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Wonder Woman issues 1–4 and Annual #1 by Allan Heinberg and Terry & Rachel Dodson Wonder Woman, the DC-mandated component of the ‘trinity’ of DC superheroes with Superman and Batman, suffers from not having a consistent concept throughout. From the early days of bondage Wonder Woman of William Moulton Marston, through the invisible jet days, the ‘spinning into costume’ television…

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How do Marvel solve a problem like the Hulk? A fondly remembered television series, a film by a renowned arthouse director, and a character on t-shirts and lunchboxes and underpants. But is the character himself worth effort? The film critic Mark Kermode calls him a character who essentially doesn’t work, and he has a point. Representing the uncontrolled violence of…

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The Spirit issues 1–6 and Batman/The Spirit by Darwyn Cooke and Jeph Loeb & Darwyn Cooke Confession time – I haven’t read any of the original issues of The Spirit by Will Eisner. Being versed a little in comic book history, I am aware of the character obviously (and not just because Frank Miller is doing the film) and the…

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VERSUS Do you have a demarcation in your comic book tastes? By this I mean, can you split the books you buy into different categories? For me, I can distinguish between the comics designed to entertain and amuse, and the comics that are about being more serious, more adult, more heavy. I mention this because my haul of regular comics…

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In the tradition of legitimate excuses for not blogging, the arrival of an anticipated video game aimed at children means that my dedication to telling you my opinions on comic books, films, television shows and books wavers for a short while. I hope to maintain my irregular schedule, but there is a lot of crime to fight using Lego ……

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For Christmas, my lovely girlfriend got me a Marvel calendar – a thoughtful gift, with each month highlighting a different Marvel hero or villain or team. At the side of the diary section, there is a classic cover with an introduction to the character (for those who don’t know anything about them). For some reason, I read the entry for…

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I’m not the sort of fan who feels so passionately about something that I could come up with the infamous remark from the Star Wars fan who, on coming out of The Phantom Menace, remarked, ‘George Lucas raped my childhood’ (apocryphal though it may be). It’s only fiction, after all, but people do get rather attached to the things they…

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Thunderbolts #110–115 by Warren Ellis and Mike Deodata Jr Warren Ellis’ work-for-hire books for Marvel falls into the category ‘wait for the trade’; when he is brought onto an ailing title for the purposes of boosting sales in the wake of a crossover, this is a confirmed decision. Thunderbolts was always in the lower tier of Marvel’s titles – the…

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Wolverine #56–61 by Jason Aaron (#56), Marc Guggenheim (57–61) and Howard Chaykin I reserve books from my library using their online search facility – I searched for Jason Aaron after discovering how brilliant Scalped was, and this collection was listed under his name. It was only when I got it that I found out that it was mostly the TV…

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