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Phil’s Reviews: Stuff I Bought #412
Amazing Spider-Man #25 — (Main Story): Writer: Dan Slott; Pencils: Stuart Immonen; Inks: Wade von Grawbadger; Colors: Marte Gracia Spider-Man #14 — Writer: Brian Michael Bendis; Art: Sara Pichelli; Colors: Justin Ponsor Ms. Marvel #16 — Writer: G. Willow Wilson; Art: Takeshi Miyazawa; Colors: Ian Herring The Mighty Thor #17 — Writer: Jason Aaron; Art: Russell Dauterman; Colors: Matthew Wilson Patsy Walker, AKA Hellcat #16 — Writer: Kate Leth; Art: Brittney L. Williams; Colors: Rachelle Rosenberg Only five Marvel books, six DCs, and fifteen indy books (including nine just from Image) on tap this week, but let’s start with the … Continue reading
Posted in New Comics, Reviews Tagged American Gods, Batman, Batwoman, Box Office Poison, Casanova, Cave Carson, Coady and the Creepers, East of West, God Country, Head Lopper, Hellboy, Hellcat, I Hate Fairyland, Injection, Island, Kill or be Killed, Ms. Marvel, Sex Criminals, Spider-man, Spook House, Super Sons, Superman, Thor, Vampirella, Wildstorm Leave a comment
Phil’s Reviews: Stuff I Bought #408
The Mighty Thor #16 — Writer: Jason Aaron; Art: Russell Dauterman; Colors: Matthew Wilson Invincible Iron Man #4 — Writer: Brian Michael Bendis; Art: Stefano Caselli; Colors: Marte Gracia Spider-Man #13 — Writer: Brian Michael Bendis; Art: Sara Pichelli; Colors: Justin Ponser Hellcat! #15 — Writer: Kate Leth; Art: Brittney L. Williams; Colors: Rachelle Rosenberg Lumberjanes #35 — Writers: Shannon Watters and Kat Leyh; Art: Caroline Nowak; Colors: Maarta Laiho In Mighty Thor, the Jane Foster Thor, having been kidnapped by the Shi’ar, is taken to the gods of that race, where they inform her of their omnipotence and demonstrate … Continue reading
Posted in New Comics, Reviews Tagged Archie, Batman, Batwoman, Captain America, Cave Carson, Cerebus, Dept.H., Doctor Strange, Hellcat, Iron Man, Kill or be Killed, Lumberjanes, Monsters Unleashed, Sex Criminals, Spider-man, Super Sons, Thor, Uber Leave a comment
Phil’s Reviews: Stuff I Bought #283
Week three of DC’s moving-cover extravaganza brings ten more comics; this week, you don’t even have to click on the covers to see them move (assuming I embedded them correctly…)! Justice League #1 — Writer: Jeff Lemire; Art: Jed Dougherty This is the conclusion to a two-parter started over in Justice League United last week, wherein a super-villain prison on Mars (wardened by the Martian Manhunter) has a breakout, courtesy of a very powerful and crazy Captain Atom, and the Futures End version of the Justice League (plus a couple of members of the Legion of Super-Heroes) have to fight … Continue reading
Posted in New Comics, Reviews Tagged Batman, Batwoman, Deadly Class, Future's End, Green Lantern, Justice League, Multiversity, Red Hood, Satellite Sam, Shadow, Spider-man, Supreme, Teen Titans, Trees, Wicked and the Divine, Wonder Woman, X-men Leave a comment
The Latest and (Mostly) Greatest #49 by Dan!
What’s this?! Two weeks in a row!? How dare I… Yup that’s right, Phil’s out this week, so you’re getting a good-ol’ fashioned double-dose of Dan. Let’s do this! Fury Max #2 Writer: Garth Ennis Artist: Goran Parlov Hey! Remember all those reasons you like Garth Ennis comics? And remember how you think when he resorts to fart jokes you find yourself just a little disappointed cuz’ you know he can do better? Well, this right here is where he does better. It’s Ennis telling a straight-up war story, with Nick Fury acting as any of a million different war characters you’ve … Continue reading
Posted in Reviews Tagged Adventure Time, Avengers, Batwoman, Captain America, Catwoman, Conan, Hellblazer, Iron Man, Nick Fury, Wonder Woman, X-men Leave a comment
It Came From the Back Room #42
Standard recap: I’m slowly going through AABC’s one-million-plus back-issue room, restocking the boxes on the sales floor and pulling stuff to sell as discount/overstock/special items (these are featured at the discount racks at the west end of the store for a couple of weeks after each post, and then go to the discount racks on the east end of the store for a few weeks, and then disappear into our warehouses, so get them while you can). I’m going through the alphabet backwards (don’t ask), and at my speed (especially with the school semester in full gear), this amounts to … Continue reading
Posted in Comics History, DC, News & Promos, Reviews Tagged Batman, Batwoman, Detective Comics, Ed Brubaker, Greg Rucka, J.H. Williams III, Paul Dini, Scott Snyder Leave a comment