Iron Man finds a way to be arrogant, shallow, and superior in all the right (and a few wrong) ways. [18.Nov.14]
The Spider-Verse has no one author, no omnipotent guiding hand. It is organic, connecting and reconnecting like the strands of a web, like the strands of life. [17.Nov.14]
Superman demonstrates his power to inspire in an appropriately effective ending to the series. [12.Nov.14]
Batman #35 shows how current writer Scott Snyder manages to subtly subvert the New 52's narrative vector. [05.Nov.14]
Through all of the noise and overstuffed panels in this issue, through all the clatter and the clutter, DeMatteis manages to tell a story worth telling. I wish he had taken more time with it. [04.Nov.14]
The culmination of so many battles brings out Wonder Woman's greatest strengths, but not much else. [03.Nov.14]
If the unprepared reader gives the man and his book a chance, that reader will learn to appreciate, and possibly even love, John Porcellino's storytelling.
How do you take an image as powerful as Edward Hopper's "Nighthawks", and turn it into a tale about inherent social collapse? If you're Mike Mignola, John Arcudi and Tyler Crooks, the answer is, "quite easily". [29.Oct.14]