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Phil’s Reviews: Stuff I Bought #218
Saga #1 — Writer: Brian K. Vaughan; Art: Fiona Staples Vaughan’s last extended series was Y: The Last Man, so he’s got a reputation to uphold, and this debut issue does so nicely: it’s a fantasy/Star Wars/Romeo and Juliet mashup, with all the sprawl its name implies — but this first issue focuses very tightly on just two characters, and the third one they produce. It’s very well done, and Staples brings enormous talent to the drawing: she’s just the kind of artist I admire, able to work with small human expressions and double-page city-destroying splashes (with giant turtles added!) … Continue reading
Posted in New Comics, Reviews Tagged Avengers, Becky Cloonan, Brian K. Vaughan, Brian Michael Bendis, Brian Wood, Buffy, Conan, Crossed, Fantastic Four, Fiona Staples, Garth Ennis, Journey into Mystery, Kieron Gillen, Powers, Saga, Shade, Wolverine, X-men Leave a comment
The Latest and (Mostly) Greatest #15 by Dan!
All right folks! It was a seriously huge week, so let’s get down to business! My Top 5 (The 5 Best Comics of the Week) Fantastic Four #587 Writer: Jonathan Hickman, Artist: Steve Epting I am shocked. I really have not cared about the Hickman FF run at all. I found it boring, pretentious and convoluted. Then the last six pages of this issue happened. I know that you’ve probably all heard about the death, but I don’t feel like spoiling it. Just know that it was in a super bad-ass take no prisoners, kicking and screaming kinda way, adding … Continue reading
Posted in Reviews Tagged Avengers, Batman, Brian Wood, Captain America, Captain Marvel, Detective Comics, Doom, Ed Brubaker, Fantastic Four, Green Arrow, Human Torch, Magneto, New Avengers, New York Five, Secret Avengers, Shazam, The Thing, Thor, Thunderbolts, Ultimate Avengers, Uncanny X-force, Wonder Woman, X-force, X-men 1 Comment
Phil’s Reviews — Stuff I Bought #185
Fables #100 — Writer: Bill Willingham; Pencils: Mark Buckingham; Inks: Steve Leialoha and Andrew Pepoy … but wait, there’s more — and rightly so, since the price of this book is $10.00. Still, in addition to the 63-page main story, a huge magical battle with Willingham’s typical closely-plotted strategy and tactics and Buckingham’s lush, imaginative art, there’s: a nine-page short story written by Buckingham and illustrated by Willingham (everyone forgets that he got his start on Elementals as both a scripter and artist) that seeds a major plot development for future issues, 16 pages of various short pieces written by … Continue reading
Posted in New Comics, Reviews Tagged Adam Hughes, Avengers, B.P.R.D., Becky Cloonan, Bendis, Brian Wood, Buckingham, Campbell, Danger Girl, Davis, Echo, Fables, Girl Genius, Joe Benitez, Lady Mechanika, Matt Fraction, Mignola, Northlanders, steampunk, Terry Moore, Thor, Willingham Leave a comment
The Latest and (Mostly) Greatest #2 by Dan!
After some much needed post-San Diego Comic-Con rest, I’m back for a HUGE week of comics. Lots to talk about, and plenty to say, so here we go! My Top Five (The Five Best Comics of the Week) Time Lincoln: Fists of Fuhrer #1 Writer/Artist: Fred Perry I cannot stress this enough: Time Lincoln is awesome. If you have any problems with Abraham Lincoln firing a laser gun at winged nazis to help get Ben Franklin to save Albert Einstein, then we can’t be friends. To think that this is one guy doing all the work (both story and art) is … Continue reading
Posted in DC, Marvel, New Comics, News and Events, Reviews Tagged 7 Psychopaths, Batgman Widening Gyre, Brian Wood, Buzzard, Deadpool Team-Up, Doug Mahnke, Ed Brubaker, Fear Agent, Flash, Franken-Castle, Geoff Johns, Georges Jeanty, grant Morrison, Green Arrow, Green Lantern, J.T. Krull, Jason Aaron, Judd Winick, Justice League Generation Lost, keith Giffen, Mike Deodato, Northlanders, Outsiders, Punishermax, Rasl, Return of Bruce Wayne, Rick Remender, Sean Phillips, Secret Avengers, Steve Dillon, Thor, Time Lincoln: Fists of Fuher, Western, Wonder Woman Leave a comment