Monday, November 27, 2017

BEST COMICS: 2014


M I R A C L E M A N,
The Only Band That Matters



Shortcut links:
> Best Graphic Novel
> Best Comics
> Best Graphic Novels
> Best Collections/ Reissues
> > "MIRACLEMAN"
> Best Movies And TV
> Best Webcomics

> Rest In Power






B E S T
G R A P H I C
N O V E L :




-STRONG FEMALE PROTAGONIST, by Brennan Lee Mulligan and Molly Ostertag

An indie triumph, challenging the conventions of superhero comics, gender perceptions, and social constrictions with impish humor and wry insight.

Read the continuing webcomic!






B E S T
C O M I C S :





I M A G E



-SAGA, by Fiona Staples and Brian K. Vaughan

The smartest and most sophisticated Space Fantasy being made.




-ROCKET GIRL, by Amy Reeder and Brandon Montclare _______
Her flights are rare but always a fine trip.

-BLACK SCIENCE, by Rick Remender and Matteo Scalera _______
Cross-dimensional realignment.

-SHUTTER, by Joe Keatinge, Leila del Duca, and Owen Gieni _______
Script-flip adventuring.

-GENESIS, by Nathan Edmondson and Alison Sampson _______
First thought, next chaos.



-PRETTY DEADLY, by Kelly Sue DeConnick and Emma Rios _______
Spaghetti western gothic.

-FATALE, by Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips _______
Hardboiled horror.

-SATELLITE SAM, by Matt Fraction and Howard Chaykin _______
Erotic mystery.




M A R V E L




-MIRACLEMAN #1-13,
by Alan Moore, with Garry Leach, Alan Davis, Chuck Beckum, Rick Veitch, and John Totleben

After impossible and treacherous delays,

the series that solely created
the postmodern adult superhero


returns to print, remastered for a new audience to catch up on

where absolutely everything important
since 1982 came directly from.


-MIRACLEMAN Annual #1, by Grant Morrison and Joe Quesada; Peter Milligan and Mike Allred

Plus you get an all-new Annual by star creators!


_______________



-THOR, by Jason Aaron and Russell Dauterman, + ⇧ _______
She is Thor, and she will stomp all.

-SHE-HULK, by Charles Soule and Javier Pulido _______
Acerbic fun.

-MS. MARVEL, by G. Willow Wilson, Adrian Alphona, and Jake Wyatt ⇧ _______
The most charming new hero continues her winning streak.

-CAPTAIN MARVEL, by Kelly Sue Deconnick and David Lopez _______
One of comics' best new writers, Deconnick brings Carol Danvers to the forefront with full force.



-BLACK WIDOW, by Nathan Edmondson and Phil Noto _______
Solid spy intrigue with sharp graphics.

-SILVER SURFER, by Dan Slott, Michael Allred, and Laura Allred _______
With the Allreds involved, you'll always find the Mod fun in the modernism.




D C



-WONDER WOMAN, by Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang _______
The duo finish their three-year run redefining the Amazon in fine stead, with tricky plots, bold graphics, and a solid ensemble cast.


-TINY TITANS: Return To The Treehouse, by Art Baltazar _______
ART BALTAZAR puts all the fun back into comics that we first loved them for in the first place.




V E R T I G O



Cover art by Yuko Shimizu

-THE UNWRITTEN Apocalypse, by Mike Carey and Peter Gross ⇧ _______
A finale miniseries to cap off the magic boy's story.

-ASTRO CITY, by Kurt Busiek and Brent Anderson, + Alex Ross _______
Quietly and steadily, the series has reinvented the Golden and Silver Age forms just as smartly and powerfully as affirmed classics like WATCHMEN, MARVELS, and KINGDOM COME.





B O O M



-LUMBERJANES, by Noelle Stevenson,Grace Ellis, and Brooke Allen _______
This contemporary retake on scout troops is always a fun blast from the word go.




S E L F -
P U B L I S H E D



-THE HANGING TOWER, by Sam Bosma _______
An historical fantasy one-shot by the creator of FANTASY BASKETBALL.







B E S T
G R A P H I C
N O V E L S :





-SUGAR SKULL, by Charles Burns ⇧ _______
The third chapter of the X'ED OUT trilogy, Burns' punk reconstruction of the conventions of Tintin.




-NEMO: The Roses of Berlin, by Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill _______
The second book in a trilogy focusing on Janni Dakkar, the daughter of Nemo from THE LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY GENTLEMEN.

-BEAUTIFUL DARKNESS, by Fabien Vehlmann ⇧ _______
Fairy tales get turned inside out with this deceptively gorgeous warning allegory.

-THIS ONE SUMMER, by Mariko Tamaki and Jilllian Tamaki _______
Two friends at the beach on the cusp of growing up.

-SECONDS, by Bryan Lee O'Malley _______
Following SCOTT PILGRIM, O'Malley goes for bold color and emotional depth.




-HIPHOP FAMILY TREE 1981-83, by Ed Piskor ⇧ _______
"...and you don't stop!"

-THE LATE CHILD And Other Animals, by Marguerite Van Cook and James Romberger _______
A deeply personal generational saga of surviving war, bureaucracy, and time's challenges.

-SERENITY: Leaves On The Wind, by Zack Whedon, Georges Jeanty, and Karl Story _______
With this volume, the SERENITY sequel comic finally recaptures the ensemble chemistry and dialogue of the FIREFLY TV series along with its frontier adventurism.

-TOMBOY, by Liz Prince _______
You are who you say, not who they say.




-HILDA AND THE BLACK HOUND, by Luke Pearson ⇧ _______
The beloved and smart HILDA series continues to bound full apace.

-BLACKSAD Amarillo, by Juan Diaz Canales and Juanjo Guarnido _______
Hardboiled detective yarns in a talking animal universe, with excellent art.

-THE SHADOW HERO, by Gene Luen Yang _______
A thoughtful and hilarious rethinking of what may have been the first Asian superhero of the Golden Age.


LITTLE NEMO, by Yuko Shimizu

-LITTLE NEMO: Dream Another Dream, by Various Artists (Locust Moon Press) ⇧ _______
An all-star cast of creators pays tribute to the wild dreamscapes of Winsor McCay's eternal comic strip masterpiece.






B E S T
C O L L E C T I O N S /
R E I S S U E S:






-MIRACLEMAN, Book 1: A Dream Of Flying, by Alan Moore, Garry Leach, and Alan Davis (Marvel) ⇧

-MIRACLEMAN, Book 2: The Red King Syndrome, by Alan Moore, Alan Davis, John Ridgeway, Chuck Beckum, and Rick Veitch (Marvel)


M I R A C L E M A N


In 1982 a new writer named Alan Moore entered British comics and immediately began revolutionizing and advancing the entire industry.

Just as Punk was driving Do-It-Yourself indie bands and labels to upend the music industry, indie creators and start-up publishers likewise expanded the horizons of the graphic storytelling medium. For the iconoclastic Warrior magazine Moore co-created V FOR VENDETTA with artist David Lloyd, challenging the repressive Thatcher regime with an anti-dystopian allegory for the ages. But also, he resurrected a Captain Marvel knock-off from the '50s called Marvelman.


Rather than the light kids fare of yore, in one genius stroke Moore reimagined the hero from the perspective of modern maturity, grounding the series with unparalleled realism, psychology, and social comment. O'Neill and Adams had first ushered the dawn of 'The New Relevancy' in comics with the political realism of their 1971 Green Lantern/ Green Arrow stories, and now Moore illuminated the next level. With the taut and detailed art of Garry Leach and then Alan Davis, Moore brought a new depth and breadth of sophistication in craft and subject matter to comics with this stealth series. This only increased exponentially with time across three arcs (Book 1, 2, and 3), where he deconstructed, reconstructed, challenged, and expanded the entire potential of superheroes specifically and the comics medium by extension.

All 'postmodern', 'deconstructed', and Mature comics since 1982 ripple directly off of the big bang of those Marvelman stories. No matter how removed you may feel from it, it is the star-stuff that composes nearly everything you have read and are now reading.

Moore was so successful so fast that DC Comics poached him in 1984, where his new masterpieces -SWAMP THING and WATCHMEN- changed everything universally. Many have heard of V FOR VENDETTA because DC kept it in print. But Marvelman -rechristened MIRACLEMAN in the United States- was out-of-print for decades because of greedy legals. (Looking at you, Todd.) Now, Marvel Comics has rectified this, with remastered art, new color, and the deluxe treatment it deserves.

That's your cue. Quality is timeless... it's time to catch up.

__________



-TREASURY OF AMERICAN PEN & INK ILLUSTRATION 1881-1938, by Various Artists (Dover) _______
The Golden Age of Illustration is the wellspring of all comics creators.

-THE ART OF THE SIMON AND KIRBY STUDIO, by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby (Abrams) _______
Simon and Kirby are the original power team of the Golden Age, inventing Captain America, Green Arrow, dynamic action, double-page spreads, Romance comics, and many more of the basics of the comics vocabulary.

-CREEPING DEATH FROM NEPTUNE: The Life and Comics of Basil Wolverton, Vol. 1, by Basil Wolverton (Fantagraphics) ⇧ _______
Similar to Fletcher Hanks, Wolverton was a touched genius no one knew how to use (until MAD magazine later channeled his brilliance).
These early stories are Exhibit A.

-The Complete ZAP COMIX, by Various Artists (Fantagraphics) _______
The epicenter of the Underground Comix quake, all here in your shaking hands.




-THE COLLECTOR, by Sergio Toppi (Archaia) _______
Every page by Toppi is a master class.

-TARZAN: Burne Hogarth's Lord of the Jungle, by Burne Hogarth (Dark Horse) _______
Generations of artists learned anatomy from Hogarth's figure drawing books. Here's why.

-THE INCAL, by Alejandro Jodorowsky and Moebius (Humanoids) _______
The entire series, which spanned the '80s, is compiled in this fine volume.
Jodorowsky. Moebius. Nuff said.

-ALIAS Omnibus, by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Gaydos (Marvel) _______
The entirety of where Jessica Jones began.

THE COLLECTOR, by Sergio Toppi



-ZENITH: Phase 1; and Phase 2, by Grant Morrison and Steve Yeowell (2000 AD) _______
A young Scottish upstart named Grant Morrison got his start, and DC's attention, here.
His metatextual mindtrip through multiversity began here, too, and he's been rewriting it ever better ever since.

-THE WALKING MAN, by Jiro Taniguchi (Ponent Mon Ltd) _______
Taniguchi's meditative stroll through the quiet joys and surprises of suburban Japanese neighborhoods.



-GUARDIANS OF THE LOUVRE, by Jiro Taniguchi (NBM) ⇧ _______
Beautiful watercolors and draftship.


_______________



WHERE WE COME FROM, Dept.

Explore the past to map the future.
Get with, get going.


-AMERICAN COMIC BOOK CHRONICLES: The 1970s, by Jason Sacks (TwoMorrows)
An ongoing series detailing each decade of hte comics revolution/re-evolution.






B E S T
M O V I E S
a n d
T V:



I write and illustrate reviews of all comics-sourced films at the Four Color Films site.


Graphic art by Tym Stevens


-CAPTAIN AMERICA: The Winter Soldier
> Four Color Films review

-X-MEN: Days of Future Past
> Four Color Films review

-AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2
> Four Color Films review

-SNOWPIERCER
> Four Color Films review

-GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY
> Four Color Films review


-THE FLASH, season 1

-CONSTANTINE, season 1


See also:
> BEST MOVIES & TV: 2014






B E S T
W E B C O M I C S :





- Strong Female Protagonist
Strength of character.

- The Nib
Fight The Power with laughter.

- Oh Joy Sex Toy
Catch the vibe.






R E S T
I N
P O W E R




"Judgment Day",
by Al Feldstein and Joe Orlando,
WEIRD FANTASY #8 (1953)

  • Al Feldstein

From you, we exist.
Because of you, we persist.




Nuff said, pilgrim. Excelsior!


© Tym Stevens



See also:

-FourColorFilms: THE Comics Film Review Site!


-BEST COMICS: 2000-2010
-BEST COMICS: 2011
-BEST COMICS: 2012
-BEST COMICS: 2013
-BEST COMICS: 2014
-BEST COMICS: 2015
-BEST COMICS: 2016
-BEST COMICS: 2017

-BEST MOVIES AND TV: 2000-2010
-BEST MOVIES AND TV: 2011
-BEST MOVIES AND TV: 2012
-BEST MOVIES AND TV: 2013
-BEST MOVIES AND TV: 2014
-BEST MOVIES AND TV: 2015
-BEST MOVIES AND TV: 2016
-BEST MOVIES AND TV: 2017


-BEST MUSIC: 2000-2010, with 3 Music Players
-BEST MUSIC: 2011, with 3 Music Players
-BEST MUSIC: 2012, with 3 Music Players
-BEST MUSIC: 2013, with 3 Music Players
-BEST MUSIC: 2014, with 3 Music Players
-BEST MUSIC: 2015, with 3 Music Players
-BEST MUSIC: 2016, with 3 Music Players
-BEST MUSIC: 2017, with 3 Music Players


-STARSTRUCK Strikes Back!
-STARSTRUCK: The Roots and Branches of Elaine Lee & Michael Kaluta's space opera
-How STAR WARS Is Changing Everything!

-THE CANON 1: 50 Books That Created Modern Pop Culture
-THE CANON 2: 50 More Books That Created Modern Pop Culture



Friday, November 24, 2017

BEST COMICS: 2013


BATWOMAN,
by J.H. Williams III



Shortcut links:
> Best Graphic Novel
> Best Comics
> Best Graphic Novels
> Best Collections/ Reprints
> Best Movies And TV

> Rest In Power






B E S T
G R A P H I C
N O V E L :




-NEMO: Heart Of Ice, by Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill

The first of a trilogy of spin-off tales from their LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY GENTLEMEN series, starring Nemo's daughter, the formidable Janni Dakkar.







B E S T
C O M I C S :




I M A G E



-SAGA, by Fiona Staples and Brian K. Vughan

It could have just been a Space Fantasy with attitude and done just fine. But, to our benefit, it is one of the most finely made stories being created, ever-challenging and surprising at every turn.




-NOWHERE MEN, by Eric Stephenson and Nate Bellegarde _______
What if a Beatlesque quartet of scientists changed the world, and then the apple started to rot from within?
Astute Speculative Fiction underlaid with many Rock music easter eggs.

-PRETTY DEADLY, by Kelly Sue DeConnick and Emma Rios _______
DeConnick (Captain Marvel, Bitch Planet) crafts a tense Horror Western emblazoned by inspired vistas of the excellent illustrator Emma RĂ­os.

-FATALE, by Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips _______
The hardboiled/horror continues from the crime comics duo.

-SATELLITE SAM, by Matt Fractin and Howard Chaykin _______
Matt Fraction (Sex Criminals) and Howard Chaykin (American Flagg). How perfect is that?
A murder mystery in the early-'50s dawn of TV, and the sex and corruption behind it.




-ROCKET GIRL, by Amy Reeder and Brandon Montclare _______
Amy's time-traveling hero in the '80s is a fast blast gas.





D A R K
H O R S E



-HELLBOY In Hell, by Mike Mignola _______
After long delay, and a fitful gestation, the ultimate saga of Hellboy comes to glowing consummation.





D C



-BATWOMAN, by Greg Rucka and J.H. Williams III _______
The Best of The Best.
Williams' art -clockwork layouts, chimerical styles, and graphic verve- is simply the pinnacle, without peer.
And the character, the fiercely resolute Kate Kane, is one of the best since Bill Finger defined Batman.

-WONDER WOMAN, by Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang _______
A hardboiled approach to Diana seems antithetical, and yet everything here works.
Terse dialogue and grand theatre are underscored by empathy and grace, brought to balance by sharp graphics and moody colors.




Timely Reminder, Dept.
  • WATCHMEN (1986) is a graphic novel by writer Alan Moore and artist Dave Gibbons, with color by John Higgins.
  • They are the sole creators of this original saga, despite a copyright swindle by the publisher.
  • This is a self-contained story, period.
  • Any other "before" or "after" supplements are a complete fraud perpetrated by the greedy and supported by the foolish.





M A R V E L



-HAWKEYE, by Matt Fraction and David Aja _______
Looks like BATMAN: YEAR ONE, acts like a Richard Linklater indie comedy.

-FF, by Matt Fraction and Mike Allred _______
These substitutes for the Fantastic Four bring back all of that Lee/Kirby goodness with some postmodern flair.

-SIF: Journey Into Mystery, by Kathryn Immonen and Valerio Schiti, + _______
The Mighty Sif kicks your Asgard.





V E R T I G O



Cover by Yuko Shimizu

-THE UNWRITTEN, by Mike Carey and Peter Gross _______
Not merely 'an adult Harry Potter', this partycrasher to the fine tradition of magickal Euro' eccentrics has plenty of tricks within its sleeves.

-ASTRO CITY, by Kurt Busiek and Brent Anderson, + Alex Ross _______
Like a KINGDOM COME from a parallel dimension.
The ever-reliable excellence of this alternate twist on the Golden and Silver Age classics transmits unremittingly.

-TOM STRONG And The Planet Of Peril, by Peter Hogan, Chris Sprouse, and Karl Story _______
Another solid sequel arc for Alan Moore's iconic hero.

-TRILLIUM, by Jeff Lamire _______







B E S T
G R A P H I C
N O V E L S :





-MARCH, Book One, by Congressman John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, and Nate Powell (Top Shelf) _______
The Civil Rights hero steps out in the first of a trilogy of tales about his storied life, and its unending relevance.




-THE FIFTH BEATLE, by Vivek J. Tiwary and Andrew C. Robinson, with Kyle Baker (M Press) _______
The Betles' manager, Brian Epstein, gets his full due in this meticulously researched and Mod art treasure.

-HIP HOP FAMILY TREE, Vol. 1: 1970s-1981, by Ed Piskor (Fantagraphics) _______
Piskor begins his herculean epic of the history of Rap with this fab fly confabulation.

-FANTASY BASKETBALL, by Sam Bosma _______
What SHAOLIN SOCCER (2001) did for movies, this throwdown hoedown does for the page.



-BATTLING BOY, by Paul Pope (Oni) _______
So it's Paul Pope, and there you go.

-THE PROPERTY, by Rutu Modan (Drawn & Quarterly) _______
The creator of EXIT WOUNDS explores family relations under trying and confusing times.

-SUNNY, by Taiyo Matsumoto (VIZ Media) _______
The poetry and chaos of life in personal glimpses.

-THE UNWRITTEN: Tommy Taylor and the Ship That Sank Twice, by Mike Carey and Peter Gross (Vertigo) _______
A sidebar book to the acclaimed Vertigo Comics series about the magic boy coming of age and to terms with his unwanted legacy.



-BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOR (English edition), by Julie Maroh (Arsenal Pulp Press)_______
In time for the film adaption, the 2010 love story gets a timely translation.






B E S T
C O L L E C T I O N S :





-SHARAZ-DE: Tales from the Arabian Nights, by Sergio Toppi (Boom Entertainment) _______
Every page by SERGIO TOPPI is a master class.
With effortless grace, he reimagines how to use layout, negative space, texture, and pacing in seemingly unlimited new ways, making novices of everyone while challenging them to try harder.
This is how it should be done.




-DAMES, DIVAS, AND DAREDEVILS: Lost Heroines of Golden Age Comics, by Mike Madrid (Exterminating Angel Press) _______
Because comics are for everybody. Get with.

-SIMON & KIRBY LIBRARY Science Fiction, by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby (Titan) _______
The Dynamic Duo of the Golden Age of Comics get a proper spotlight series of books.

-PHANTOM LADY, Volume 2 and 3, by Matt Baker; Jack Kamen, Alex Blum, + (Dynamite) _______
Matt Baker, the first African-American comics artist, made his fine name with his work on this late '40s/early '50s series.

-GENIUS, ILLUSTRATED: The Life and Art of Alex Toth (Book 2), by Dean Mullaney and Bruce Canwell (IDW) _______
Alex Toth is an artists' artist, a versatile crafter with particular skills in graphics and clean design.



-MADWOMAN OF THE SACRED HEART, by Alexandro Jodorowsky and Moebius (Humanoids) _______
Because Jodorowsky and Moebius.

-BATMAN Black And White, Edited by Mark Chiarello (DC) _______
The finest creators doing excellent noir work.

-Co-Mix, by Art Spiegelman (Drawn & Quarterly) _______
A career retrospective of the Pulitzer-winning creator of MAUS and co-creator of RAW magazine.

-SOLO: Deluxe Edition, Edited by Mark Chiarello (DC) _______
Individual story one-shots from key creators doing whatever they wanted to do most.


_______________



WHERE WE COME FROM, Dept.

Explore the past to map the future.
Get with, get going.


-THE GOLDEN AGE OF DC COMICS, by Paul Levitz (Taschen)

-THE SILVER AGE OF DC COMICS, by Paul Levitz (Taschen)



-AMERICAN COMIC BOOK CHRONICLES: The 1950s, by Bill Schelly (TwoMorrows)

-AMERICAN COMIC BOOK CHRONICLES: 1960-64, by John Wells (TwoMorrows)

-AMERICAN COMIC BOOK CHRONICLES: 1965-69, by John Wells (TwoMorrows)

-AMERICAN COMIC BOOK CHRONICLES: The 1970s, by Jason Sacks (> 2014, TwoMorrows)

-AMERICAN COMIC BOOK CHRONICLES: The 1980s, by Keith Dallas (TwoMorrows)






B E S T
M O V I E S
a n d
T V:



I write and illustrate reviews of all comics-sourced films at the Four Color Films site.

Digital painting by Tym Stevens


-BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOR
> Four Color Films review

-THOR 2: The Dark World
> Four Color Films review



-AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. 1 (TV)

See also:
> BEST MOVIES & TV: 2013






R E S T
I N
P O W E R



Nick Cardy did all of the classic covers
for DC in the late-'60s and early-'70s.

  • Nick Cardy
  • Carmine Infantino
  • Kim Thompson

From you, we exist.
Because of you, we persist.




Nuff said, pilgrim. Excelsior!


© Tym Stevens



See also:

-FourColorFilms: THE Comics Film Review Site!

-BEST COMICS: 2000-2010
-BEST COMICS: 2011
-BEST COMICS: 2012
-BEST COMICS: 2013
-BEST COMICS: 2014
-BEST COMICS: 2015
-BEST COMICS: 2016
-BEST COMICS: 2017

-BEST MOVIES AND TV: 2000-2010
-BEST MOVIES AND TV: 2011
-BEST MOVIES AND TV: 2012
-BEST MOVIES AND TV: 2013
-BEST MOVIES AND TV: 2014
-BEST MOVIES AND TV: 2015
-BEST MOVIES AND TV: 2016
-BEST MOVIES AND TV: 2017

-BEST MUSIC: 2000-2010, with 3 Music Players
-BEST MUSIC: 2011, with 3 Music Players
-BEST MUSIC: 2012, with 3 Music Players
-BEST MUSIC: 2013, with 3 Music Players
-BEST MUSIC: 2014, with 3 Music Players
-BEST MUSIC: 2015, with 3 Music Players
-BEST MUSIC: 2016, with 3 Music Players
-BEST MUSIC: 2017, with 3 Music Players

-STARSTRUCK Strikes Back!
-STARSTRUCK: The Roots and Branches of Elaine Lee & Michael Kaluta's space opera
-How STAR WARS Is Changing Everything!

-THE CANON 1: 50 Books That Created Modern Pop Culture
-THE CANON 2: 50 More Books That Created Modern Pop Culture



Tuesday, November 21, 2017

THANKSGIVING!: A Rock'n'Soul Music Player


The Ultimate
THANKSGIVING
Music Player!



Spotify playlist title=
THANKSGIVING!: Rock'n'Soul Playlist

This is a Spotify player. Join up for free here.


Share thanks and gratitude
with a feast of friends!


Ella Fitzgerald, Elvis, Nina Simone,
The Beatles, Otis Redding, Stevie Wonder,
Sam and Dave, Led Zeppelin,
Sly And The Family Stone, Nick Drake,
Bob Dylan, Big Star,
Earth Wind and Fire, Isley Brothers,
Talking Heads, Bob Marley, The Damned,
The Flaming Lips, Jane's Addiction,
Beastie Boys, Neil Young,
Gal Costa, Bad Brains, Mavis Staples,
Bjork, Kelis, Dengue Fever,
and many more guests!



© Tym Stevens



See Also:
-The Real History of Rock and Soul!: A Music Player Checklist

-DIA DE LOS MUERTOS and HALLOWEEN Rock En Espanol, with 2 Music Players

-HALLOWEEN!, with Music Player


Wednesday, November 1, 2017

DIA DE LOS MUERTOS: A Rock Music Player


2 Music Players!

  • DIA DE LOS MUERTOS: A Rock Playlist
  • HALLOWEEN Rock En Espanol

art © Tym Stevens



1


D I A
D E
L O S
M U E R T O S

Spotify playlist title=
DIA DE LOS MUERTOS: A Rock Playlist

This is a Spotify player. Join up for free here.

A spirited range of rockers (and some ballads) wildly celebrating the Day Of The Dead,
in order from 1960 to Today.


"'Til Death Do Us Part",
art © Federico Archuleta



2


H A L L O W E E N
E N
E S P A N O L

Spotify playlist title=
HALLOWEEN Rock En Espanol

This is a Spotify player. Join up for free here.


Rockabilly! Garage Rock! Psychedelic!
Rock! Surf! Alternative!
and more!

A frenzied fiesta of Halloween rockers en espanol, in order from 1960 to Today.



© Tym Stevens



See Also:
-The Real History of Rock and Soul!: A Music Player Checklist


-THANKSGIVING!, with Music Player

-HALLOWEEN!: A Rock'n'Soul Music Player