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Phil’s Reviews: Stuff I Bought #333
Still nine Secret Wars tie-ins this week, but we’re starting to see a light at the end of the tunnel, since two of them actually conclude; over on the DC side, the flood of new titles has settled considerably (only Bombshells made it to my “buy” stack this week), but that just leaves more room for a number of cool indy titles, including Casanova, Brian K. Vaughan’s US/Canadian war comic We Stand On Guard, Rich Tommaso’s almost-an-underground Dark Corridor, a new Jeff Lemire book, a new Minimum Wage, and the usual good comics from people named Moore (Alan and Terry, … Continue reading
Posted in New Comics, Reviews Tagged Age of Ultron, Apocalypse, Bombshells, Casanova, Dark Corridor, Deadpool, Hulk, Minimum Wage, Mockingbird, Plutona, Providece, Secret Wars, Spider-man, Thanos, Thor Daredevil, War Stories, We Stand on Guard Leave a comment
Phil’s Reviews: Stuff I Bought #331
Whew — fifteen Secret Wars tie-ins from Marvel this week, plus eight third issues from DC’s recent new books, plus the usual other cool stuff. Let’s see: Secret Wars: Age of Ultron vs. Marvel Zombies #3 (of 4) — Writer: James Robinson; Art: Steve Pugh; Colors: Jim Charalampidis Secret Wars: Armor Wars #4 (of 5) — Writer: James Robinson; Art: Marcio Takara; Colors: Esther Sanz Secret Wars: Captain Britain and the Mighty Defenders #2 (of 2) — Writer: Al Ewing; Pencils: Alan Davis; Inks: Mark Farmer; Colors: Wil Quintana Secret Wars: 1872 #2 (of 3) — Writer: Gerry Duggan; Art: … Continue reading
Posted in New Comics, Reviews Tagged 1872, Age of Ultron, Amazing Spider-man, Archie, Armor Wars, Astro City, Bizarro, Black Canary, Doctor Fate, Doomed, Groo, Harley Quinn, House of M, Howard the Human, Inferno, Island, Justice League, Loki, Martian Manhunter, Robin, Runaways, Secret Six, Secret Wars, Stray Bullets, Superman, Trees, Weirdworld, X-Tinction Agenda Leave a comment
Phil’s Reviews: Stuff I Bought #328
Besides Marvel’s usual Secret Wars entries (this is going to be over soon — right, guys? Guys…?), DC releases a number of annuals this week (a traditional midsummer move), and then there are the usual cool indy books, including new issues of Casanova, Sex Criminals, Low, Powers and Sabrina. Let’s look…. Secret Wars: Age of Ultron vs. Marvel Zombies #2 (of 4) — Writer: James Robinson; Art: Steve Pugh; Colors: Jim Charalampidis Secret Wars: Deadpool’s Secret Secret Wars #3 (of 4) — Writer: Cullen Bunn; Art: Matteo Lolli; Colors: Ruth Redmond Secret Wars: M.O.D.O.K.: Assassin #3 (of 5) — Writer: … Continue reading
Phil’s Reviews: Stuff I Bought #323
Eight Secret Wars tie-ins, but only three DC first issues, make this a smaller week than the last few, but there are still plenty of comics to talk about. Don’t try to buy them at the All About Books and Comics at 5060 North Central, though, because it no longer exists — instead, come to the brand-new All About, right around the corner at 24 West Camelback, starting July 1st, and marvel at the amazing job everyone’s done to create the best-looking place to buy comics (combined with, obviously, the best selection of old and new issues) in the whole state! Secret … Continue reading
Posted in New Comics, Reviews Tagged Age of Ultron, Ant-Man, Batgirl, Daredevil, E Is for Extinction, Empire, Green Lantern, Infinity Gauntlet, Justice League 3001, Korvac Saga, Loki, M.O.D.O.K. Assassin, Marvel Zombies, Planet Hulk, Secret Wars, Superman, The Fade-Out, We Are Robin, Where Monsters Dwell, X-Men '92 Leave a comment
The Latest and (Mostly) Greatest #79 by Dan!
And I’m back! It’s been so very long since you’ve heard from me, but I’m back in action. Let’s do this! Justice League Dark #22 Writer: Jeff Lemire Artist: Mikel Janin Constantine #5 Writer: Ray Fawkes Artist: Renato Guedes I’m starting to think I’m a little burnt out on all the DC events that go down. That’s not to say this one is bad. Things are actually happening and moving right along, but I just kinda don’t care anymore. The Justice League, Justice League of America and Justice League Dark all officially run into each other while trying to deal … Continue reading