Tag Archives: John Cassaday

Planetary #14: And Here’s How It Really Happened

This article was originally published at Comics Bulletin on December 24, 2015. Ray Sonne: So, now that the relevant bit of what made Elijah Snow start The Planetary Guide is all said and done last chapter, Ellis and Cassaday move … Continue reading

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Planetary #13: Turning the Century

This article was originally published at Comics Bulletin on December 10, 2015. Chase Magnett: After Planetary #12 establishes how the series will proceed for its second half, Planetary #13 takes a pause to look back at the origins of Elijah … Continue reading

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Star Wars #1 is Everything You Want from a Star Wars Comic

This article was originally published at ComicBook.Com on January 12, 2014. Whether you’re a die hard fan, a cinephile, or someone who just enjoys movies, you probably have some sort of relationship with Star Wars. The cultural impact of George … Continue reading

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Planetary #11: A Cold War Hot Off The Presses

This article was originally published at Comics Bulletin on December 2, 2014. Chase Magnett: Planetary #11 begins in 1969 when the spy genre was king. It’s the year that saw the release of the sixth James Bond film, On Her … Continue reading

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Planetary #10: Secrets, Lies, and Death

This article was originally published at Comics Bulletin on November 18, 2014. Ray Sonne: Time to be afraid. Time to be very afraid. Warren Ellis and John Cassaday turn their critical eyes back to the superhero genre in Planetary #10 … Continue reading

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World’s Finest: Planetary #9: Planet Fiction

This article was originally published at Infinite Comix on September 17, 2014. Chase Magnett: Every conversation we’ve had up until this point has centered around a period in history, genre, or some combination of the two which Planetary is addressing. … Continue reading

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World’s Finest: Planetary #8: Half A Life

  This article was originally published at Infinite Comix on September 9, 2014. Ray Sonne: In Planetary #8: The Day the Earth Turned Slower, we return to both the 50s and the monster movie genres. Instead of an island full … Continue reading

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World’s Finest: Planetary #7: Time To Be Someone Else

  Chase Magnett: The British Invasion of the 1980’s is one of the most important events in modern comics history. Creators like Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, Grant Morrison, and many others first rose to prominence in the late 80’s. Their diverse … Continue reading

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World’s Finest: Planetary #6: Where There’s Blood Instead of Snow

This article was originally published at Infinite Comix on August 13, 2014. Ray Sonne: Planetary #6 introduces the series’ main plotline and antagonists, The Four. The Four are, of course, pastiches of The Fantastic Four wrapped up in sci-fi plot … Continue reading

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World’s Finest: Planetary #5: The Death of a Medium

This article was originally published at DC Infinite on July 30, 2014. Chase Magnett: This may be the most difficult issue of Planetary to discuss so far. That’s not because it is poorly written. It is that the focus of … Continue reading

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