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Secret Wars: Captain Marvel and the Carol Corps #4 (of 4) — Writers: Kelly Sue DeConnick and Kelly Thompson; Art: Laura Braga with Paolo Pantalena; Colors: Lee Loughridge Secret Wars: 1872 #3 (of 4) — Writer: Gerry Duggan; Art: Nik Virella; Colors: Lee Loughridge Secret Wars: Inhumans: Attilan Rising #5 (of 5) — Writer: Charles Soule; Pencils: John Timms; Inks: Roberto Poggi; Colors: Frank D’Armata Secret Wars: Runaways #4 (of 4) — Writer: Noelle Stevenson; Art: Sanford Greene with Noelle Stevenson; Colors: John Rauch Secret Wars: Weirdworld #4 (of 5) — Writer: Jason Aaron; Art: Mike del Mundo; Colors: del … Continue reading
Secret Wars: Captain Marvel and the Carol Corps #3 (of 4) — Writers: Kelly Sue DeConnick and Kelly Thompson; Art: David Lopez; Colors: Lee Loughridge Secret Wars: Civil War #3 (of 4) — Writer: Charles Soule; Pencils: Leinil Francis Yu; Inks: Gerry Alanguilan; Colors: Sunny Gho Deadpool’s Secret Secret Wars #4 (of 4) — Writer: Cullen Bunn; Art: Matteo Lolli and Matteo Buffagni; Colors: Ruth Redmond Secret Wars: E is for Extinction #3 (of 4) — Writers: Chris Burnham and Dennis Culver; Art: Ramon Villalobos; Colors: Ian Herring Secret Wars: Hank Johnson, Agent of Hydra #1 (of 1) — Writer: … Continue reading
We should probably note a couple of anniversaries this week: as you can see, this is my 300th “Stuff I Bought” review post; the first came out the week of January 5, 2007, which was when the AABC blog began — so that’s an eight-year anniversary for it, too. That very first review is no longer on the site (it had some kind of coding problem that was screwing things up, if I remember correctly, and had to be erased), but there’s a link to the second week’s reviews here. If you’re wondering why it’s the 300th review but I’m … Continue reading
The week between Christmas and New Year’s is traditionally very light, and this one’s no exception — but, fortunately, there are still some comics worth mentioning: Abigail and the Snowman #1 (of 4) — Writer/Artist: Roger Langridge; Colors: Fred Stresing Langridge has delivered a lot of quality humor/bigfoot books over the last few years; his dry British wit and adaptable art made him perfect for The Muppets, and he pivoted from that to a pitch-perfect Elsie Segar-inspired Popeye. On his own, he also produced Snarked, a Lewis Carroll pastiche, and now this: a story about a little girl who meets … Continue reading
So we’re back in business, and now we’re taking on the number twos, which sounds weird to me, but I’m also a 12-year-old, so that makes it funnier. Before attacking the DC relaunch, we’re actually gunna hit up some other comics, including more #1’s, that are worth noting this week. Let’s do this! Legion of Monster #1 Writer: Dennis Hopeless Artist: Juan Doe I don’t know why I love this book. To put it simply, it’s a team-up monster comic that’s absolutely hilarious. It’s in the style of things like N.E.X.T.W.A.V.E. and it’s damn good, especially for a book with … Continue reading