The Amazing Spider-Man #649
Peter and his “mountains of porn”
The Daily Show’s Wyatt Cenac, 30 Rock’s Scott Adsit, Nicki & Sara Live’s Sara Schaefer and The Sarah Silverman Program’s Brian Posehn are among the TV
what the what??!
"Everyone’s got a clone, don’t let it go to your head. Fucking Magneto has a clone.”
[From Scarlet Spider #18. 2013.]
It’s yet another Wednesday and here are some comics that you might want to pick up this week. And this week there’s a THEME (giving you even more bang for your buck from this blog!)
As usual, I try to start with a first issue and this week it is a good one.
Gail Simone’s run on Red Sonja begins today. There are a lot of variant covers, the one above is by Fiona Staples who was just nominated for a Harvey as best artist and cover artist (more on that later.)
I have read very little Red Sonja but I really enjoyed this issue. Give it a try.
Another first issue to check out is Daymen #1 by Matt Gagnon and Michael Alan Nelson and, for me the real treat, art by Brian Stelfreeze. It’s a vampire/gangster mash-up. Check out the preview here. Is that red hair or pink? CLOSE ENOUGH!
If you don’t buy this comic Batwoman is going to make you.
Ha, I bet you said that Catwoman doesn’t have red hair. But Carrie Kelly does and she’s in this issue. Also how awesome is that cover?
Another issue of Bendis’ Scarlett just 5 months after the last one. If you’re a big fan of the series you’ll pick it up. If not wait for the trade although that may not be out for a very long time.
It’s a mother of a FF’n pool party. While the cover is Allred, inside it’s Joe Quinones. The preview pages look as if he’s channeling Allred pretty well.
Carol Danvers, not a red head. However, written by a red head!
I’m not a fan of Condor, but ya gotta get your Black Canary fix somehow.
The print issue of Batman Beyond Unlimited containing the Batgirl Beyond arc by Scott Peterson and Annie Wu with the new Batgirl joining up with a now gray haired Barbara Gordon is supposed to be out today. That’s a little strange as only the first chapter of the “digital first” arc has appeared, well, digitally. I just checked on Comixology and the issue is not available with the other DC comics out today. But I have confirmed it is in shops. So I’m not sure what is going on. Just know that right now, this is the only announced appearance of this character, so if you want to see more of this new Batgirl you have to support the arc.
What’s on your list today?
Batman: Two of a Kind, final published version - by Bruce Timm from Batman: Black and White, DC Comics, 2007.
I don’t think people give Flash enough credit.
I love all the Flashes. Guys with big hearts who want to do good things.
who is the artist on this, does anyone know? The art looks familiar but I can’t quite put my finger on it
If memory serves, this is by the amazing Francis Manapul.
thanks! his works is fantastic O_o
big thankto everyone who provided the answer!