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Posted in News and Events Tagged Alan Moore, DC 52, Image, Joe Kubert, Neil Gaiman, Prequel, Spawn, Straczynski, The Watchmen, Todd McFarlane Leave a comment
Phil’s Reviews: Stuff I Bought #202
Ultimate Fallout #4 (of 6) — Writers: Brian Michael Bendis, Jonathan Hickman, Nick Spencer; Art: Sara Pichelli, Salvador Larroca, Clayton Crain This is the book that features the debut of the new, multiracial Ultimate Spider-Man. It’s only eight pages (the other parts involve Ultimate Reed Richards escaping the negative zone, and Val Cooper talking to a reporter who’s about to break a big story), but it’s gotten Marvel all the publicity it could have hoped for. Is it any good? Eight pages isn’t enough to tell; one downside for me was that the new guy’s Spidey dialogue is exactly the … Continue reading
Posted in New Comics, Reviews Tagged Bendis, Flashpoint, Hero Comics 2011, Infinite, Jonah Hex, Kirkman, Liefeld, Neil Gaiman, Rachel Rising, Secret Six, Terry Moore, Ultimate Spider-man, Usagi Yojimbo Leave a comment
Phil’s Reviews: Stuff I Bought #182
Hellboy/Beasts of Burden #1 (of 1) — Writers: Evan Dorkin with Mike Mignola; Art: Jill Thompson Alan put this book out as my contribution to the “Pick Hits” wall for the week without even asking, because he knows how much I love Dorkin and Thompson’s spook-chasing critters, and this crossover with Hellboy (with Mignola providing the Big Red Demon’s dialog) doesn’t disappoint: same clever bits, same effective characterization, same refusal to go for the easy cuteness, same wonderful, award-winning art. If you’ve never encountered Beasts of Burden before, this is a great intro, and a perfect Hallowe’en present; if you … Continue reading
Posted in New Comics, Reviews Tagged Action Comics, Avengers, Beasts of Burden, Bendis, Billy the Kid, Brubaker, Captain America, Eric Powell, Evan Dorkin, Goon, Hellboy, Incognito, Jack of Fables, Jill Thompson, Kyle Hotz, Lex Luthor, Master of Kung Fu, Mike Mignola, Millar, Neil Gaiman, Sean Phillips, Secret Avengers, Superman, Ultimate Avengers, Ultimate Spider-man, vampires, X-men Leave a comment