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Another day another dollar, and there are lots of dollars worth of comics that came out this week. So let’s do this! Batman #7 Writer: Scott Snyder Artist: Greg Capullo This is the best comic of the DC reboot. It’s moving along at it’s own pace; it’s doing it’s own thing, and it’s completely accessible to a new reader. Oh!… and it’s totally awesome! This story seems to be crafted out of the previous Gates of Gotham series, but you don’t even have to read that to understand what’s going on. There’s a section that is almost exactly the same … Continue reading
All right folks, amidst packing for a California trip, watching way too much of The Shield, and playing too many video games, I’ve taken time out of my busy schedule to get these reviews to you. You’re welcome! Let’s do this! My Top 5 (5 Best Comics of the Week) Tiny Titans #40 Writer/Artist: Art Baltazar and Franco So here’s the deal. The current Teen Titans series isn’t very good, and it’s almost reached 100 issues. This series has only 40% of that right now and probably 40 times as much quality. This is the kind of comic that you … Continue reading
Let the records show, I finished this early. It’s going to be a very busy weekend, but I can’t fail you humble readers! Let’s do this! My Top Five (The Five Best Comics of the Week) Dark Horse Presents #1 writers/artists: Various So yeah, this was really, really rad. It starts with a pretty good Concrete story, “heads” to a strange Howard Chaykin story, and “leads” to a weird Neal Adams story. And that’s just the first 25 pages. AND THERE ARE 80 TOTAL. The Adams story is, of course, weird cuz’ he’s written it (oy vey.) There were also … Continue reading
Interesting week here kids, let’s do this! My Top Five (The Five Best Comics of the Week): Punisher Max: Tiny Ugly World Writer: David Lapham Artist: Dalibor Talajic This book makes it to the top five based on how many times I went “oh holy S#!*” while I was reading it. Lapham? Still crazy. But that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Much like Garth Ennis, Lapham often tries to gross out with the extreme, and he succeeds so much. I found myself unable to stop reading this book no matter how bad I might have wanted to. The reason this … Continue reading