Updated on 16 October, 2021
Hamilton Comics has produced some of my favorite comic books. I first discovered Hamilton on a website that had a comic book section and a list of all their recent releases. Do you enjoy this article? Consider becoming a writer for Hamilton Comics. "You may have seen me in a magazine, playing with a pencil, drawing comics. Now, I'm a published author."
"At last, it is here! It is Hamilton Comics #3. Issue #3 includes a number of exciting one-shots, plus an additional 30 pages of inside content. Please enjoy, and consider becoming a Hamilton Comics writer/artist." - Karen Wise
"In this Hamilton Comics third issue, titled Hamilton's Way, the ruffians of St. Paul's Cathedral clash with the sweet and aristocratic patrons of the Museum of Modern Art." These are just a few of the thirty-one different artists who have contributed to Hamilton's comic books title. ( Hamilton's Way #3)
"Ridges of steel and smoke and sulfur and fire...it's a perfect set up for a Hamilton Comics one-shot. In these Hamilton Comics third issues, we explore the relationship between Ridges and the Power Rangers." "It was a fantastic and exciting thing for me to work on this book. It allows Hamilton to explore things he hasn't been able to do, which is always good. The writers do a fabulous job of making the book entertaining."
"There's something about Hamilton that I love - his sense of humor and his ability to draw powerful, funny people. People have always identified with him and it's something I try to bring out in my comics." "I think he has great comedic timing, which comes from experience as a stand-up comic. I love his dialogue and his ability to draw an audience into himself."
"One of Hamilton's strengths is his writing. I feel that he can really call his own shots when it comes to scripting his stories. I've enjoyed Hamilton's run as a comic." " Hamilton's humorous takes on current events and social situations is something I enjoy. I'm hoping he continues to write funny and meaningful comics for years to come."
" Hamilton has a knack for coming up with amazing one-liners and, coupled with his wonderful drawing skills, he uses those words to bring life to his characters. There's something wonderfully charming about Hamilton. He brings Hamilton to life and makes you feel like you're right there in the midst of his world." " Comics are all about having an impact on others' lives, whether you're creating them or reading them. Hamilton brings that impact to readers, and that impact is infectious."
Hamilton's first year of Hamilton on Hamilton: The Complete Adventures is collecting dust. But don't let the dust settle in his fan's eyes. You'll want to jump back into the Hamilton universe again. Hamilton's work is not only timeless, it's a never-ending source of entertainment. So lock up your tickets and don't miss out on Hamilton!
"I first became familiar with Hamilton when he was a guest star on one of my shows. I found him to be charming and personable. I have a soft spot in my heart for all of Hamilton's achievements, whether it's the books, the musical or the one-man show. I'm always happy to see him because he brings some really great talent to the screen."
"I am a huge fan of both the musical and the series. I think the show did a great job of capturing the cultural aspect of our nation. Hamilton is one of the few Americans who truly believes in the American dream - a striving country that gives everyone an opportunity to live his or her own dream." " Hamilton is a great American tale of overcoming obstacles and breaking stereotypes. It's also a beautiful ode to our great nation and the sacrifices that have been made."
"I just can't get enough Hamilton. I started reading it when it was just out, and I still have many of the comics. I love everything about it. Hamilton is one of those types of comic that isn't perfect - there's no way to write it realistically. But that doesn't mean that it isn't brilliant, either."
" Hamilton is a modern creation - a hip, interesting, intelligent creation that manages to be politically timely while still being fun and entertaining. For me, Hamilton is pure theater. I don't see it as a work of creative literature. I see it as one of the greatest works of pop culture and theater that has ever been made."