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Tag Archives: Darkwing Duck
The Latest and (Mostly) Greatest #25
All right folks, I’ve decided to change it up a little bit. I’m gunna go about these the way Phil does, talk about what I want, when I want to, then recommend some stuff at the end. Let’s see if this is any better. Let’s do this! Grodd of War #1 Writer: Sean Ryan Artist: Ig Guara Deadman and the Flying Graysons #1 Writer: JT Krul Artist: Mikel Janin Legion of Doom #1 Writer: Adam Glass Artist: Rodney Buchemi Wonder Woman & The Furies #1 Writer: Abnett and Lanning Artist: Scott Clark Three minis and a one-shot for all your … Continue reading
Posted in Reviews Tagged Alpha Flight, Crossed, Darkwing Duck, Flashpoint, Jack Kirby, Northlanders, Wonder Woman Leave a comment
The Latest and (Mostly) Greatest #23
All right folks, amidst packing for a California trip, watching way too much of The Shield, and playing too many video games, I’ve taken time out of my busy schedule to get these reviews to you. You’re welcome! Let’s do this! My Top 5 (5 Best Comics of the Week) Tiny Titans #40 Writer/Artist: Art Baltazar and Franco So here’s the deal. The current Teen Titans series isn’t very good, and it’s almost reached 100 issues. This series has only 40% of that right now and probably 40 times as much quality. This is the kind of comic that you … Continue reading
Posted in Reviews Tagged Alpha Flight, Batman, Booster Gold, Darkwing Duck, Deadpool, Hellblazer, Heroes for Hire, Iron Man, Outsiders, Rocketeer, Thunderbolts, Tiny Titans, Uncanny X-force, X-factor 1 Comment
The Latest and (Mostly) Greatest #21
Let the records show, I finished this early. It’s going to be a very busy weekend, but I can’t fail you humble readers! Let’s do this! My Top Five (The Five Best Comics of the Week) Dark Horse Presents #1 writers/artists: Various So yeah, this was really, really rad. It starts with a pretty good Concrete story, “heads” to a strange Howard Chaykin story, and “leads” to a weird Neal Adams story. And that’s just the first 25 pages. AND THERE ARE 80 TOTAL. The Adams story is, of course, weird cuz’ he’s written it (oy vey.) There were also … Continue reading
The Latest and (Mostly) Greatest #10 By Dan!
Oh holy crap! We’ve already done ten of these? Can you believe it? My Top Five (The Five Best Comics of the Week) Batman Inc. #1 Writer: Grant Morrison Artist: Yanick Paquette Any comic that starts with the lines “Where are my hands?” and gets replied with “They are in Hell! Waiting for the Rest of you!” really is immediately sold to me. Let’s be real here folks, you knew I was going to like this. And dear God did I ever. It had basically everything I wanted right from the sweet JG Jones cover (not pictured). It was in … Continue reading
Posted in Reviews Tagged Astounding Wolf-man, Avengers, Batman, Darkwing Duck, David Lapham, DC, Deadpool Max, Flash, Free Comic Book Day, Geoff Johns, grant Morrison, Green Lantern, Hellblazer, Hellboy Double Feature, Marvel, Northlanders, Osborn, Richard Corben, Superman, Superman/Batman, The Return, Thunderbolts, Yanick Leave a comment
The Latest and (Mostly) Greatest #6 by Dan!
Do you ever just get really sick and tired of reviewing comics? Cause I don’t! Let’s do this! My Top Five (The Five Best Comics of the Week) Secret Avengers #5 Writer: Ed Brubaker Artists: Michael Lark and David Aja What do you do when your superstar artist takes an issue off? You bring in two of the sweetest possibly fill-in artists to come and do the job. Both Aja (Iron Fist) and Lark (Daredevil & Gotham Central) have worked with Brubaker before, and they pick up right where they left off in terms of quality. An absolutely fascinating back-story … Continue reading
Posted in DC, Marvel, Reviews Tagged Avengers, Avengers Academy, Brian Michael Bendis, Brightest Day, Daredevil, Darkwing Duck, DC, Ed Brubaker, Fantastic Four, Flash, G I Combat, Geoff Johns, Green Lantern Corps, Hit Monkey, Hulk, Iron Fist, Jim steranko, John Romita Jr, Judd Winick, Justice League Generation Lost, Justice League of America, Mark Millar, Marvel, Muppet Show, Nemesis, Nick Fury, Power Girl, Red Hulk, Secret Avengers, Shadowland Moon Knight, Simpsons Treehouse of Horror, Steve McNiven, Thor, Ultimate Spider-man, Uncanny x-men 1 Comment