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Phil’s Reviews: Stuff I Bought #400

The Mighty Captain Marvel #0 — Writer: Margaret Stohl;  Art: Emilio Laiso and Ramon Rosanas;  Colors: Rachelle Rosenberg The Ultimates2 #2 — Writer: Al Ewing;  Art: Travel Foreman;  Colors: Dan Brown Invincible Iron Man #2 — Writer: Brian Michael Bendis;  Art: Stefano Caselli;  Colors: Marte Gracia Hellcat #13 — Writer: Kate Leth;  Art: Brittney L. Williams;  Colors: Rachelle Rosenberg As they have so often lately, the Marvel women lead off the week. The Mighty Captain Marvel picks up after Civil War II, with Carol Danvers the best-known, and one of the most powerful, people on the planet; she and Alpha … Continue reading

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Phil’s Reviews: Stuff I Bought #298

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

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Fresh Eyes on Old Books #35 by Dan!

And we’re back! I have a splitting headache, but that won’t stop me. Let’s do this! Silver Surfer #7 from 1969 I’m not gunna lie, these Silver Surfer comics were worth their 25-cent price point. This book is thick. This story is, in a nutshell, weird. Silver Surfer meets an heir to Dr. Frankenstein who is, of course, trying to bring his own monster to life. The Dr. accidentally creates a new Silver Surfer that tortures the town, and it’s up to the normal Surfer to bring him down. John Buscema provides the art, and the only way I can … Continue reading

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