Comics News, Links & Reviews
Living Between Wednesdays has discovered some very weird Marvel toys, and documents them for our amusement. (That one there makes me want to sing: "Macho, Macho Spider! I’ve got to be a macho spider!…"
Chris Sims (of Invincible Super-Blog fame) has been annotating all of the Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter comics so far, and he continues his streak with the new nine-page story in the hardcover collection of the Guilty Pleasures adaptation. Thrill to the snark about Sausage-on-a-Stick! Witness a whole string of eyball-closeup panels! Meet the man known as…Dolph!
The Charleston Gazette reviews DMZ: Body of a Journalist, the second collection of the DC Comics series written by Brian Wood and illustrated by Riccardo Burchielli.
“Tpull” reviews this week’s Marvel comics, starting with Fallen Son: The Death of Captain America 5, at Comic Fodder.
Chris Sims, still of The Invincible Super-Blog, reviews this week’s comics, including All-New Atom #13, All-Star Superman #8, and Black Canary #1.
Greg Burgas of Comics Should Be Good! reviews Sam Kieth’s 2002 miniseries Four Women.
Also at CSBG, Burgas reviews the comics he bought this week, including Ant-Man #10, Chronicles of Wormwood #5, and Detective Comics #834.
Living Between Wednesdays also reviews this week’s comics, including Action Comics #851, Countdown Week 43, Midnighter #9, and more.
Graeme McMilllan of The Savage Critic reviews New Avengers/Transformers #1.
Jeff VanderMeer’s new “Comicbookslut” column in Bookslut covers Eddie Campbell’s The Black Diamond Detective Agency, God the Dyslexic Dog, and other stuff.
Bookslut reviews The Other Side, a graphic novel written by Jason Aaron and illustrated by Cameron Stewart.
Bookslut also reviews two volumes of…and I swear I am not making this up…”manga Shakespeare.”