DOLLAR COMICS – December 2015

Getting into reading and collecting comics can seem difficult to the newcomer.  Comic companies want to make it cheap and easy to get started.


More first issues for $1…


  • Birthright #1 – 2 Dec 2015.
  • Bitch Plaent #1 – 2 Dec 2015.
  • Copperhead #1  – 2 Dec 2015.
  • Descender #1  – 2 Dec 2015.
  • The Humans #1  – 2 Dec 2015.
  • Nowhere Men #1  – 2 Dec 2015.
  • ODYC #1  – 2 Dec 2015.
  • Sunstone (vol 1) #1  – 2 Dec 2015.
  • Waywards #1  – 2 Dec 2015.

Valiant Dollar

  • Harbinger #1 (2012) – 16 Dec 2015.
  • Bloodshot Reborn #1 (2015) – 23 Dec 2015.

~ DUG.

Upcoming First Issues.

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I do way too many blogs to follow, so I’m going to cut down.

Big Screen Screener.

Film Reviews.

Comic Book Stepping On Point.

Helping new readers get into comics.


Doctor Who: Time Crash.

Classic Doctor Who (and other) references in new Doctor Who.
Looking at different sets of rules that certain genres of film follow.  Previous rule sets include:

Recommend to Me…

Items recommended to me on social media.

Super Villain Advice.

Advice from a super villain for super villains.


Top X Topics.

Things to do with online lists.

Truly Fiction.

A bunch of blogs about popular culture.

The TV & DVD Completist.

Unamde films, TV shows and episodes of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror.

FIRST ISSUES – August 2015

Getting into reading and collecting comics can seem difficult to the newcomer.  Here are some starting points.

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The following is a list of first issues, one shots and stepping on points to be released in August 2015.  Schedules change and they may not all be released in August (or sometimes at all).  While first issues are more likely to be new reader friendly, that is not always the case and no guarantees are made.

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COMIC ISSUES – A History of Violence

 The Obscure Comic Book Film Source Project.


A multi-blog look at lists of “Movies You Didn’t Know Were Based On Comics” to see how true they really are.

A History of Violence is the story of Tom McKenna, a small-town soda shop owner who becomes a local hero when he stops a violent attack by two men on his shop and repercussions.

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