We had some emergencies we had to tend to yesterday and so Dan and I weren’t able to work on the POW! I’m hoping to get it up later tonight or tomorrow at the latest.
Swamp Thing #4 – I’m sad that Paquette wasn’t on art duties this month, but that didn’t stop the book from being the prettiest of the week. Animal Man #4 – So grotesque all the time, but I’m intrigued with how this will tie in
A fairly good week for my pull list. Lots of great comics rivaling The Defenders for this week’s POW! Most, if not all, of the links are out to Comic Vine. Action Comics #4 – Grant Morrison goes back to a Golden Age (or is
Eric’s Book: Eric: For this week’s Comic POW! I’ve decided to go with one of Marvel’s new titles, The Defenders Dan: I’ve been pretty excited about this book myself thanks to the work its writer, Matt Fraction, did on Casanova. Eric: I was excited by
Dan and I have made posts like this every once in a while on our personal blogs. It’s fun to see what search terms people typed into Google, Bing, etc to get here. I went through and picked out some of the fun ones. Here
While I’m currently mostly focused on collecting the X-Men trades (because of the very complex storylines over all the involved characters), I decided to pick up the first two volumes of Brand New Day because they were in my local shop’s Buy Two, Get One
Pretty small comics week for me. All I had was the aforementioned Daredevil #6 and the two Marvel comics listed below. The end of Spider-Island was good for my pocketbook, but bad for comic excitement. FF #12 – Despite sporting an art style that did
Unlike last week, this week was a very small release week for me. It was all Marvel and it was mostly X-Men related. Wolverine Vol 4 #19 – Wolverine’s adventures in Chinatown come to an end. I enjoyed this issue more than the others in
Eric’s Book: Eric: Welcome to Week 5 of Comic POW! I hope all our US readers had a great Thanksgiving Dan: We were too busy eating turkey to talk about comics Eric: Yeah, the timing just didn’t work out with comics being released on Wed.
(The following contains lots of spoilers! So you may want to read Fantastic Four #600 first if you haven’t yet) Predicting the fallout from any given issue is a difficult thing to do within this storytelling medium. Authors are fond of misdirection. Small, seemingly unimportant
Happy Thanksgiving, Readers! No Comic POW! this week because Dan and I are busy with Thanksgiving stuff. But I hope to have some extra features up next week to make up for it! Enjoy!
Last week was a very heavy comic release week for me. I enjoyed almost all of them;Batman most of all, as you already know . Generation Hope #13 – I continue to enjoy the dynamic between all the members of Generation Hope although I feel