Ian Gonzales reviews Flash Gordon #1 and Nightcrawler #1, while Jill Scharr looks at Batman Eternal #1 and Shutter #1 in this week’s edition of Last Week’s Comics.
Brian Bannen reviews Black Science #5, Action Comics #30 and Magneto #2, while Ian Gonzales takes on Moon Knight #2 and Jill Scharr looks at Black Widow #5 in this week’s edition of Last Week’s Comics.
Ian Gonzales rates Star Slammers Remastered #1 and Jill Scharr reviews The Wake #7; Brian Bannen tackles The Bunker #2, Deadly Class #3 and The Superior Spider-Man #30 in this week’s edition of Last Week’s Comics.
There’s a new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie coming out. I’m not here to savage the thing. That’s the work of countless, more predictable others. I am here, though, to explain why I ever liked the goofy comics in the first place. Partly because Unwinnable’s boss man so flippantly dismissed ‘em. He’s totally right, though.
The first time I came across Hellboy was after a particularly nasty winter storm on a Saturday afternoon in February of 1994. The New York Comic Book Spectacular was being held at at the Javitz Center despite the cruddy weather. Dark Horse Comics was showing off their Legend imprint. Legend was an umbrella for creator owned comics that featured Frank Miller’s Sin City, Miller and Dave Gibbon’s Martha Washington Goes to War, John Byrne’s Next Men, Paul Chadwick’s Concrete, and the debut of Mike Mignola’s Hellboy. See, I went to the show to get John Byrne to sign some X-Men
Brian Bannen reviews Hawkeye #17, Captain Marvel #1 and Nightwing #29, while Ian Gonzales takes on Avengers Undercover #1 in this week’s edition of Last Week’s Comics.
Brian Bannen reviews Moon Knight #1, Magneto #1 and Starlight #1, while Ian Gonzales takes on Lobster Johnson: Get the Lobster #2 in this week’s edition of Last Week’s Comics.
Brian Bannen reviews Superman #28, Revenge #1 and Hawkeye #15, while Jill Scharr takes on Lois Lane #1 in this week’s edition of Last Week’s Comics.