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For as long as I’ve been a member of my local library (about three years now), it has been free to reserve a book using their online system and I have used that to the full – the library is part of the London borough libraries, so I could get books from all over London even if my own didn’t…

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Batman #635–641 (vol. 1) and #645–650 + Annual #25by Judd Winick and Doug Mahnke, Paul Lee, Shane Davis, Eric Battle Growing up, there were superheroes who were mostly and definitely dead, not coming back, died in action: Bucky, Barry Allen and Jason Todd. How things change. Now, I know nothing in comics is sacrosanct but it was important that these…

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Vol. 1: Free Comic Book Day 2007 (Dan Slott & Phil Jimenez) & Amazing Spider-Man #546–551 (#546–548 Slott & Steve McNiven + Marc Guggenheim & Greg Land, Bob Gale + Phil Winslade, Zeb Wells & Mike Deodato; #549–551 Guggenheim & Salvador Larroca)Vol. 2: Amazing Spider-Man #552–558 (#552–554 Gale & Jimenez; #555–557 Wells & Chris Bachalo; #558 Gale & Barry Kitson)…

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I have been enjoying the delights of the library’s reservation system and reading an odd selection of comic books in trade paperback form. The notes I made on each didn’t quite gel into full discussions about them, but I wanted to collect them in one space together, so here they are. ********************************** Super-villain Team-up: MODOK’s 11 Issues 1–5 by Fred…

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Incredible Hulk #112, Incredible Hercules #113–115 by Greg Pak & Fred Van Lente and Khoi Pham, and Hulk Vs. Hercules: When Titans Collide by Greg Pak & Fred Van Lente and various artists If you spend enough time reading comic book blogs, there is only so much internet buzz you can ignore before you have to give in and try…

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Justice League of America # 1–7 by Brad Meltzer and Ed Benes If there is an example of the difference between reading something in the single issues and reading the trade in one sitting, this story should be on the reading list. I remember the reviews of almost anger and disbelief when people read this when it came out –…

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Green Lantern: Rebirth #1–6 Geoff Johns and Ethan Van Sciver Having enjoyed Geoff Johns’ Superman and the Legion of Super-Heroes [LINK], I’ve become inclined to try more of his work (via the library, naturally). I’ve never been a particularly big fan of Green Lantern, I don’t really care about Hal Jordan versus Kyle Rayner, so I can be considered a…

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Blade #1–6 by Marc Guggenheim and Howard Chaykin A confession: apart from his appearances in Captain Britain and MI:13, I’ve never read a Blade comic, or even a comic book with Blade in it. Like most other people, I’m more familiar with Eric ‘Blade’ Brooks via the films (first one good, second one better, third one awful). Therefore, Guggenheim has…

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Collection of the first Tangent comics, based on concepts created by Dan Jurgens. Volume 1Dan Jurgens – The AtomRon Marz & Mike McKone – Metal MenJames Robinson & JH Williams III – Green LanternTodd Dezago & Gary Frank – FlashKurt Busiek & Paul Ryan – Sea Devils I haven’t read any comics from Dan Jurgens before – no particular reason,…

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By Paul Gravett With Watchmen hype flowing over the world and DC trying to capture the zeitgeist and get people to try comic books with their ‘After Watchmen, What Next?’ promotion (which isn’t going to work but points for effort), the answer to the question of what sorts of comic books would people try can be found in other places.…

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