Four Color Apocalypse 2018 Year In Review : Top Ten Contemporary Collections


Ryan C.'s Four Color Apocalypse

Once more into the breach — this time out, we take a look at my personal favorite contemporary collected editions of 2018, with “contemporary collected editions” specifically referring to books presenting work that was published somewhere else first, either as single issues, mini-comics, even just strips in various anthologies. The “contemporary” part of the equation means that these volumes need to present material that was published after the year 2000, as anything prior to that will fall into the “vintage collected editions” list that we’ll do in the next day or two. Final ground rule : English-language translations of Eurocomics and Manga are also eligible in this category (with the same chronological guidelines in play), since they  also, ya know, saw print somewhere else first. Let’s get right to it, then:

10. Compulsive Comics By Eric Haven (Fantagraphics) – Haven’s surreal strips appear far too infrequently, so getting two collections…

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One response to “Four Color Apocalypse 2018 Year In Review : Top Ten Contemporary Collections

  1. Pingback: Lisa’s Week In Review: 12/3/18 — 12/9/18 | Through the Shattered Lens

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