Happy New Year 2022!
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Tag Archives: Spider-Man 2099
Phil’s Reviews: Stuff I Bought #293
Madman In Your Face 3D Special! — Creator: Michael Allred; 3D Process: Christian LeBlanc When is a comic worth $10? When it’s this package: 80 pages of stunning 3D work, with glasses included. Allred is a wonderful artist anyway, and it turns out that his generous, open compositions make him a perfect candidate for the 3D separation process. He’s also a brainy creator with a vast knowledge of comics history: witness the first reprinted story here, “Swiped from Dimension X,” wherein every panel is drawn in the style of a different comics creator, from newspaper-strip legends like Elsie Segar and … Continue reading
Posted in New Comics, Reviews Tagged Annihilator, Avengers, Crossed Plus One Hundred, Gotham By Midnight, Madman, Mind Mgmt, Ody-C, Spider-Man 2099, Stumptown, Superman, Trees, Usagi Yojimbo Leave a comment
Phil’s Reviews: Stuff I Bought #273
This was another week with lots of first issues (I haven’t done the math, but it seems like more new titles have started this year, from all kinds of different publishers, than in a long time), so let’s start with the indy/creator-owned ones, usually the most interesting: Spread #1 — Writer: Justin Jordan; Art: Kyle Strahm This is a post-apocalyptic tale, but not with zombies or vampires: it involves carnivorous space plants (like Day of the Triffids, but on steroids, since the plants — the “Spread” — have variations that can run and fly, and can possess/infect people). There are … Continue reading
Posted in New Comics, Reviews Tagged Chastity, Daredevil, Death Vigil, Grayson, Loki, Spider-Man 2099, Spread, Suicide Squad, The Life After, Thor, United States of Murder Inc., Usagi Yojimbo, X-men Leave a comment