Jason finishes up his posts, with the second part of the Incredible Hulk: Future Imperfect. You can read the the first one here.
Incredible Hulk: Future Imperfect #2
At the end of the last issue, the protagonist and the antagonist of the series finally met face-to-face. Continue reading “Reviews Incredible Hulk: Future Imperfect #2”
For Emerald City ComicCon this year, I decided to cosplay. Despite having gone to many cons (including this one) and even owning a Star Trek uniform, I’d never dressed in costume for a con. In particular, I decided I wanted to go as Alice, the main villain, from Greg Rucka and J.H. Williams III’s run on Detective Comics. The run itself is one of my favorite comics ever, both in writing and art. And who doesn’t want a little style in her costume.
The Question #37 (Blackest Night tie-in) by Dennis O’Neil and Greg Rucka
This issue made me really want to go back and read the 80’s Question series. I want to know more about Charlie and his life. The first few pages with the recaps of his life and deaths work so well to frame the story. A great kick-off to a great story.
This issue also made me so happy to have a full-sized issue dedicated to Renee’s storyline. I miss that. I miss having so much reading material at my fingertips. I love seeing her spunky and no-nonsense attitude.
But at the heart of it, this issue highlights the life of Tot Rodor. Continue reading “Reviews The Question #37 (Blackest Night tie-in)”
Comic book reviews for Batman: Streets of Gotham #7 by Paul Dini, Manhunter by Marc Andreyko, Batman: Streets of Gotham #8 by Mike Benson, Manhunter by Marc Andreyko, Batman: Streets of Gotham #9 by Mike Benson, and Manhunter by Marc Andreyko
Fables (Vol 13): “The Great Fables Crossover” by Bill Willingham and Matthew Sturges
My first biggest problem with this storyline is my complete and utter dislike of Jack Horner. Jack isn’t written as a likable guy, and he’s definitely portrayed as a con-man who’d sell his own mother and sleep with his half-sisters. (Which he did the latter.) However, the text continually lets him walk away without any punishment or responsibility for his actions. Okay, Bigby beats him up; but what does that really teach him?
Usually characters like Jack follow some redemptive path, but Jack hasn’t changed since the first issue of Fables. Which is exactly why I don’t read his spin-off, and I was, in general, pretty happy for his departure from the main title. Of course, Jack wasn’t my only dislike with this story. Continue reading “Reviews Fables (Vol 13) The Great Fables Crossover”