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An incomplete discussion today: also included in the purchases from the comic shop were Avengers vs Atlas #2 and Incredible Hercules #141, but they will be discussed separately (and I really must get round to doing that soon), so only two books today. Joe the Barbarian #2For a relatively straightforward Grant Morrison comic, this is still fun and yet play…

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After moaning like a sad old man about digital comics yesterday, it’s time to talk about the old-fashioned paper type again, as I get round to talking about comics I purchased for my entertainment back in February. The Boys #39For the most part, I didn’t enjoy this issue: the art by John McCrea is not his best, and Ennis doesn’t…

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Green Arrow and Black Canary Wedding Special #1 by Judd Winick and Amanda Conner, Green Arrow and Black Canary #1–5 by Judd Winick and Cliff Chiang Although I think The Adventures Of Barry Ween, Boy Genius is one of the greatest comic books ever, I’ve not been a particular fan of Winick’s mainstream superhero work (and I’ve tried). Fortunately, he…

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Marvel Zombies v3 #1–4 by Fred Van Lente and Kev Walker I don’t really get the appeal of the zombie thing – it’s all rather grim, even with the black sense of humour that usually accompanies it. I’ve enjoyed some of the films (Shaun Of The Dead, Zombieland) but they’re more comedies than zombie films – I think the fetish…

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Immortal Weapons #1–5 written and drawn by various The Immortal Iron Fist was a fantastically good comic book – the job done by Matt Fraction, Ed Brubaker and David Aja on the character of Danny Rand, the introduction of the legacy of Iron Fists, and making a martial arts superhero comic book work at all in the current climate is…

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Wolverine: Manifest Destiny #1–4 by Jason Aaron, Stephen Segovia and Paco Diaz Luque A Wolverine mini-series that is essentially a love note to wushu movies (and Bruce Lee in particular – individual chapters are called ‘Enter The Wolverine’ and ‘The Way Of The Black Dragon’), written by Jason Aaron? For only £4 from the Gosh! pack sale shelf? Yes, thank…

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