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New Excalibur #16–24 by Chris Claremont and various artists I don’t know why I do it sometimes. I used to like Chris Claremont’s writing growing up; I’d been re-reading old Excaliburs because of the ClanDestine mini-series; and Paul Cornell was bringing back Captain Britain to his own title. Put all these together, and the appearance of this collection on the…

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Moon Knight #7–13 by Charlie Huston and David Finch/Mico Suayan/Tomm Coker, plus Annual #1 by Duane Swierczynski and Jefte Paolo Although I didn’t completely enjoy the first collection of Huston’s take on Moon Knight, it didn’t mean I wouldn’t read any more of the stories. Now that Huston has set up the new status quo (Moon Knight is back in…

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Superman #662‒664, 667 and Annual #13 by Kurt Busiek & Carlos Pacheco This second trade of Busiek & Pacheco’s run on Superman, finishing off the story started in the first Camelot Falls collection, which I reviewed here. To catch up: Arion has told Superman that Superman will be responsible for a dystopic future, due to his continued battle against evil,…

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Ultimate Power #1‒9 by Brian Michael Bendis, J Michael Straczynski, Jeph Loeb and Greg Land I enjoyed Supreme Power, the revamp of the Squadron Supreme by JMS and Gary Frank for the Max imprint back in 2003, and I like Bendis; I don’t like Jeph Loeb or Greg Land, so this collection was always going to be a mixed bag.…

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From A Library – Fantastic Four: The Beginning of The End and The New Fantastic Four


Fantastic Four issues 525–526 + 551–553 and 544–550 by Dwayne McDuffie & Paul Pelletier and Karl Kesel & Tom Grummett I like the Fantastic Four: stories about exploring the edge of narrative imagination and about family appeal to me. However, creators don’t always get this mix right, resulting in some less than stellar stories for ‘The World’s Greatest Comic’. The…

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Issues #1–7 by Greg Rucka (1–5), Rucka/Nunzio DeFillipis/Christina Weir (6, 7), Jesus Saiz (1, 2, 4, 5), Cliff Richards (3, 6, 7) Even though Checkmate revives a previously used concept in the DC Universe (of which I have almost no knowledge apart from the John Ostrander Suicide Squad), these new stories are really an excuse for Greg Rucka to bring…

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Origin issues #1–6 by Bill Jemas, Joe Quesada, Paul Jenkins (plot), Paul Jenkins (script), Andy Kubert (pencils), Richard Isanove (digital painting) If you’ve read this blog before, you might have picked up on the fact that I entered the world of mainstream American superhero comics via the X-Men, specifically Chris Claremont’s Uncanny X-Men. I am not unique in this; this…

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Written by Bill Willingham, art by various. One of the magical (if you’ll pardon the pun) things about comics is that they can do just about anything: anthropomorphised rabbit samurai in feudal Japan, a barbarian aardvark, a former preacher with the voice of God whose best friend is a vampire, three animals encased in robotic armour escaping from the facility…

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Captain America #1‒7 by Ed Brubaker, Steve Epting, Michael Lark and John Paul Leon I have read some Captain America comics in my time, as well as comics with Cap as a central character in a team, but I’ve never really connected with the character. For this reason, I didn’t pick up this new version of Steve Rogers, even though…

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