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Freeze Frame 11/11/2017

From Injection #15 by Declay Shalvey & Jordie Bellaire

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Indubitable Issues and Pull List (02/15/17)

LOOKING FOR BOOKS TO BUY THIS WEEK?  

LOOK NO FURTHER.  

HERE ARE SOME ISSUES THAT WILL NOT DISAPPOINT.

 
Tyler’s Recommendation…
wildstorm1Wild 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
 

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Freeze Frame 7/22/2016

From Island #9
From Island #9 by F Choo

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Freeze Frame 3/11/2016

From Dr. Strange #6 by Chris Bachalo & Java Tartag
From Dr. Strange #6 by Chris Bachalo & Java Tartag

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Freeze Frame 1/15/2015

From Secret Wars #9  by Esad Ribic & Ive Svorcina
From Secret Wars #9 by Esad Ribic & Ive Svorcina

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The Brain Tries to Recruit Earth 2: Society Writer Daniel H. Wilson

At Nothing But Comics, we’re excited to read the upcoming Earth 2: Society series from DC Comics, by writer Daniel H. Wilson and artist Jorge Jimenez.  But when DC Comics super-villain the Brain found out that Wilson graduated from Carnegie Mellon’s Robotics Institute, the fiend hoped to enlist the writer’s aid in building a robotic super-weapon…

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Review of Earth 2 Society #8

322767._SX640_QL80_TTD_by Dan Abnett, Jorge Jimenez & Alejandro Sanchez

In Earth 2 Society #8, writer Dan Abnett continues to re-appropriate DC comics continuity with a touch of existential horror that makes for an engrossing read.

Earth 2 Society is showing the parallel reality post convergence as the general population is growing tired of superhuman’s. Earth 2’s collection of superhero’s debate the merit’s of this fear and their role in that before Alan Scott leave’s to fight a giant monster. Abnett is making an interesting exploration of the Scott character here in a Dr Manhattan sort of way to provide contrast between him & his fellow hero’s in addition the their own perceptions of the public’s concern. What Abnett does here is make Alan Scott a being of supreme power and as such, alter’s the character to the point of borderline godhood. There is an uncomfortable tension whenever Scott is present that feel’s authentic and real within the comic. Abnett isn’t just writing Alan Scott & co, there are moments with the universe’s Batman, Hawkgirl & Wonder Woman that are concise and exciting in a way that feels really original. Artist Jorge Jimenez and colorist Alejandro Sanchez are doing pretty standard superhero visual storytelling but like Abnett’s other DC series, Titan’s Hunt, it’s style add’s to the stories unsettling nature.

Abnett is doing singular work at DC Comics right under everybody’s nose and it’s worth any reader’s time that ever felt exasperated by the publisher’s New 52 era blandness. The writer continues to play with the continuity and concepts in the fictional universe. If you were looking for something from DC Comics that still feel’s inline with the publisher’s history, Abnett’s Earth 2 Society is your fix.