Tag Archives: Pearl

Phil’s Reviews: Stuff I Bought #508

Uncanny X-Men Annual #1 — Writer: Ed Brisson;  Art: Carlos Gomez;  Colors: Guru-eFX Guardians of the Galaxy #1 (Legacy #151) — Writer: Donny Cates;  Art: Geoff Shaw;  Colors: Marte Gracia War Is Hell #1 — Creators: Howard Chaykin and Edgar Delgado;  Phillip Kennedy Johnson, Alberto Alburquerque and Andres Mossa Crypt of Shadows #1 — Writer: Al Ewing;  Art: Garry Brown, Stephen Green and Djibril Morissette-Phan;  Colors: Chris O’Halloran The Immortal Hulk #12 (Legacy #729) — Writer: Al Ewing;  Pencils: Joe Bennett;  Inks: Ruy Jose;  Flashback art: Eric Nguyen;  Colors: Paul Mounts Uncanny X-Men Annual is a Cyclops-centric story explaining how … Continue reading

Posted in New Comics, Reviews | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Phil’s Reviews: Stuff I Bought #499

Love and Rockets #6 — Creators: Gilbert and Jaime Hernandez Go-Bots #1 — Creator: Tom Scioli Rick and Morty Presents: Pickle Rick #1 (of 1) — Writer: Delilah S. Dawson;  Art: CJ Cannon;  Colors: Brittany Peer Middlewest #1 — Writer: Skottie Young;  Art: Jorge Corona;  Colors: Jean-Francois Beaulieu Dick Tracy #2 — Writers: Lee and Michael Allred;  Pencils: Rich Tommaso;  Inks: Michael Allred;  Colors: Laura Allred Exorsisters #2 — Writer: Ian Boothby;  Art: Gisele Lagace;  Colors: Pete Pantazis Black Badge #4 — Writer: Matt Kindt;  Art: Tyler Jenkins;  Colors: Hilary Jenkins Burn-Outs #3 — Writer: Dennis Culver;  Art: Geoffo;  Colors: … Continue reading

Posted in New Comics, Reviews | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Phil’s Reviews: Stuff I Bought #494

Shuri #1 (of 6?) — Writer: Nnedi Okorafor;  Art: Leonardo Romero;  Colors: Jordie Bellaire The Unstoppable Wasp #1 — Writer: Jeremy Whitley;  Art/Colors: Gurihiru X-Men Black — Mystique #1 (of 1) — Writer: Seanan McGuire;  Art: Marco Failla;  Colors: Jesus Aburtov Shuri is a solo mini-series about the Black Panther’s techno-genius younger sister; Okorafor, the writer,  an American-born daughter to two Nigerian immigrants, has a better background to write realistic, strong African women than most, and Leonardo Romero’s art, in the school of Chris Samnee and David Aja, is attractive and open and meticulous, with every line in place.  Add … Continue reading

Posted in New Comics, Reviews | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment