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AMAZING AGE #5 (OF 5)
AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #792 2ND PTG ROSS VAR LEG
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ANGELIC #5
AQUAMAN #32
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MADE MEN #5
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ALIENS DEAD ORBIT #4
ANGELIC #4
ATTACK ON TITAN NO REGRETS COMP COLOR HC 
BABYTEETH #4
BABYTEETH #5
BACK TO THE FUTURE TIME TRAIN #1 CVR B ARTIST ED MURPHY
BATMAN GOTHAM BY GASLIGHT TP NEW ED
BLACK PANTHER #168 LEG
BONE COLOR ED SC VOL 02 GREAT COW RACE NEW PTG
CASPER THE FRIENDLY GHOST #2 CLASSIC ROPP CVR
COMIC BOOK HISTORY OF COMICS COMICS FOR ALL #1 CVR A
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CYBORG #20
CYBORG #20
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FENCE #2
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GREEN ARROW #36
INJUSTICE 2 #17
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JOE GOLEM OCCULT DET FLESH & BLOOD #1 (OF 2)
JUSTICE LEAGUE #36
KAMANDI CHALLENGE #11 (OF 12)
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KLAUS AND THE CRISIS IN XMASVILLE #1
MADE MEN #4
MONSTERS UNLEASHED #9 LEG
MOONSTRUCK #4
NIGHTWING THE NEW ORDER #5 (OF 6)
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POWERPUFF GIRLS BUREAU OF BAD #2 (OF 3) CVR A MURPHY
RICK AND MORTY EVIL MORTY LAPEL PIN
RICK AND MORTY POCKET TINY RICK LAPEL PIN
RUMBLE #1 CVR B MIGNOLA & STEWART
SAGA TP VOL 08
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SHADOW BATMAN #3 (OF 6) CVR A KALUTA
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SHADOW BATMAN #3 (OF 6) CVR D TAN
SHINOBI NINJA PRINCESS LIGHTNING ONI #3
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SNOTGIRL TP VOL 01 GREEN HAIR DONT CARE
STAR WARS DARTH VADER DARK LORD SITH TP VOL 01 IMPERIAL MACH
STAR WARS DARTH VADER TP VOL 01 VADER
STREET FIGHTER RELOADED #3 (OF 6)
SUPERMAN #38 SONS OF TOMORROW
THE CHAIR #4 (OF 4)
TO YOUR ETERNITY GN VOL 02
TOMB RAIDER SURVIVORS CRUSADE #2 (OF 4)
TRANSFORMERS LOST LIGHT #12 CVR B ROCHE
TRANSFORMERS LOST LIGHT #12 CVR C MILNE
TRANSFORMERS TILL ALL ARE ONE ANNUAL 2017 CVR A PITRE-DUROCH
TRANSFORMERS TILL ALL ARE ONE ANNUAL 2017 CVR B WIEDLE
UBER INVASION #10
UNCANNY AVENGERS #30 LEG
UNCLE SCROOGE #33 CVR A GRAY
VAN HELSING VS ROBYN HOOD #1 (OF 4) C CVR TUCCI
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WALKING DEAD #174
WALKING DEAD #175 CVR A ADLARD & STEWART
WALKING DEAD #175 CVR A ADLARD & STEWART
WONDER WOMAN #36
WONDER WOMAN CONAN #1 (OF 6)
WORMWOOD GENTLEMAN CORPSE CHRISTMAS SPEC CVR A TEMPLESMITH
X-MEN GRAND DESIGN #1 (OF 2)

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Comic Review: Mister Miracle #6

 

xvai1pug76101Mister Miracle #6 (DC Comics)

I mentioned in my review of the first issue of Mister Miracle how the Tom King and Mitch Gerads series could do the impossible and give me a solid introduction to Jack Kirby’s Fourth World saga, but now six issues in (and a few Kirby trades later), I can easily say that was definitely the case. Simply put, this is one of the best series currently on the market. As the final issue of the first arc of the miniseries, Mister Miracle #6 has much of the same charm as you’d expect from King and Gerads by now, but there’s also some pretty major surprises and reveals as well.

Mister Miracle and Big Barda are attempting to enter Orion’s headquarters in an effort to prevent Mister Miracle’s upcoming execution.  Of course, the couple also takes this time to discuss condo renovations. As the two make their way closer and closer to Orion’s chambers, the conversation reaches a fever pitch, as Scott Free finally realizes why Barda is so dead set on changing their living space.

You can probably figure out why Barda is so interested in remodeling, but this juxtaposition of a seemingly mundane couples conversation with insane superhero/space opera action is the perfect example of why Tom King has been so special on this book. Anyone could have these two characters lead an assault on Orion’s forces, but only King would think of having them engage in this kind of conversation while doing it. These two completely opposite aspects of the book work wonderfully together, creating one of the best issues of King’s run.

Adding to the wonderful insanity of this issue is Mitch Gerads’ art, which does a tremendous job of delivering on the dialogue that King sets up in this issue. Gerads’ panel layouts and artwork does wonders with this script, but then again, when hasn’t it? Gerads adds a lot of funny physical humor to the issue that adds to the book’s charm as well. He and King are quickly becoming one of the new “instant buy” creators in comics.

If you haven’t been following Mister Miracle, I cannot recommend it enough. It’s a wonderfully weird and grounded take on a fantastic world, and honestly stands as some of Tom King’s best work to date (which is no small task when you look at how awesome his Batman series is). While I know King and Gerads are only planning on Mister Miracle going for twelve issues, I wouldn’t mind seeing them continue on the book forever.

Comic Review: Avengers #675

 

 

Avengers #675 (Marvel Comics) Avengers_Vol_1_675

Not content with just resting on their laurels, Marvel has decided to kick-start a massive Avengers event, one that brings every single version of their flagship series into one crossover. Not only is Avengers #675 a larger sized issue, featuring the Uncanny Avengers, US Avengers, and even Hawkeye and Red Wolf from the (very) short-lived Occupy Avengers, this is also the start of a weekly event entitled “No Surrender”, which finds all of those previous Avengers titles, as well as their writers and artists, working together to deliver one of the biggest adventures for Earth’s Mightiest Heroes in some time.

So then why does this feel so damn familiar?

“No Surrender” finds the Marvel Universe’s Earth transported further into space. With cataclysmic events happening all over the globe, the regular Avengers team has no choice but to call in every single reserve member they have in hopes of finding out who has caused this attack and how to stop it. After key members of the team like Captain America, Black Panther, and Spider-Man are literally frozen in time, and with their faithful butler Jarvis injured, the remaining Avengers have no choice but to team up and try to carry on without their leaders. Until an unknown ally that was first hinted at in Marvel Legacy makes a stunning return at issue’s end.

With an issue that’s divided writing duties between Al Ewing, Jim Zub, and Mark Waid, you’d think Avengers #675 would read a lot more haphazardly than it does. Amazingly, it flows really well, but it all feels pretty by the numbers. I mentioned earlier that the start of “No Surrender” feels awfully familiar, and the reason why is that’s almost exactly the same as the recent Avengers/Champions crossover “World’s Collide”. While that storyline didn’t have the Earth removed in space, it did feature our Earth in danger of being swapped out with a dark mirror version of Earth. That similarity could be overlooked if that storyline came out a year or two ago, but it just wrapped up last month. Marvel is looking at this storyline to attract new readers, so they obviously won’t notice, but for Marvel fans that are up to date with their comics, it’s going to come as a lot of “more of the same”.

Pepe Larraz handles the artwork for this opening issue, and he does a pretty stellar job of handling the wide variety of characters that pop up in this issue. Drawing a large cast like this one is no easy task, but Larraz is able to give each member of the Avengers a unique look, and they all have clearly defined features and styles. Larraz is no slouch in the action department either, delivering on the big moments that this script needs him to.

While Avengers #675 definitely feels awfully familiar, I’m hoping that means that there’s more to this “No Surrender” storyline than we’ve been lead to believe.  Since Mark Waid also wrote that Champions crossover, I can’t imagine he wouldn’t notice the similarities and try to mix them up. Here’s hoping that’s the case, because if not, this whole storyline will be for nothing.

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“Looking Ahead To 2018”

2017 was an embarrassment of riches for nerd stuff, but that’s all in the past now. It’s 2018 baby, and with that it means it’s time to look ahead to what’s coming our way for nerdy goodness in the New Year. And we’ll start with arguably the biggest movie the year…. 

Avengers: Infinity War

I mean, come on, like this wouldn’t be on the list? The culmination of ten years (and over 17 movies), Avengers: Infinity War is THE movie to beat this year. I can’t imagine it’ll live up to the insurmountable hype, but the Russo Brothers have proven us wrong twice before, so who knows, anything is possible. And with the recent announcement of Disney’s acquisition of Fox, I’m holding out for a post credits tease for someone from that side of the wall popping up.

 

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

Another non-surprise entry, I know. It’s well known that I have a strong affinity for the Teenage Witch, and her comic series is one of the best books on the stands (when it comes out). Originally set for the CW, Netflix swooped in and scooped up the TV show, giving it a two season, ten episode order. So not only does that mean that Netflix sees the value in the Sabrina brand, Netflix can also get as weird as they want to with this series, something that probably wouldn’t have been possible on a network like CW.

 

American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace

Ryan Murphy’s original American Crime Story season did the impossible: it made the OJ Simpson story riveting again. If he could do that with a story that was everywhere, I’m beyond curious to see what he does with this new season, which details the murder of Gianni Versace, a story that I admittedly know nothing about. Once again, Murphy has assembled a dynamite cast, and the hype is real for this new season, which starts insanely soon.

 

Black Panther

If you had told me ten years ago that we’d be getting a Black Panther movie, and that it looked awesome, I would’ve laughed in your face. But Marvel’s hot streak continues, and Black Panther looks to be the movie that helps them finally get some more diversity in their film line up. With a cast that includes the incredible Michael B Jordan as Kilmonger and Angela Bassett as T’Challa’s mom, not to mention being filmed by Creed’s Ryan Coogler, Black Panther looks to be the sleeper super hero hit of the year. The first cut has a rumored four hour runtime, and honestly I’d be super cool with that.

 

Aquaman

Easily my favorite part of Justice League, Aquaman’s getting his own movie this upcoming year. The last of the “first run” DC movies, Jason Momoa’s solo vehicle has been described as “Star Wars underwater”, which is enough for me to go see it. Add in Patrick Wilson as the villain and James Wan directing, and this sounds like a DC movie that will have more in common with Wonder Woman than Batman V Superman.

 

Westworld Season Two

Westworld was my biggest surprise of the year when it first came out, but the wait for season two has been a very long one. Thankfully that will change this year, as the show will make a triumphant return in 2018 (most likely to fill the void of Game of Thrones). With returning cast members like Ed Harris and the awesome Evan Rachel Wood, Westworld is in a very interesting place when it comes back, and the mystery is said to be even more weird and crazy than ever.

 

Deadpool 2

Defying all odds, the original Deadpool movie was not only a box office smash, but made me fall back in love with the character that I hadn’t really cared much for since I was in my early twenties. Much of that is thanks to Ryan Reynolds, who’s casting as the Merc With A Mouth still stands as the best casting decision in the history of comic book films. With Josh Brolin making his long awaited debut as Cable; it’s going to be a great time at the cinemas with ol’ Wade, as he’ll finally be paired against someone who doesn’t give a crap about any of his jokes.

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