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All-Star Batman #7 — Writer: Scott Snyder; Art/Colors (First story) — Tula Lotay; (Second story) — Francesco Francavilla Detective Comics #950 — Writer: James Tynion IV; Art (First story) — Marcio Takara; Colors: Dean White; (Second story) — Pencils: Alvaro Martinez; Inks: Raul Fernandez; Colors: Brad Anderson; (Third story) — Pencils: Eddy Barrows; Inks: Eber Ferreira; Colors: Adriano Lucas Action Comics #973 — Writer: Dan Jurgens; Pencils: Patch Zircher and Stephen Segovia; Inks: Patch Zircher and Art Thibert; Colors: Arif Prianto Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #14 — Writer: Robert Venditti; Pencils: Rafa Sandoval; Inks: Jordi Tarragona; Colors: … Continue reading
The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #16 — Writers: Ryan North and Will Murray; Art: Erica Henderson; Colors: Rico Renzi The Mighty Thor #15 — Writer: Jason Aaron; Art: Russell Dauterman; Colors: Matthew Wilson Ms. Marvel #14 — Writer: G. Willow Wilson; Art: Takeshi Miyazawa; Colors: Ian Herring Jessica Jones #4 — Writer: Brian Michael Bendis; Art: Michael Gaydos; Colors: Matt Hollingsworth As so often lately, we’re starting with the Marvel women heroes, because they’re currently starring in some of the most innovative and fun comics. Squirrel Girl is celebrating its 25th anniversary. How is that possible for a book that just … Continue reading
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
Love and Rockets #1 — Creators: Jaime and Gilbert Hernandez One of the few rules around these parts is that Jaime and Gilbert, when they’re a team, automatically go to the top of whatever list they’re on, and the return of this series as a magazine-size, black-and-white periodical is a welcome callback to their ’80s origins. About their third year in, around 1985/1986, when Love and Rockets was on the same lists as Dark Knight Returns, Watchman, Maus and… American Flagg? Anybody else?… as the future of comics, they were just cranking out duel masterpieces every month: Jaime with Maggie … Continue reading
The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #9 — Writer: Ryan North; Pencils: Erica Henderson; Inks: Tom Fowler; Colors: Rico Renzi Extraordinary X-Men #11 — Writer: Jeff Lemire; Pencils: Humberto Ramos; Inks: Victor Olazaba; Colors: Edgar Delgado All-New All-Different Avengers #11 — Writer: Mark Waid; Art: Mahmud Asrar; Colors: Dave McCaig Captain America: Steve Rogers #2 — Writer: Nick Spencer; Art/Colors: Jesus Saiz Spider-Man #5 — Writer: Brian Michael Bendis; Art: Sara Pichelli; Ink Assist: Gaetano Carlucci; Colors: Justin Ponsor Ten new Marvels to talk about, so let’s take them five at a time. The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl gets to the top of the … Continue reading