Monthly Archives: March 2014

The Wake #7 Review

  This article was originally published at DC Comics News on March 28, 2014. When The Wake returned in February to tell the second half of its story, it was met with a large amount of acclaim. Not only had … Continue reading

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James Robinson on The Saviors

Last weekend at Planet Comicon in Kansas City, I had the opportunity to speak with James Robinson after a panel on Saturday. Robinson currently writes both All-New Invaders and Fantastic Four at Marvel Comics. He also launched a creator owned series with J. Bone … Continue reading

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Sandman: Overture #2 Review

This article was originally published at DC Infinite on March 26, 2014. When Sandman: Overture was announced almost one year ago, there was a palpable excitement over Neil Gaiman’s return to his widely acclaimed comic series. The original is considered … Continue reading

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Suicide Squad: Amanda Waller #1 Review

This article was originally published at DC Infinite on March 26, 2014. Problems can stem from a variety of origins when creators work with pre-existing intellectual properties. Sometimes a concept lacks any interesting conceit or thesis for a creator to … Continue reading

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Fables #139 Review

This article was originally published at DC Infinite on March 26, 2014. Using the word ‘typical’ in a review is not necessarily a slight, assuming the standard is high. So the assertion that Fables #139 is a typical issue of … Continue reading

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Greg Rucka on: Kickstarter, Lazarus, Veil, and a Whole Lot More

This article was originally published at The Nerd Cave on March 25, 2014. Last weekend at Planet Comicon in Kansas City, I had the opportunity to speak with Greg Rucka before the show opened on Saturday. Rucka currently writes Lazarus (Image Comics), Veil (Dark … Continue reading

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Planet Comicon 2014

This article was originally published at The Nerd Cave on March 21, 2014. Kansas City’s premiere comics convention Planet Comicon concluded its first three-day show on Sunday. For many the primary attractions were the media guests with all of the Star Trek: … Continue reading

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American Vampire: Second Cycle #1 Review

This article was originally published at DC Infinite on March 20, 2014. It has been more than a year since the first half of American Vampire concluded with some sweeping changes to its status quo. It has been more than ten years … Continue reading

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12th Level Intellect: Wonder Woman: Azzarello, God of Conflict

This article was originally published at DC Infinite on March 18, 2014. Wonder Woman has been one of the most critically successful titles since the New 52 initiative was launched two and a half years ago. It’s also one of only … Continue reading

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Coloring Comics with Jordie Bellaire

This article was originally published at The Nerd Cave on March 14, 2014. Moon Knight #1 was released to much critical acclaim a little more than a week ago. It topped Reddit’s comic book pull list and received lofty reviews … Continue reading

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