Jeph Loeb’s early 2000′s graphic novel, Daredevil: Yellow. Full review to come. Keep reading for the Comic Book Herald overview. [Read more…] about Daredevil: Yellow (1-6) Review
Greg Rucka’s early 2000′s run on Black Widow. Full review to come. Keep reading for the Comic Book Herald overview. [Read more…] about Black Widow: Itsy Bitsy Spider Review
Paul Jenkin’s fantastic graphic novel The Inhumans. Full review to come. Keep reading for the Comic Book Herald overview. [Read more…] about The Inhumans (1-12)
You heard that right. Summer 2012 is shaping up to be the best season of comic book movies of all time. Aside from the glorious summer of 1990, few summers have ever come close. And guess what? That’s not even counting DC’s The Dark Knight Rises. My premise is based purely on the onslaught of Marvel trailers released since the Super Bowl. How do I know all this? I’ve got 12 reasons:
Hey! So I’m totally not caught up with my Deadpool reading at ALL, but apparently Deadpool is the latest and greatest to become a part of Marvel’s ongoing Point One series (they do an issue 40.1, for example, which explains everything that happens in issues 1-40. In theory, it’s everything I’ve ever asked for in keeping readers up to date with their favorite comics, but I’ll have to collect my thoughts on it in full some time. Like why you have to pay for the recap issue in addition to your new comics…).
For the recap issue, current Deadpool writer Daniel Way wrote as if the comic were a musical. This is a perfectly insane creative decision for a Deadpool comic, and even better yet, the book’s editor Jordan D. White WROTE AND PERFORMED ALL THE DAMN MUSIC. In real life. And you can listen to it right now, for free, just by clicking through! [Read more…] about A Quick One While He’s Away: Listen to Deadpool the Musical!