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After I wrote this — but before I posted it — we got the news that Gene Colan died on Thursday, at the age of 84. His comics career spanned almost 70 years, and he was certainly well-established at Marvel when the ten-year-old me, 45 years ago, was awestruck at his work on Daredevil and the Iron Man stories in Tales of Suspense. Add in his Dr. Strange work, his Captain America, his work on two of the best comics of the ’70s — Tomb of Dracula and Howard the Duck — his ’80s work on Batman and indie books, … Continue reading
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
I’m going to be completely honest with you people. I am exhausted. Add to that the fact that this was an especially light week and you’re gunna get the internet’s quickest, yet still strangely, awesome-est (not a word, I know) reviews! Let’s Do This! My Top Five (The 5 Best Comics of the Week) Thor the Mighty Avenger #8 Writer: Roger Langridge Artist: Chris Samnee And with this, the best comic that none of you were actually reading comes to a close. I don’t even know what to tell you guys. This was probably one of the best books on … Continue reading
This was a shortened week, so forgive me for this rush. Just means I’ll be cramming in sarcasm by the boatload! My Top Five (The Five Best Comics of the Week) Jonah Hex #62 Writers: Justin Gray Jimmy Palmiotti Artist: Eduardo Risso This issue was so very pretty. Risso has his distinct style that just worked perfectly for this issue. It’s amazing to me that it’s taken 62 issues for him to get involved in the Hex mythos. Hell, it’s amazing that this title has lasted 62 issues. But it’s been all about the writing team. Gray and Palmiotti have … Continue reading