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Spider-Gwen #1 — Writer: Jason Latour; Art: Robbi Rodriguez; Colors: Rico Renzi Curb Stomp #1 (of 4) — Writer: Ryan Ferrier; Art: Devaki Neogi; Colors: Neil Lalonde The Black Hood #1 — Writer: Duane Swierczynski; Art: Michael Gaydos; Colors: Kelly Fitzpatrick Criminal: Special Edition #1 (of 1) — Writer: Ed Brubaker; Art: Sean Phillips; Colors: Elizabeth Breitweiser Prince Valiant #1 — Writer: Nate Cosby; Art: Ron Salas; Colors: Luigi Anderson Suiciders #1 — Writer/Artist: Lee Bermejo; Colors: Matt Hollingsworth Orphan Black #1 — Writers: Graeme Manson and John Fawcett with Jody Houser; Art: Szymon Kudransky; Colors: Mat Lopes After a … Continue reading
Superman #37 — Writer: Geoff Johns; Pencils: John Romita Jr.; Inks: Klaus Janson; Colors: Laura Martin Harley Quinn #13 — Writers: Amanda Connor and Jimmy Palmiotti; Art: Chad Hardin; Colors: Alex Sinclair Superman/Wonder Woman #14 — Writer: Peter Tomasi; Pencils: Doug Mahnke; Inks: Four Different Guys; Colors: Tomeu Morey Sinestro #8 — Writer: Cullen Bunn; Pencils: Martin Cocollo; Inks: Scott Hanna; Colors: Jason Wright The Flash #37 — Writers: Robert Venditti and Van Jensen; Pencils: Brett Booth; Inks: Norm Rapmund; Colors: Andrew Dalhouse Aquaman #37 — Writer: Jeff Parker; Pencils: Paul Pelletier; Inks: Sean Parsons; Colors: Rain Beredo He-Man: The … Continue reading
The Wicked and the Divine #5 — Writer: Kieron Gillen; Art: Jamie McKelvie; Colors: Matthew Wilson This is a sharp-looking book — you could cut yourself on McKelvie’s precise, thin lines — and the theme’s about death and art, so it can be grim and gory (particularly so in one scene in this issue), but there’s also a warmth in both the words and the pictures, and a passionate humanity at its core that makes everything work. This issue concludes the first arc, and the last scene (which I assume will also be the end of the first trade) is … Continue reading
Not a bad week — two hotly-anticipated first issues, plus still-early, you-can-still-get-the-whole-set editions of some really good titles, and assorted other cool stuff too. Let’s look….: Multiversity #1 — Writer: Grant Morrison; Pencils: Ivan Reis; Inks: Joe Prado Morrison first announced this years ago, right after Infinite Crisis, so it’s had a long gestation; as the title suggests, it uses the 52 universes (universi?) of the New-52 cosmos as its playground, as a group of heroes gather to try to rescue Nix Uotan, the last Monitor, and protect the multiverse from encroaching evil. There are lots of echoes of earlier … Continue reading