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DC Comics Throwback Thursdays: Batman #666 and Batman Inc. (Vol. 2) #5

Welcome to Comic Booked’s DC Comics Throwback Thursdays! For our inaugural #DCComicsTBT showcase today we will be revisiting two of Grant Morrison’s most iconic Batman issues: the apocalyptic Batman #666 by Morrison and Andy Kubert, and its fiery companion issue Batman Incorporated (Vol. 2) #5 by Morrison and [...]

May 12, 2016 comics, Features
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Check This Out: The Ultimate Grant Morrison Superman Reading Order

Jim Dandeneau over at Den of Geek! has posted a Master’s thesis on the ultimate reading order for Grant Morrison’s Superman stories. Through four in-depth pages, Dandeneau presents a “reconfigured” reading order for all of Morrison’s Superman stories, allowing readers [...]

May 11, 2016 News
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Alice’s top ten favorite comics

I’ve been reading comics for about six years now, and in that time have read quite a lot of great comics. Here, however, for my your entertainment, are my top ten favorite comics that I’ve ever read. The only rule [...]

August 2, 2015 Features
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Nine wonderful things from Doom Patrol

Doom Patrol by Grant Morrison, Richard Case, and others is one of Grant Morrison’s best comics in a career defined by writing truly incredible comics (see: Seaguy, The Invisibles, Allstar Superman). In Doom Patrol he took a low-profile book with reservoirs of untapped potential (something [...]

July 15, 2015 Features
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The Greatest Comic of All Time Gets Announced: Klaus

Granted, that title may be exaggerated a little bit but today, CBR announced a new comic coming from BOOM! Studios by Grant Morrison and Dan Mora called Klaus. Grant Morrison describes it as “Santa Claus: Year One” and “All-Star Santa [...]

June 29, 2015 News
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Is Multiversity Responsible for 17 hospitalized so far?

I have a hard time believing it too, but there is evidence to suggest that up to 17 comic fans have been attacked for reading the Ultra Comics issue of Grant Morisson’s Multiversity series that was released on March 25th. [...]

April 1, 2015 News
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Signals from the Multiversity #7: In History, All Men Have Masters

This, by far, feels like the most out of place issue in the Multiversity lineup: art by Jim Lee, a story about a world of Nazis and Hitler on a toilet (in what is probably the most outrageous first page [...]

February 26, 2015 Features
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Signals from the Multiversity #4

Pax Americana is a great riff on the seminal Alan Moore/Dave Gibbons classic Watchmen, but in a far more condensed and cohesive package. It works with similar grid-like structures, offers alternative modes of storytelling, and focuses on the Charlton characters [...]

November 28, 2014 Features
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Signals from the Multiversity #3

On Multiversity: The Just The Just is unlike any of the other Multiversity books out right now, primarily because it reads more like a gossip magazine, and features semi-photorealistic art from Ben Oliver (someone you wouldn’t expect to collaborate with [...]

October 31, 2014 Features
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Signals from the Multiversity #2

Golden Age comics/characters tend to occupy a weird niche in the comics market today. Even more so for the pulp characters of the 30s to early 1940s. Dynamite Entertainment has carved out a market for itself by lapping up the [...]

September 19, 2014 Features
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Signals from the Multiversity #1

A primer: each month I will be writing an essay detailing a central topic featured within the issues of Grant Morrison’s Multiversity saga. This month I am detailing The Multiversity #1 and its exploration of the fandom’s approach to comic [...]

August 27, 2014 Features
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Top Ten Tuesday: Best X-Men Writers

Keeping with the nostalgic trip down memory lane (both because I have been in a little bit of a not-so-secret love affair with Marvel due to their summer blockbuster movies thus far and my brother’s love for the non-DC folks [...]

July 22, 2014 Features
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Top Ten Tuesday: Best Superman Writers

Something (or rather, someone) that’s been a bit lackluster in the New 52: Superman.  Remember when the world’s first superhero was the world’s best superhero?  I sure do.  And don’t get me wrong, the current creators on all of the [...]

May 13, 2014 Features
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Giant-Size Bullet Reviews #81!

A special note to our regular Bullet Reviews readers and followers: You may have noticed Bullet Reviews was missing from your regular Tuesday reading list last week. This was because, among other things, I was out-of-town for a few days [...]

November 6, 2012 ZDONOTUSE
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Review: Action Comics #13

You can tell Grant Morrison has been having a lot of fun writing DC Comics‘ “New 52” Action Comics, and in this month’s Action Comics #13, you can almost see Morrison smiling on each page. Easily one of the best issues of this [...]

October 8, 2012 Features

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