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Phil’s Reviews: Stuff I Bought #506

Captain Marvel #1 — Writer: Kelly Thompson;  Art: Carmen Carnero;  Colors: Tamra Bonvillain Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man #1 — Writer: Tom Taylor;  Art: Juann Cabal;  Colors: Nolan Woodard Miles Morales: Spider-Man #2 — Writer: Saladin Ahmed;  Art: Javier Garron;  Colors: David Curiel Spider-Gwen: Ghost Spider #4 — Writer: Seanan McGuire;  Art: Rosi Kampe and Takeshi Miyazawa;  Colors: Ian Herring Man Without Fear #1 (of 5) — Writer: Jed MacKay;  Art: Danilo S. Beyruth;  Colors: Andres Mossa Man Without Fear #2 (of 5) — Writer: Jed MacKay;  Art: Stefano Landini;  Colors: Andres Mossa Web of Venom: Venom Unleashed #1 (of 1) — … Continue reading

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Phil’s Reviews: Stuff I Bought #409

Spider-Woman #16 — Writer: Dennis Hopeless;  Art: Veronica Fish;  Colors: Rachelle Rosenberg Hulk #3 — Writer: Mariko Tamaki;  Art: Nico Leon;  Colors: Matt Milla Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #16 — Writers: Brandon Montclare and Amy Reeder;  Art: Natacha Bustos;  Colors: Tamra Bonvillain Elektra #1 — Writer: Matt Owens;  Art: Joann Cabal;  Colors: Antomio Fabela and Marcio Menyz Scarlet Witch #15 — Writer: James Robinson;  Art: Vanesa Del Ray;  Colors: Jordie Bellaire Spider-Gwen #17 — Writer: Jason Latour;  Art: Robbi Rodriguez;  Colors: Rico Renzi Leading with the Marvel women again: a lot of these books aren’t big sellers on the … Continue reading

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Phil’s Reviews: Stuff I Bought #404

Monsters Unleashed #1 (of 5) — Writer: Cullen Bunn; Pencils: Steve McNiven; Inks: Jay Leisten; Colors: David Curiel The Mighty Captain Marvel #1 — Writer: Margaret Stohl; Art: Ramon Rosanas; Colors: Michael Garland Let’s start with the two Marvel debuts: Monsters Unleashed is a tribute to all those pre-superhero monster stories that the company was pumping out in the late ’50s and early ‘60s, before Fantastic Four #1 ushered in the Marvel Age. Most had standard-issue cheesy plots by Stan Lee, involving alien invasions or mankind messing with things better left alone, but the art, by the likes of Jack … Continue reading

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Phil’s Reviews: Stuff I Bought #365

Moon Knight #1 — Writer: Jeff Lemire;  Art: Greg Smallwood;  Colors: Jordie Bellaire The Unbelievable Gwenpool #1 — Writer: Christopher Hastings;  Art: Gurihiru with Danilo Beyruth Spider-Gwen #7 — Writer: Jason Latour;  Art: Bengal;  Colors: Rico Renzi Only two Marvel debuts this week — Moon Knight starts in a One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest setting, with its title character in an insane asylum, trying to decide whether the whole Konshu/superpowers thing is real, or just a symptom of his madness; considering that multiple personality disorder’s been hard-wired into his origin from the beginning, it’s probably a little of both. … Continue reading

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Phil’s Reviews: Stuff I Bought #342

Uncanny X-Men #600 — Writer: Brian Michael Bendis;  Art: Sara Pichelli, Mahmud Asrar, Stuart Immonen, Eris Anka, Chris Bachalo, David Marquez and Frazer Irving Let’s start with this — not a beginning, but an ending, the conclusion to Bendis’s three-year run on both Uncanny and All-New X-Men.  It’s mostly everybody attempting to perform an intervention on Henry McCoy, calling him to task for all his messing with the time-space continuum, after which he kind of stomps out. That’s basically it, but the various flashbacks and little set pieces play to Bendis’s dialogue and character strengths, and the division into small … Continue reading

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