Tag Archives: Ed Brubaker

5 Reasons The Immortal Iron Fist is The Best

This article was originally published at ComicBook.Com on March 21, 2017. There’s more buzz surrounding the character Iron Fist today than ever before. While Iron Fist has been a longtime cult favorite among comics readers, his appearances in other media … Continue reading

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The Fade Out #12: Burning in the Past

This article was originally published at Comics Bulletin on January 7, 2015. The Fade Out #12 is a very disappointing comic book. It’s an anti-climax with no big showdown, revelations, or deaths. The closest thing to any of this came … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Criminal Special Edition is Filled with Swords, Sorcery, and Savagery

This article was originally published at ComicBook.Com on February 25, 2015. A sparsely garbed warrior wields his sword to strike down thieves, thugs, and anyone else who may cross his path. He revels in adventures where he seizes both treasures … Continue reading

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The Fade Out #4: A Beautiful Dedication (Review)

This article was originally published at ComicBook.Com on January 5, 2014. The Fade Out #4 opens with a dedication to Eduardo Navarro Lopez. Lopez was Elizabeth Breitweiser’s color flatting assistant on comics like Fatale, Velvet, and The Fade Out and … Continue reading

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ADVANCE REVIEW: The Fade Out #1 Is A Massive Success

This article was originally published at ComicBook.Com on August 11, 2014. Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips will go down as one of the classic teams in comics’ canon. Like Jack Kirby and Stan Lee, Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli, Garth … Continue reading

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Weekly Checkup – 06/26/2013

Whoa, this week was a whopper and I feel absolutely spoiled. With everything from pulp revivals (Five Ghosts) to great superhero action (FF and Young Avengers), from dynamic debuts (Lazarus) to the best comic in recent memory (Hawkeye (read: Hawkguy)) … Continue reading

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Wednesday Checkup – 05/15/2013

I’m currently traveling for work, which means I’m writing on from Denver International Airport right now. This has also left me unable to read anything from my physical pull file today. So please check back tomorrow for some quick thoughts … Continue reading

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Friday Follow Up – 03/29/2013

Age of Ultron #3 On the bright side, we got a more dramatic reveal than Captain America hanging out in a hallway at the end of this issue. Besides that final reveal, there isn’t a whole lot new about this … Continue reading

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The Next Big Thing, Again

It has been about five months since Marvel’s last Earth-shattering, mind-blowing, character-changing, nothing-in-the-world-like-it event series, so naturally it’s time for another. If you didn’t detect a small amount of exasperation in that sentence, then you’re reading it wrong. Event comics … Continue reading

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