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It’s Wednesday, which means comics. Several issues I’ve been looking forward to released today, but there has also been some sad news from Marvel’s January 2015 solicitations. Both X-Factor and She Hulk are ending in January – two titles I’ve … Continue reading
Most annuals tell a one-off story. The Red Lanterns Annual is an important chapter in the extended story arc Charles Soule has been writing. There’s been a lot of build-up with Atrocitus preparing to destroy Guy Gardner and his team, … Continue reading
It’s Wednesday, and comic fans know what that means. It’s the middle of the week of course. The comics I picked up today include Cyclops 3, X-Men 17, Guardians of the Galaxy 17, Uncanny X-Men 24, Red Sonja 0, Red … Continue reading
It’s a bit of a small week for me with comics, and that’s probably a good thing. I just got my professional feedback for my book back, so I’ll be spending the next while working on it. On the upside … Continue reading
If this and Supergirl 32’s releases were switched, it would have made Supergirl 32 less confusing. It still wouldn’t have helped its other faults, but still. This issue shows the scene where Supergirl is kicked out of the Red Lanterns.
It’s Wednesday, and you know what that means. Comics! Before I get into this week’s pulls, a brief update on my fiction writing since it may affect my posts next week. The official editing process for my first book begins … Continue reading
When they announced Supergirl would become a Red Lantern, I was skeptical. The first few issues of Tony Bedard’s run seemed to regress Supergirl’s character development, making her angry just when she was starting to emotionally heal from her home … Continue reading