COMIC BOOKS

Marvel Comics 06.25.08 | Gambit returns, Whedon wraps up, and Hulk smashes!

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Written by Jason Green Thursday, 12 June 2008 17:00

gambit.jpgIs that headline not clear enough? Okay, first, the X-Men's most famous Cajun returns to aid Xavier's quest in X-Men: Legacy #213. Then, Joss Whedon wraps up his fan favorite run on Marvel's hottest teen superteam in Runaways #30. And lastly, it's finally time for the big throw down between the Red Hulk and the Green Hulk in Hulk #4...expect lots of smashing.

 

 

Proof Vol. 1: Goatsucker (Image Comics)

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Written by Greg O'Driscoll Thursday, 05 June 2008 17:00

proof-header.jpgA bigfoot in a business suit works as the mediator between the human world and the things that go bump in the night.

 

   

Golgo 13 Vol. 12: Shadow of Death (Viz Signature)

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Written by Byron Kerman Thursday, 05 June 2008 17:00

golgo12-header.jpgAnother collection of smooth, suave '70s super-assassin Duke Togo's greatest hits.

 

The Wallflower Vol. 13-14 (Del Rey)

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Written by Elizabeth Schweitzer Thursday, 05 June 2008 17:00

wallflower-header.gifFour very hot (and very broke) guyshave struck the deal of a lifetime with their landlady: turn her reclusive niece, Sunako, into a "lady," and they can live rent free. There's only one problem; Sunako's going to fight to the death to keep her creepy Goth lifestyle!

 

   

Marvel Comics 06.25 and 07.02.08 | Ultiamtes 3 returns, plus Dark Tower Almanac

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Written by Jason Green Thursday, 05 June 2008 17:00

ultimates3header.jpgMarvel brings you your guide to the Stephen King universe in Dark Tower: End-World Almanac, plus Ultimates 3 #4 is (finally!) on its way, and we have a look at covers from superstar artists Joe Madureira and David Finch.

 

 

Angel: After The Fall #1-7 (IDW Publishing)

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Written by J. Bowers Thursday, 29 May 2008 17:00

angelheader.jpgJoss Whedon continues his unfairly cancelled vampire-detective spinoff of Buffy the Vampire Slayer in comic book form, showing what would have happened had there been a season 6.

 

   

North World Vol. 1: The Epic of Conrad (Oni Press)

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Written by Jason Green Thursday, 29 May 2008 17:00

northworld-header.jpgNorth World plays like the unholy union of Lord of the Rings and Garden State, but what's surprising is how well the combo works.

 

 

Marvel Comics 06.04.08 | Ultimate Origins

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Written by Jason Green Thursday, 29 May 2008 17:00

ultorigin-header.jpgMarvel prepares to shake the Ultimate universe to its very core in Ultimate Origins #1, due on stands in less than a week. We have a 6-page preview, plus some special promotional art. Then, Incredible Hercules #117 gets a second printing, and we have the new cover.

 

   

Mouse Guard: Fall 1152 (Villard)

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Written by Jim Ousley Thursday, 22 May 2008 17:00

mouseguardfall-header.jpgLavishly illustrated, beautifully detailed, and smartly paced, this tale of a legendary band of mouse warriors is more than satisfying.

 

 

Too Cool to Be Forgotten (Top Shelf)

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Written by Gabe Bullard Thursday, 22 May 2008 17:00

tctbf-header.jpgThe creator of Box Office Poison easily dodges clichés in this story of a middle aged man who tries to quit smoking and winds up back in high school.

 

   

Blackgas (Avatar)

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Written by Byron Kerman Thursday, 22 May 2008 17:00

blackgas-header.jpgAcclaimed author Warren Ellis ventures into splatter-porn with this zombie-horror collection that doesn't skimp on the gore or the depravity.

 

 

Hercules: The Thracian Wars #1-2 (Radical Comics)

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Written by Elizabeth Schweitzer Thursday, 22 May 2008 17:00

herc-header.jpgNew publisher Radical Comics enters the fray with this brutal retelling of a classic Greek myth.

 

   

Marvel Comics 06.11.08 | The Eternals Return

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Written by Jason Green Thursday, 22 May 2008 17:00

eternals-header.jpgOn the heels of Neil Gaiman's hit series, the Knaufs and artist Daniel Acuña some of Kirby's finest in The Eternals #1, while an Alexandre Dumas classic gets a comics spin in Marvel Illustrated: The Three Musketeers #1.

 

Marvel Comics 06.04-11.08 | Judge a Book by its Cover

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Written by Jason Green Thursday, 15 May 2008 17:00

skrull.jpgI know "they" say you shouldn't do that, but that's all the Marvel preview gods have for us to share this week! Check out upcoming covers, variants, and second prints of Invincible Iron Man, Iron Man: Viva Las Vegas, Ultimate Origins, and a whole heap o' Secret Invasion tie-ins. Covers can't be all we have to offer, can it? Ah, we'll throw in a 5-page preview of the Stephen King adaptation Dark Tower: The Long Road Home as a special bonus. Just for you.

 

   

Black Hole softcover (Pantheon)

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Written by Nick Main Thursday, 15 May 2008 17:00

bh-header.gifCharles Burns' haunting, Harvey Award-winning series is collected in a new, more affordable format.

 

 

Image Comics/Shadowline 08.06.08 | A Tale of Two Serial Killers

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Written by Jason Green Tuesday, 13 May 2008 09:28

roberts.jpgThey may look like doddering old men, but they're really psycho killers, qu'est-ce que c'est? The Boston Stranger and the Zodiac Killer live out their golden years in The Roberts #1.

   

Nodame Cantabile Vol. 11-12 (Del Rey)

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Written by Elizabeth Schweitzer Thursday, 08 May 2008 17:00

nodame-header.jpgParis is a city for lovers and musicians, but what happens when you're both? Megumi Noda struggles to balance her love life and conservatory studies, but it's not easy when your conductor boyfriend becomes a star and starts touring all over Europe!

 

 

Therefore Repent! (IDW Publishing)

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Written by Byron Kerman Thursday, 08 May 2008 17:00

repent-header.jpgWhat if the religious right, are right? This post-Rapture graphic novel tries to answer the question without playing out like "Bible camp for heathens."

   

Marvel Comics 05.28.08 | King Hulk

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Written by Jason Green Thursday, 08 May 2008 17:00

kinghulkheader.jpgThe not-so-jolly, not-so-green-these-days giant takes on all comers in King-Size Hulk #1, with art from Art Adams, Frank Cho, and classic 70s Hulk artist Herb Trimpe.

 

 

The Clouds Above (Fantagraphics)

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Written by Jaffa Aharonov Thursday, 01 May 2008 17:00

cloudsabove-header.jpgJordan Crane's not-quite-children's book—now available in a new softcover edition—is so enjoyable it's almost good enough to eat.

 

   

Fairy Tail Vol. 1-2 (Del Rey)

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Written by Jason Green Thursday, 01 May 2008 17:00

ft-header.jpgA young sorceress joins the leagues of an elite wizards' guild in this new action/adventure series from the creator of Rave Master.

 

 

Mamotte! Lollipop vols. 1-4 (Del Rey)

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Written by Elizabeth Schweitzer Thursday, 01 May 2008 17:00

mamotte-header.jpgNina is looking for the perfect boy, but she better be careful what she wishes for! When handsome novice wizards Zero and Ichi literally fall from the sky, they bring along the whole wizarding world and a host of problems.

 

   

Incognegro (DC/Vertigo)

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Written by Steve Higgins Thursday, 01 May 2008 17:00

incognegro-header.jpgIdentity, race, and prejudice mix with murder in this powerful new graphic novel, one of the best of the year so far.

 

 

Marvel Comics 05.21-28.08 | The End of an Astonishing Era

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Written by Jason Green Thursday, 01 May 2008 17:00

gsastonishingx-men-header.jpgJoss Whedon and John Cassaday's landmark run concludes in Giant Size Astonishing X-Men #1, while Skrulls wreak havoc on the Sentry in Mighty Avengers #14 and Herc and the God Squad in Incredible Hercules #117.

 

   

Magic Pickle (Scholastic/Graphix)

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Written by Byron Kerman Thursday, 24 April 2008 17:00

mp-header.jpgA powerful pickle battles villainous veggies in this silly superhero series.

 

 

Marvel Comics 05.14.08 | The Next Generation X

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Written by Jason Green Thursday, 24 April 2008 17:00

genext.jpgLegendary X-writer Chris Claremont introduces the children of the X-Men in the all-new GeNext #1, Warren Ellis' sci-fi revival of the New Universe returns in newuniversal: shockfront #1, plus a sneak peek at Jim Cheung's cover for Marvel: 1985 #1.

 

   

Superman Turns 70: The Mask of Clark Kent’s Glasses

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Written by Jason Green Sunday, 20 April 2008 12:51

clark-header.jpgIn the final essay in our celebration of the 70th anniversary of Action Comics #1, Comics Editor Jason Green explores Superman's mild-mannered alter ego Clark Kent, and how a storyline revolving around the human side of the Last Son of Krypton forever changed his view of the character.

 

 

Superman Turns 70: Bizarro Am Him All

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Written by Byron Kerman Friday, 18 April 2008 17:00

bizarro-header.jpgA special Saturday treat in our celebration of the Man of Steel's birthday, as Byron Kerman writes a poem from the perspective of Superman's twisted, backwards doppelganger, Bizarro.

   

Salt Water Taffy Vol. 1: The Legend of Old Salty (Oni Press)

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Written by Elizabeth Schweitzer Friday, 18 April 2008 08:22

swt-header.jpgNo friends, no Game Boy, no TV--What could be worse than being dragged to coastal Maine for the summer? Try having your candy stolen by giant lobsters!

 

 

Superman Turns 70: Out of Continuity

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Written by Jared Vandergriff Thursday, 17 April 2008 17:00

supes-rs-header.jpgAs our celebration of the Man of Steel's 70th continues, Jared Vandergriff explores the stories that take place outside of the world of Superman's monthly comic, featuring alternate futures, "what if?" scenarios, and tales that strip the character back to basics.

 

   

Superman Turns 70: The Bastards of Krypton

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Written by Greg O'Driscoll Wednesday, 16 April 2008 17:00

supes-bok-header.jpgContinuing our tribute to the Man of Steel, Greg O'Driscoll ponders Superman's many illegitimate offspring: the knock-offs, parodies, and imitators inspired by the original superhero.

 

 

Superman Turns 70: The Search for Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?

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Written by Steve Higgins Tuesday, 15 April 2008 17:00

supes-mot-header.jpgIn our next feature celebrating the 70th birthday of the Man of Tomorrow, Steve Higgins tells how Alan Moore's historic Superman swansong started him on a quest and changed the way he looked at comic books.

 

   

Superman Turns 70: The Real King of All Media and what he means to me

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Written by Jim Ousley Monday, 14 April 2008 17:00

super-friends-header.jpgContinuing our week of features celebrating Superman's 70th birthday, Jim Ousley explores Superman's life outside the comics page and how the Man of Steel transcended his four-color adventures.

 

 

Superman Turns 70: It’s Not Easy Being Super, Man

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Written by Carlos Ruiz Monday, 14 April 2008 03:00

supes_header.jpg...or What Do You Do With the Man of Tomorrow When Tomorrow Comes Today? In the first of our features on Superman's 70th anniversary, Carlos Ruiz explores what makes the Man of Steel the toughest character to write in comics.
   

Return of the Gremlins #1 (Dark Horse)

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Written by Jason Green Thursday, 10 April 2008 17:00

gremlins-header.jpgThe long-lost product of the unlikely team of Roald Dahl and Walt Disney gets a modern spin.

 

 

More Old Jewish Comedians (Fantagraphics)

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Written by Byron Kerman Thursday, 10 April 2008 17:00

friedman-header.jpgAnother collection of celebrated caricaturist Drew Friedman's portraits of Jewish comedians as they enter their very golden (read: ancient) years.

 

   

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