, Tini Howard, Gilbert Hernandez, Peter Milligan, Tess Fowler, Lee Loughridge, Cindy Whitehead, Nicole Goux, Frank Quitely Published by Black Crown Release Date: October 25th, 2017 If you have not