In Genesis 1, Poppy and writer Ryan Cady (Infinite Dark) tackled themes of influence through a dissection of the relationship of fans and enthusiasts to the art on which they cast their own hope and belief. Damnation: Poppy’s Inferno continues down this path.
The highlight of Superman #19 is seeing how Clark’s colleagues respond to his big news. Over the years, he has saved so many of them and they finally get a chance to thank him. Bendis gives Jimmy some really fun one-liners. It would be nice to have more reaction given the magnitude of this event.
I’ll always prefer Booth tearing it up on a book like Bloodshot where he can really stretch his wings in terms of all-out action. BLOODSHOT is an incredible return to form for OG Wildstorm artist.
Now on the workering side of Australia Day, it seemed appropriate that with a new decade I revisit a one-shot that kicked off a mini series. Killeroo – Scars resonates on a plain where Australian lore, mythos and cultural identity has equal footing. 6 years old and still just as relevant today.
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Action Lab Comics’ imprint Danger Zone is establishing Killswitch as a neat little answer to the sub-culture stylings films like Johnny Mnemonic and The Matrix are responsible for.
Megan McDonnell, a staff writer on the Marvel-based series WandaVision, to pen a script for a follow-up to 2019’s Captain Marvel.
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