By Kevin Eastman, Bobby Curnow, Tom Waltz, Mateus Santolouco, Ronda Pattison, Shawn Lee and Chris Mowry
After an approperiate amount of time chilling, our heroes in a half shell are set for their next fight for survival in This Week’s Finest Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #67… Continue reading This Week’s Finest: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #67
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Publishing company Simon and Schuster has faced backlash and threats of boycotts for their decision to publish Alt-Right provocateur Milo Yiannopoulis’ latest book. While Mr. Yiannopoulis’ politics are undeniably repulsive, the boycott merits examination on how it could impact the comics field in addition to Simon and Schuster’s other publishing deals… Continue reading The People vs Simon and Schuster
Starting in May of 2017, the Allred family of Lee, Laura & Michael Allred whose work has appeared in titles like Silver Surfer, iZombie, Madman & X-Statix will be teaming up to work on a new Young Animal miniseries titled Bug!: The Adventures Of A Forager and will feature several Jack Kirby creations like the original Sandman & Atlas. More details at CBR
The guys return to the traditional format to talk about Saga, Paper Girls, Planetoid, The Spirit, Batman, The Superbowl, Horace & Pete, Maron & more.
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HERE ARE SOME ISSUES THAT WILL NOT DISAPPOINT.Tyler’s Recommendation… Wild Storm #1
“Warren Ellis returns to the Wildstorm universe! I’m of the mind that any new Ellis book is worthy of my time, so I’m excited for this. I very much enjoyed his previous run on Stormwatch, and his work as of late has been fantastic, I would advise any curious minds to grab a copy of this on Wednesday“
It has often been observed how malleable a character Batman is. Over the past several decades he has found himself equally at home busting the heads of petty street criminals and out-witting cosmic menaces with (new) god-like powers. What unities such diverse plots is a common interest in the humanity of the hero. The tone of the narrative might emphasize oppressive bleakness or optimistic redemption, yet what all the best Bat-stories have in common is an interest in who the man is beneath the cowl. This is true of the movies as well; for example, Christopher Nolan’s masterful Bat-trilogy is as, arguably more, concerned with Bruce Wayne than it is with Batman. In many ways, The LEGO Batman Movie liberally skewers the melancholy tone of Nolan’s films, while sharing with them an interest in the hero’s personality. Amidst the bonanza of gags, Chris McKay’s new film has something to say about Batman’s character.
“Is this real?”
The newest comic book show produced courtesy of the FX Network and Fargo showrunner Noah Hawley is a triumph. A kaleidoscope of amazing wrapped in translucent tin foil. Dare I say it, it’s the best X-Men thing ever… Continue reading Legion Pilot Review