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Eternals #1–7 by Neil Gaiman and John Romita Jr Well, I say that the book is by the two artists, but the hardcover title seems to suggest it was only Neil Gaiman responsible for it. Ah well, marketing types know what they are doing, right? JRJr is a very important contributor to the book – just look at pages 2…

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I tend to use this site as a catalogue of the things I have read/seen, in the form of me reviewing them. However, there are other types of post that interrupt the discussion of my entertainment consumption. This is one of those posts. Because, when I saw the preview pages of Captain Britain and MI:13 #1 over at CBR, I…

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Just to show how up to date and topical I am not, here are my thoughts on the made-for-DVD cartoon film of Iron Man in the week in which the much-hyped Iron Man film reaches our screens. I would say this is irony, but that would be an awful pun … Tony Stark is trying to raise an ancient Chinese…

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The solicitations are up for Image comics in July, but there is only one book to point out, as reinforced by Scott Dunbier’s post about it: LIBERTY COMICS: A CBLDF BENEFIT BOOK (ONE-SHOT) Quoteth the blurb: DEFEND YOUR LIBERTY!The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund and Image Comics defend your freedom of speech with LIBERTY COMICS, an all-new 32-page, full color…

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Comic Review: Secret Invasion #1


By Brian Michael Bendis and Leinil Yu I know I’m rather late to proceedings, but that has never stopped me before. This week, I have been posting my thoughts on recent books from the library written by Bendis, in roughly chronological order (apart from my review of the first New Avengers trade here, showing that I’ve been interested since the…

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From A Library: House of M


House of M #1–8 by Brian Michael Bendis & Oliver Coipel A series where I knew the result (‘No more mutants’) without reading the actual comic books themselves, I wanted to read this because I enjoy Bendis’ work and I quite like alternate timeline stories. Now that I’ve read it, I realised I didn’t need to read it; the end…

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Avengers #500–503 and Avengers: Finale by Brian Michael Bendis and David Finch This collection of comic books would probably mean more (or anger me) if I was an Avengers fan of old; I’m not and therefore have no link to these characters as a team. The history is nothing me. So, I hope I come to it with a fresh…

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Secret War issues 1–5 by Brian Michael Bendis and Gabriele Dell-otto In an attempt at journalistic integrity, I should mention that the trade also collects the Secret Files, not written by Bendis, but based on the Bendis-written info-pieces at the end of each individual issue. It doesn’t really count as part of the story, and is really only for the…

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Batman #655–658, #663–666 by Grant Morrison and Andy Kubert I’ve been reading quite a few Batman books recently (as subsequent posts will attest), including getting round to reading Batman: The Long Halloween (which was a mistake, but that’s not important). So, when the hardback of a new Batman story written Grant Morrison, I grabbed it off the shelves faster than…

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Doctor Strange: The Sorcerer Supreme The Master of the Mystic Arts seems like an idea that is great for animation – the cartoonists will be able to bring to life the ethereal quality of magic as envisaged by Steve Ditko and make it even more tangible, the stuff of dreams made real. However, the filmmakers seemed to have completely missed…

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