by Mike Allred, Lee Allred, Laura Allred & James Harvey
Bug! The Adventures of Forager has been one of comics best and most entertaining series since it’s debut earlier this year for it’s wacky irreverent story telling and fantastic art work. In issue #4, the title has truly hit it’s stride with an equal parts hillarious and fascnating romp through the Jack Kirby DC Comics mythos featuring a Deadman cameo connected to his weird crossover with the original Infinity Man & The Forever People series, a Manhunter, a Sandman who has “no affiliated with that old timey gas mask guy”, a dimensional vortex, an angry Teddy Bear, Tatsinda, Dr Spider singing R.E.M lyrics & oh so much more bilssful comic book weirdness. Continue reading This Week’s Finest: Bug! The Adventures of Forager #4→
Alex, Dean & Pat talk DC Comics sperheros and villians, and rank their top ten favorites. Top ten lists include Vertigo & Wild Storm charachters, because they rule. Come for the rankings, stay for the recomendations as the guys discuss some of their favorite comics that helped make these superhumans among the best in DC’s expansive universe.
Writer Christopher Priest of Deathstroke, Black Panther, Deadpool, The Ray & Captain America will be taking over the Justice League ongoing title with art by Pete Woods of Backlash, Catwoman, Action Comics, Robin & Deadpool at issue #34 in December. In addition, Sam Humphries of Green Lanterns, Jonesy, Avengers AI & Uncanny X-Force will be taking over writing Nightwing with art from Bernard Chang of Batman Beyond, X-Men, Cable & Superman. More details at CBR here & here
By Eric Burnham, Sophie Campbell, Brittany Peer, Shawn Lee
It’s a good week in comics when I have a threeway tie choosing The Week’s Finest: do I go with the tried and true Kill or Be Killed (which was quite good as usual), an intriguing mystery thriller Hellboy and the BPRD, or an underdog with fantastic art that makes me care about a character I’ve never liked? I always favor underdogs, although it was a difficult choice until I thought about the book with the best art: TMNT Universe #14.Continue reading This Week’s Finest:Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Universe #14→