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Monday, January 5, 2009

365 Things I Enjoyed in Comics This Year

It's that time of the year again. Even though it doesn't possibly seem like another year has passed, it has. I've already started noticing year-end summaries and top ten lists popping up around the comics landscape, and it got me thinking about the kind of year it was in comics.

When thinking about the year in comics, I get this image of negativity. Not necessarily negativity when it comes to the product, but this underlying feeling of harping and bickering among fans, and even bickering between fans, publishers, and critics. It seemed like a year of finger pointing, a year of calling each other out. Maybe it's because of boredom, or maybe it's just spite. But I like to think of it as growing pains; comics, the comics internet, the comics blogosphere, they're still growing and bumping up against each other. You've got your hard core X-Men geek rubbing into the art comics snob, and they don't always see eye to eye. You've got your self promoted deputies running around with their whistles trying to get everyone to think and act like they do; and we all know how that turns out. So, once again, the past year seemed kind of messy at times. But I don't think that's fair for the comics medium.

You'll find so much good out there in the messy, screwed up world of comics. To prove it, I offer the following list: a list of 365 things that I enjoyed in 2005 that are comics related. The list includes comics, trades, graphic novels, collections, websites, online strips, blogs, prose books, and art. There's a little bit of everything here, and it wasn't that difficult to come up with actually. (Difficult to code and load into the database maybe, but not to come up with the list) I provided links to everything that I could find a link for. Only a few ended up without a link, so I hope you�ll find something to your liking. Side note: not everything on the list was published in 2005, some things, like manga titles, I discovered a little late.

365 Comics Related Things I Enjoyed in 2005 (in totally random order):

1 Gemma Bovary by Posey Simmonds, published by Pantheon
2 Krazy & Ignatz Sunday reprints in color by Fantagraphics
3 The Good Samaritan by Shawn Cheng
4 Boy Girl Party
5 Kaikisen scanlation
6 Frankenstein Now and Forever by Alex Baladi, published by Typocrat Press
7 BAD ASS Pack by Mark Todd
8 Anywhere But Here by Tori Miki, published by Fantagraphics
9 Blar by Drew Weing
10 War's End: Profiles from Bosnia by Joe Sacco
11 Online strips and curiosities from a true gentleman
12 Give Our Regards to the Atomsmashers! by various writers, published by Pantheon Books
13 Cinderella by Junko Mizuno, published by VIZ
14 Jaime Tanner's Online Comics
15 The Mysterious Flame of Queen Loana by Umberto Eco
16 Dumb Jersey White Boy #2 by Mark McMurray
17 The Comics Journal Winter Special 2005 (Manga)
18 Satiroplastic by Gary Panter, published by D&Q
19 Peculia and the Goon Grove Vampires by Richard Sala, published by Fantagraphics
20 Ed the Happy Clown by Chester Brown, published by D&Q
21 Skyscrapers of the Midwest by Josh Cotter, published by AdHouse Books
22 Sexy Voice and Robo by Iou Kuroda, published by VIZ
23 Paper Rad
24 The Four Husbands by Matt Wiegle
25 The Greedy Story of Six Hungry Men by Bendik Von Kaltenborn of Dongery
26 The Low Road by Ed Cunard and John Jakala
27 Tales Designed to Thrizzle by Michael Kupperman, published by Fantagraphics
28 Mariko Parade by Kan Takahama and Frederic Boilet, published by Ponent Mon
29 Cliff Face Comics
30 Bart Simpson's Treehouse of Horror #11 various artists, published by Bongo Comics
31 The Monkeynauts by Sarah Becan
32 Blind by JP Coovert
33 Blood Orange by various artists, published by Fantagraphics
34 Capacity mini-comics by Theo Ellsworth
35 Duck Comic Reprints by Gemstone
36 Night Fisher by R. Kikuo Johnson, published by Fantagraphics
37 Drawn & Quarterly Showcase #3 by various artists, published by D&Q
38 Fanboy Rampage by Graeme McMillan
39 Carrot for Girls by Matthew Thurber, published by Picturebox
40 Soft Smooth Brain #4 by Bwana Spoons
41 The Life Unlucky by Jordan Crane
42 The Pin-Up Art of Bill Wenzel by Fantagraphics
43 Barefoot Gen by Keiji Nakazawa, published by Last Gasp
44 Jim Hanley's Comic Shop
45 The Ride Home by Joey Weiser
46 Tiny Showcase Prints each Tuesday night
47 Bete Noir #1 by various artists, published by Fantagraphics
48 Always in Love & Other Stories of Death and/or Dismemberment by Jaime Tanner
49 Comics by Christopher Burton
50 Coven of Mysticsby Ted Naifeh, published by Oni Press
51 Comic World News
52 The Ticking by Renee French
53 Seeing Things by Jim Woodring, published by Fantagraphics
54 Jog the Blog
55 Underpanting by Matt Wiegle
56 Secret Voice #1 by Zack Soto, published by AdHouse Books
57 Service Industry by T. Edward Bak
58 The Complete Peanuts 1957-1958 published by Fantagraphics
59 USS Catastrophe
60 Or Else #3 by Kevin Huizenga, published by D&Q
61 Grotesque Anatomy yeah, it's dead, but I still go there to reminisce.
62 GR Store
63 Pure Trance by Junko Mizuno, published by VIZ
64 Free Radicals by Leif Goldberg and various
65 Ice Haven by Dan Clowes, published by Pantheon
66 Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life by Bryan Lee O'Malley, published by Oni Press
67 The Hobbit by Marc Bell and Peter Thompson, published by Ganzfeld/Picture Box
68 The Pin-Up Art of Dan DeCarlo published by Fantagraphics
69 Jellaby: The Homage Series by Kean Soo
70 Small Press Expo 2005 in Bethesda, MD
71 Hikaru No Go by Yumi Hotta and Takeshi Obata
72 The Clouds Above Extra Fancy Edition by Jordan Crane
73 Product of the Eighties: Teenage Confessions from the Reagan Era mini-comic by Dana Jones
74 Driving South by JP Coover
75 Globo Hobo mini-comics
76 Pyongyang by Guy Delisle, published by D&Q
77 True Porn #2 various artists, published by Alternative Comics
78 Three Very Small Comics Volume II by Tom Gauld
79 The Complete Dennis the Menace published by Fantagraphics
80 The Ganzfeld #4 Art History? by various artists, published by Ganzfeld/PictureBox
81 Mort Grim by Doug Fraser, published by AdHouse Books
82 Penguin Classic Edition of Candide with Chris Ware cover
83 Beacoup Kevin blog by Kevin Church
84 See How Pretty, See How Smart #4 by Partyka and others
85 Kinderbook by Kan Takahama, published by Ponent Mon
86 Buenaventura Press
87 Comics Revue magazine
88 What's Michael? Sleepness Nights, by Makoto Kobayashi published by Dark Horse Comics
89 Salamander Dream by Hope Larson, published by AdHouse Books
90 Milo George's Monkey
91 The Stuff of Dreams by Kim Deitch, published by Fantagraphics
92 Modesty Blaise reprints by Titan Books
93 Big Questions by Anders Nilsen, published by D&Q
94 The Super-Scary Monster Show featuring Little Gloomy by Landry Walker and Eric Jones published by SLG Publishing
95 MOME by various artists, published by Fantagraphics
96 Showcase Presents: Green Lantern published by DC Comics
97 Precocious Curmudgeon blog by David Welsh
98 Chicago Comics
99 The Groovy Age of Horror blog
100 Avengers that are young and gay published by Marvel Comics
101 Essential Spider-Woman
102 Diamonds by Jaime Tanner
103 The Complete Calvin & Hobbes
104 The Kindaichi Case Files
105 Watching Warren Craghead's exhibit take shape on his blog
106 Destined for Dizziness by Souther Salazar, published by Buenaventura Press
107 Wimbeldon Green by Seth, published by D&Q
108 Mike Sterling's Progressive Ruin
109 Usagi Yojimbo by Stan Sakai, published by Dark Horse Comics
110 FLOG! The Fantagraphics Blog
111 Quimby's Comics
112 Schematic Comics by Dan Zettwoch
113 Paping by John Mejias and others
114 Acme Novelty Library Shareholder's Report by Chris Ware, published by Fantagraphics
115 Death Note by , published by Shonen Jump Advanced
116 Giant Robot Magazine
117 The Rabbi's Cat by Joann Sfar, published by Pantheon
118 Bumper Boy's Loses His Marbles by Debbie Huey, published by AdHouse Books
119 TWO issues of King Cat Comics and Stories this year! by John Porcellino
120 Love & Rockets Volume II by the Hernandez Brothers, published by Fantagraphics
121 The Drama magazine
122 The Cute Manifesto by James Kochalka, published by Alternative Comics
123 Raisin Pie by Rick Altergott and Ariel Bordeaux, published by Fantagraphics
124 Buddha by Osamu Tezuka, ;ublished by Vertical
125 The Stacks by Marc Bell, published by D&Q
126 Partyka Daily Drawings
127 Christina and Charles by Austin English, published by Sparkplug Comics
128 The Walking Dead by Robert Kirkman, published by Image
129 Happy Town #12 by Justin Madson
130 Spiral-Bound by Aaron Renier, published by Top Shelf
131 Optic Nerve #10 by Adrian Tomine, published by D&Q
132 Showcase Presents: Superman published by DC
133 Haw! by Ivan Brunetti, published by Fantagraphics
134 Carl is the Awesome by Marcos Perez
135 The Comics Journal #269 (The Shoujo Manga Issue)
136 The Problem with Chemistry by Roger Noyes and Warren Craghead
137 Weird Tales of the Ramones Box Set
138 The Comic Art Collective
139 Paper Rodeo Fifth Anniversary Issue
140 Owly: Just a Little Blue by Andy Runton, published by Top Shelf
141 100.1 Drawings by Gary Panter by Gary Panter
142 The Comics Reporter website by Tom Spurgeon
143 Vengeance at Cackling Mountain
144 Imadoki!
145 The Secret Friend Society
146 Tux Dog by various artists
147 Saikano by Shin Takahashi
148 Starting Small Zines by Missy Kulik
149 AEIOU or Any Easy Intimacy by Jeffrey Brown, published by Top Shelf
150 Near Mint Heroes blog by Shane Bailey
151 The ReddingK Online Morgue of Weeklies Past by various
152 The Walking Man by Jiro Taniguchi, published by Ponent Mon
153 Little Cakes
154 Habitual Entertainment by Will Dinski
155 Concrete: Human Dilemma by Paul Chadwick, published by Dark Horse
156 Maakies Online!
157 Gogo: A Very Nice Gliding Session by Kris Kjolberg from Dongery
158 The R. Crumb Handbook by R. Crumb and Peter Poplaski
159 Meat Cake #14 by Dame Darcy, published by Fantagraphics
160 Dave K. Greatest Hits by Dave Kiersh, published by Heinz Wohlers Verlag
161 The Complete Peanuts 1955-1956 published by Fantagraphics
162 Maison Ikkoku by Rumiko Takahashi, published by VIZ
163 The Many Strange Desires of Mreh by Karen Sneider
164 Fire by Alex Lukas
165 Math Mini-Comics by David Wien
166 Graham Roumieu's Books
167 B.O.F.A. by Brian Clopper
168 __________ Are Always Fun to Draw by Isaac Cates and others
169 The Beguiling
170 Naruto by Masashi Kishimoto, published by Shonen Jump
171 Sorrel by Justin Madson
172 Previews Reviews
173 The Huge Krazy Kat hardcover by Fantagraphics. Didn't buy it, but it makes me sleep better, just knowing it exists.
174 DC Conspiracy blog
175 WE3 by Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely, published by DC
176 See Saw by Sara Edward Corbett
177 DEMO by Brian Wood and Becky Cloonan, published by AIT PlanetLar
178 Comic Book Resources
179 Ivan Brunetti's Website
180 Good is Dead website by Chip Kidd
181 The Pitch
182 John Hankiewicz Mini-Comics
183 Onsmith blog
184 Rocketship Store Haven't been there, but I like to read about it at the blog
185 Seven Soldiers: Zatanna by Grant Morrison, Ryan Sook, and Mick Gray, published by DC Comics
186 Hideous! by Pat Lewis
187 Bambi and Her Pink Gun by Kaneko Atsushi, published by Digital Manga Publishing
188 Copacetic Comics
189 Window #1 by Dave Lapp
190 Zilla and the Comics Junkies blog
191 Marvel Monsters: Devil Dinosaur by Eric Powell and Tom Sniegoski, published by Marvel Comics
192 Little House Comics
193 Spaniel Rage by Vanessa Davis, published by Bueneventura Press
194 The Drama Store
195 Abominable by Pat Lewis
196 Zig Zag #1 by J. chris Campbell, published by AdHouse Books
197 Meow cat portrait mini-comic by Jesse Reklaw
198 Sgt. Frog by Mine Yoshizaki, published by Tokyopop
199 Earth Minds Are Weak by Justin Fox
200 Poopsheet by Rick Bradford
201 Carnival or the Story of a Sad, Hungry Bunny by Femke Hiemstra
202 The Recidivist by Zak Sally, published by La Mano
203 Dogsbody Mini-Comic reviews by Austin English
204 King by Rich Koslowski, published by Top Shelf
205 Bleep the Peeper by Various Artists
206 The Comics Waiting Room blog by Marc Mason
207 Essential Werewolf by Night published by Marvel
208 Walt & Skeezix published by D&Q
209 Black & White by Taiyo Matsumoto, published by VIZ
210 Dave's Long Box blog
211 Blue Spring by Taiyo Matsumoto, published by VIZ
212 Ron Rege's Website
213 Why Are You Doing This by Jason, published by Fantagraphics
214 Friends for Fighting by Bendik Kaltenborn and Kristoffer Kjolberg from Dongery
215 Positive Ape Index blog by COOP
216 Couch Tag #2 by Jesse Reklaw
217 Sammy Harkham's Iris print that I bought at SPX
218 Irresponsible Pictures blog by Pata
219 Blab! edited by Monte Beauchamp
220 Will You Still Love Me�If I Wet the Bed? by Liz Prince, published by Top Shelf
221 Moose in the Closet blog
222 Indie Spinner Rack Podcast
223 Cowboy Boy #4 by Raul (I wish I had a link for this one, I really, really do)
224 Black Hole by Charles Burns and collected by Pantheon
225 Johanna Draper Carlson pissing off thin skinned creators
226 Mr. Big Matt Dembicki
228 Untitled (Lightbulbs) by Linda Medley
229 Alter Ego Magazine
230 My Toronto Comics Art Festival Poster I didn't go, but I have the Marc Bell poster.
231 Tsuge Scanlations
232 She Hulk by Dan Slott and Juan Bobillo, published by Marvel Comics
233 Dial B for Blog
234 Princess Mermaid by Junko Mizuno
235 Panels and Pixels blog
236 Slow Form to Worm by Eleanor Davis
237 Elm City Jams by the Satisfactory Comics Gang
238 Glyphs by Rich Watson
239 Seven Soldiers: The Guardian by Grant Morrison and Cameron Stewart, published by DC comics
240 Angel by Erica Sakurazawa
241 Yet Another Comics Blog
242 EGON
243 Diary of a Mosquito Abatement Man by John Porcellino, published by La Mano
244 Golden Peenut Butter Ninja #4 by Brian Chippendale
245 Last Gasp Online Shop
246 Dark, But Shining blog
247 Sturgeon White Moss by various artists
248 Love Manga blog
249 Haunted Mansion by various artists and writers, published by SLG Publishing
250 New Avengers until Wolverine showed up
251 The Yellow Book scanlation
252 Highway 62 blog by the lovely and talented Matt Maxwell
253 Back to Lisboa by Sindre W. Goksoyr and Kristoffer Kjolberg from Dongery
254 Peiratikos blog
255 True Story Swear to God by Tom Beland
256 Finishing Planetes
257 Comics Worth Reading website
258 Drew Weing's "Untitled" Mini-Comic
259 Mad Ink Beard
260 Whistle!
261 Tales of Unusual Circumstance by Joey Weiser
262 Jordan Crane's new Prints All of them.
263 Catia Chien
264 Underworld by Kaz
265 Hondle Comics by Matthew Craig
266 Listen to Us, We're Right
267 Kevin Analog by Benjamin Birdie
269 Manga Design by Masanao Amano, publishe dby Taschen
270 Sequential Tart
271 Masters of American Comics by various, published by Yale University Press
272 The Mighty Layman
273 There You Were by Diana Tamblyn
274 Secret Comics Japan edited by Chikao Shiratori, published by VIZ
275 Comics Should Be Good blog
276 I Survived Gwar by Cathy Leamy
277 Hate and Other Neat Stuff
278 Nomad Soul by Fumiyo Kouno
279 100 Years of Comic Strips edited by Bill Blackbeard, published by Barnes & Noble
280 Johnny Bacardi blog by David Jones
281 Showcase Presents: Justice League of America
282 Lost at Sea by Bryan Lee O'Malley
283 Simple Routines #1 by JP Coover
284 The Pin-Up Art of Bill Wenzel edited by Alex Chun, published by Fantagraphics
285 Graphic Novels : Everything You Need to Know Paul Gravett, published by Collins Design
286 The Comics Journal Library: Classic Comics Illustrators
287 The Beat by Heidi McDonald
288 Pencil Fight
289 The Beauty Supply District by Ben Katchor, pubslidhed by Pantheon Books
290 Walking Man Comics by Matt Levin
291 Men of Tomorrow by Gerard Jones, published by Basic Books
292 Eyeshield-21 by Riichiro Inagaki and Yusuke Murata, published by VIZ
293 Mint on Your Pillow by Rebecca Strom
294 Time Collection of Comics Articles by various writers
295 The Push Man and other Stories by Yoshihiro Tatsumi, published by D&Q
296 Zirp #2 by Thomas Till
297 Comics Riot Haven't been there, but I like what I see online.
298 Street Angel TPB with extras by Jim Rugg and Brian Marucca, published by SLG
299 Watch Tom Draw
300 Fuckable Comics #6
301 Mae Mai blog by Jon Silpayamanant
302 Bone in Color by Jeff Smith, published by Scholastic
303 Daredevilby Brian Bendis and Alex Maleev, published by Marvel Comics
304 Kochalkaholic blog by Alan David Doane
305 Tricked by Alex Robinson, published by Top Shelf
306 Neil Allen's Website
307 One Hundred Demons by Lynda Barry
308 Joey Weiser's Rejected SPX Strip
309 Postmodern Barney
310 Epileptic by David B., published by Pantheon Books
311 The Hurting blog
312 Manga: 60 Years of Japanese Comics by Paul Gravett
313 Achewood online comic
314 Between the Sheets by Erica Sakurazawa, published by Tokyopop
315 Blondie and Dagwood's Anniversary Comic Strips
316 Nostalgia Nook blog
317 The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck by Don Rosa, published by Gemstone
318 The Savage Critic by Brian Hibbs
319 Humor Can Be Funny by Sam Henderson, published by Alternative Comics
320 Optical Sloth website by Whitey
321 Personal Charm by Missy Kulik
322 She Got Off the Bus scanlation
323 Nieves website
324 Little Vampire goes to School Joann Sfar, published by Simon & Schuster
325 Gumpop blog
326 Black Panther (until the crossover) by Reginald Hudlin and John Romita Jr.
327 The Isotope Comics Lounge
328 Tomie by Junji Ito, published by One Comics
329 Heliopter online fun from James McShane
330 Fun Chicken website and shop, by Mark Todd
331 Ponent Mon
332 Fabio Moon and Gabriel Ba blog
333 Cromartie High School by Eiji Nonaka, published by ADV
334 676 Apparitions of Killoffer by Killoffer, published by Typocrat Press
335 Drawn! blog
336 Deviant Funnies by Ed Piskor
337 Brill Building
338 Epoxy #3 by John Pham
339 Hansel and Gretel by Junko Mizuno
340 Doodle A Day by Ivan Brunetti
341 Dogwitch by Daniel Shaffer
342 Gaylord Phoenix by Edie Fake
343 Boneyard by Richard Moore, published by NBM
344 The Surrogates by Robert Venditti and Brett Weldele, published by Top Shelf
345 Metrokitty Blog
346 The Fixer by Joe Sacco, published by D&Q
347 Solo by various artists, published by DC
348 The Pickytarian blog
349 Barry Pago: Crime Scene Photographer
350 Monkeywrench by Rina Ayuyang
351 Peng by Corey Lewis, published by Oni Press
352 Modern Arf edited by Craig Yoe
353 The Free Batman Tabloid Paper by Ben Jones
354 Uzumaki by Junji Ito, published by VIZ
355 Most of the SPX 2005 Book
356 Prowl! by Pat Lewis
357 Courtey Crumrin: Twilight Kingdom by Ted Naifeh, published by Oni Press
358 Train of Thought by Eliot (I hardly ever post) Johnson
359 HELLO by Fay Ryu
360 Diesel Sweeties webcomic
361 No.5 by Taiyo Matsumoto, published by VIZ
362 Meatcake Compilation by Dame Darcy, published by Fantagraphics
363 Comic Book Artist Magazine published by Top Shelf
364 Plastic Man by Kyle Baker, published by DC Comics
365 SIZE MATTERS: The Mini-Comics Blog I've got a lot of enjoyment out of doing my own blog.

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