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Batman

Review: Batman #12

DC Comics‘ Batman #12, by writer Scott Snyder and artist Becky Cloonan with backups by writer James Tynion IV and artist Andy Clarke, tells a moving story. Harper Row, first glimpsed in issue #1 and later issue #7, has a [...]

August 8, 2012 Reviews
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Comic Revolt with David Gillette: The Madefire Comic App

Today, I begin a weekly series of features examining outside of the box thinking in the comic book industry. New technology and greater interest in creator-owned comics has changed the industry landscape in ways that are allowing greater numbers of [...]

August 2, 2012 Reviews
Swamp Thing

Review: Swamp Thing #12

DC Comics’ Swamp Thing #12, co-written by Scott Snyder and Jeff Lemire with art by Marco Rudy, continues with the second part to Rotworld storyline. In Animal Man #12, Animal Man and Swamp Thing plunged into the depths of Rotworld [...]

August 2, 2012 Reviews
Animal Man

Review: Animal Man #12

DC Comic’s issue 12 of Animal Man, written by Jeff Lemire and Scott Snyder with art by Steve Pugh, begins part one of the Rotworld prologue. For readers new to either series, it would serve you well to go back [...]

August 1, 2012 Reviews
Mind MGMT

Review: Mind MGMT #3

Dark Horse Comics’ Mind MGMT #3, written and drawn by Matt Kindt, travels deeper into the mystery of Henry Lyme as Meru and Bill travel to China. Leading Meru along with a trail of psychic bread crumbs, Lyme nudges her [...]

August 1, 2012 Reviews
The Secret Service

Review: The Secret Service #3

Writer Mark Millar and legendary artist Dave Gibbons continue their amazing mini-series The Secret Service under Marvel Comics’ Icon imprint. Co-plotted by director Matthew Vaughn (Kick Ass and X-Men: First Class), issue 3 begins with an interesting clue as to [...]

July 27, 2012 Reviews
Hellblazer

Review: Hellblazer #293

DC Comics‘ Vertigo imprint release of Hellblazer #293, written by Peter Milligan, starts a new arc: The Curse of the Constantines. Pulling from the last arc, Another Season in Hell, Milligan shows a new kind of Constantine with issue 293: [...]

July 26, 2012 Reviews
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Review: Saga #5

Image Comics‘ release of Saga #5 by writer Brian K. Vaughan and artist Fiona Staples continues its first-class mind screwing with more bizarre action. Issue #5 picks up with Prince Robot IV, quite possibly the most bizarre character of recent [...]

July 23, 2012 Reviews
Batman

Review: Batman #11 – Special Mea Culpa Edition

Last month, in one of my reviews, I wrote a piece explaining my dissatisfaction with the twist ending in DC Comics’ Batman #10, written by Scott Snyder and drawn by Greg Capullo. Since I was the only reviewer out there [...]

July 16, 2012 Reviews
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SDCC 2012: The Dynamic Duo of Scott Snyder & James Tynion IV

Scott Snyder and James Tynion IV are to DC what Batman and Robin are to Gotham. Like a master is to a student, Tynion has apprenticed to Snyder by writing back-up stories for Batman. Make no mistake though. This is [...]

July 16, 2012 Reviews
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SDCC 2012: A Look at the Madefire Comic App

At San Diego Comic Con, trying to find the next big thing in comics requires something innovative and fresh in order to stand out. At the Madefire booth, comic legends Dave Gibbons, Bill Sienkiewicz, and Liam Sharp are evolving the [...]

July 14, 2012 Reviews
Bradstreet

SDCC 2012: Catching up With Tim Bradstreet

Sitting down with Tim Bradstreet (Hellblazer, Punisher, and Hellraiser) for an interview is like talking to a little kid after they opened up their Christmas presents – his enthusiasm and passion for creating art is off the charts. One of [...]

July 14, 2012 Reviews
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Mind MGMT’s Mastermind – Matt Kindt

Somewhere in the back of your mind, there is a nagging feeling that Matt Kindt‘s name sounds familiar. His name has been popping up a lot lately in comic shops and social media. It could be that his name is [...]

July 8, 2012 Reviews
Bloodshot

Review: Bloodshot #1

Valiant Comics is on a roll with their re-launch of Bloodshot #1, written by Duane Swierczynski and drawn by the team of Arturo Lozzi, Manuel Garcia, and Stefano Gaudiano. Each title in the re-launch of Valiant has been exceptional by [...]

July 7, 2012 Reviews
Deadhorse

Review: Deadhorse #3

Deadhorse, the ongoing series from 215 Ink by writer Eric Grissom and artist Phil Sloan, keeps pushing the boundaries of quirkiness. There are some extremely mild spoilers. William Pike, Deadhorse’s apprehensive protagonist, seems like a ringer for Conan O’Brien as [...]

July 6, 2012 Reviews