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Phil’s Reviews: Stuff I Bought #306

Spider-Gwen #1 — Writer: Jason Latour;  Art: Robbi Rodriguez;  Colors: Rico Renzi Curb Stomp #1 (of 4) — Writer: Ryan Ferrier;  Art: Devaki Neogi;  Colors: Neil Lalonde The Black Hood #1 — Writer: Duane Swierczynski;  Art: Michael Gaydos;  Colors: Kelly Fitzpatrick Criminal: Special Edition #1 (of 1) — Writer: Ed Brubaker;  Art: Sean Phillips;  Colors: Elizabeth Breitweiser Prince Valiant #1 — Writer: Nate Cosby;  Art: Ron Salas;  Colors: Luigi Anderson Suiciders #1 — Writer/Artist: Lee Bermejo;  Colors: Matt Hollingsworth Orphan Black #1 — Writers: Graeme Manson and John Fawcett with Jody Houser;  Art: Szymon Kudransky;  Colors: Mat Lopes After a … Continue reading

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The Latest and (Mostly) Greatest #29

Watching Breaking Bad leads to a very odd set of reviews. There’s something about meth that just puts ya in the mind frame. They’re not rocks folks, they’re minerals. Let’s do this! Hellboy: The Fury #3 Writer: Mike Mignola Artist: Duncan Fegredo SPOILER! Hey! Hellboy’s dead now. So there’s that. This whole story led to a grand conclusion that send Hellboy to… Hell. Oddly Enough. The whole point of Mignola’s universe of characters is the journey. Every story links up to form this giant beautiful continuity that actually is not inaccessible for new readers. Consistently having Fegredo provide his off-kilter … Continue reading

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The Latest and (Mostly) Greatest #28

And just like that we’re back folks. I survived San Diego, and only lost a finger! (joke). Let’s do this. (head’s up, I didn’t review League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. That pretentious mess is not for me. ((cue internet explosion))) Secret Wariors 28 Writer: Jonathan Hickman Artist: Alessandro Vitti So Secret Warriors comes to its logical conclusion with more of a whimper than you might expect. However, when you think about it in the long run, it’s not that unexpected. This title has been running along with its usual flair for the dramatic, so a subdued final issue is to be … Continue reading

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