Tag: DC

by Joane - 4 months ago

Nobody Sells Marvel Digital Trade Paperbacks For List Price

Share this: With all the emotions surrounding a month of Amazon/Comixology selling Marvel’s newly released digital trade paperbacks for 99¢, part of the bigger picture has been lost. People often talk about single issues when talking about digita...

by Joane - 4 months ago

Exploring Levels of Anxiety in ETERNITY GIRL #2

ETERNITY GIRL #2 by Magdalene Visaggio, Sonny Liew, Chris Chuckry, and Todd Klein Art Characterization Plot Summary Even though the world of ETERNITY GIRL #2 is a little out there, the themes and emotions depicted in this is...

by Joane - 4 months ago

Caden Park Goes to School in THE IMMORTAL MEN #1

THE IMMORTAL MEN #1 by James Tynion IV, Jim Lee, Scott Williams, and Alex Sinclair Art Characterization Plot Summary James Tynion IV has crafted a fantastic entry for DC's New Age of Heroes. While the prominent focus on worl...

by Joane - 4 months ago

Flashes Unite in THE FLASH #44

THE FLASH #44 BY JOSHUA WILLIAMSON, CARMINE DI GIANDOMENICO, AND IVAN PLASCENCIA Art Characterization Plot Summary THE FLASH #44 is a truly enjoyable book. Williamson ramps up the emotion this issue, which makes it very me...

by Joane - 4 months ago

Htrae Am Not Safe in SUPERMAN #44

The collision with Bizarroverse reaches a head in SUPERMAN #44 as Superman and Bizarro face off in an epic showdown! Writers Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason certainly bring the action to this installment of the Bizarroverse saga. However, they a...

by Joane - 4 months ago

The Time is Right for SHADE, THE CHANGING WOMAN #2

SHADE, THE CHANGING WOMAN #2 by Cecil Castellucci, Marley Zarcone, Kelly Fitzpartick, Saida Temofonte, and Ande Parks Art Characterization Plot Summary SHADE, THE CHANGING WOMAN #2 is full of emotion and self-reflection, a...

by Joane - 4 months ago

York Hills Burns in THE CURSE OF BRIMSTONE #1

THE CURSE OF BRIMSTONE #1 by Justin Jordan, Philip Tan, and Rain Beredo Art Characterization Plot Summary THE CURSE OF BRIMSTONE #1 is a fantastic opening issue for what I hope to be a long-running series. Though it has some...

by Joane - 1 year ago

Five Stars: Starting At The End With Jeff Smith [Interview]

  There are few cartoonists more admired than Jeff Smith. Inspired himself by the serialized newspaper strips he read as a child, Smith went on to create a string of acclaimed, inspirational comics works that have not only proved evergreen in terms...

by Joane - 1 year ago

Reading List: The Ten Essential Jack Kirby Stories

  Obviously Jack Kirby is the greatest comic book artist of all time, but most will agree he's also one of the medium's greatest writers. He wrote the way he drew: Big and loud and primal, but with a surprising amount of intricacy and nuance waitin...