Fear Itself: The Fearless #1 Writers: Matt Fraction, Cullen Bunn, and Chris Yost Artists: Paul Pelletier and Mark Bagley Commentary by James O’Callaghan First off, if you’re reading this review and haven’t read Fear Itself #7 yet, stop. Stop reading right now and go read it or you’ll be spoiled. I’ll wait here… … okay,… Read more »
Monthly Archives: October 2011
Editor’s Note: The titanic team-up of write Jason Aaron and penciler Marc Silvestri will change our perception of the Hulk forever.
Editor’s Note: This is certainly a strong candidate for Best “SNIKT” Of The Year! Great job all-around by writer Jason Aaron, penciler Ron Garney, and colorist Jason Keith!
Commentary by Marbles Mahoney Is it the Artist that makes the Art or the Art that makes The Artist? Art, well, that is subjective as it gets, so lets start with that. Some say that it isn’t Art until someone else says so. Which puts the pressure on the Artist to create something that someone… Read more »
Commentary by Glenn Matchett Before Star Wars and even before Star Trek there was a little sci-fi TV show called Doctor Who. Airing in 1963 the show proved very popular and became a cult hit, despite slightly cheesy plots and wooden cardboard sets. Over the years the show had its highs and lows until production… Read more »
Commentary by Josh “J-Man” Shaffer The few, the proud… the Lobo fans. Indeed we are a small population of the comic fan’s world, and this is indeed a pity. For over fifteen years, the “main man” has been a real treat of a read, thanks to its alpha-level sense of loyalty to brutal carnage, pop culture references,… Read more »
Spider-Island continues on towards its end but the space sure doesn’t let up within the pages of Amazing Spider-Man 671. Although I don’t think of it as the best Spider-Man story ever written, I do think when it’s all-said-and-done Dan Slott and Humburto Ramos may have given us the most fun Spider-related event ever. The issue opens with… Read more »
Commentary by Brian Hofacker The most notable of protagonists are those that strain our expectations and the boundaries of heroism, the tragic heroes, whose flaw seals their fate, and the anti-heroes, loners and outsiders; but what about the characters that strain our expectations and the boundaries and of villainy, the rogues, rascals and outlaws that… Read more »