Steve Gerber’s final work on the first volume of Howard the Duck (for real this time!) feels like a losing gamble.
Examining Howard the Duck #28 – when a Wolfman writes a duck man and ends up with a bomb.
“Slash and burn, return, listen to yourself churn. . ” as we come to the final arc of the first volume of Howard the Duck to be penned by Steve Gerber.
Ten ways to look at Howard the Duck #24 – the part that reflects the whole, the whole that is just a part.
Brief reviews of comics released between January 1st and 15th, 2020 (like Miles Morales: Spider-Man #14 and Second Coming #6), plus a couple of outliers I picked up (like Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen #3).
A long time ago in a world he never made. . . STAR WAUGH! Third in an ongoing Howard the Duck reading series.
Brief reviews of comics that were released in September 2019, including Agents of Atlas #2, Wonder Twins #7, and Power Pack: Grow Up! #1
What do Disney and “decency” campaigns have in common? The blandification of culture. Covering Howard the Duck #21.
Brief reviews of comics released between June 12 and July 3, 2019, including Monstress #23, Moon Girl & Devil Dinosaur #44, and Wonder Twins #5
Brief review of comics released between (mostly) December 19, 2018 to January 16 – including Runaways #16, Bitter Root #3, and Fantastic Four #5.
Brief reviews of recent comics released August 22 to September 5, 2018; including Border Town #1, Black Hammer: Age of Doom #4, and Paper Girls #24.
The final installment of our reading series examining both version of Omega the Unknown, this time examining The Defenders #76 and #77, in which the original series was wrapped up after being cancelled.
Brief review of comics released in July 2018, including Astonisher #9, Captain America #1, The Quantum Age #1 and Paper Girls #22.
The not-so-final installment on the final installments of both versions of Omega the Unknown.
Brief Reviews of Comics released between June 13th and 27th, 2018, including Runaways #10, Exiles #4, and Black Hammer: Age of Doom #3.
The ninth installment of reading both versions of Omega the Unknown (from 1976 and 2007 respectively) against each other.
Both versions of Omega the Unknown #8 seem to be “nowhere plans for nobody.”
Brief reviews of comics that came out between March 7 and 21, including Marvel Two-in-One #4, Black Bolt #11, and the Mighty Thor #705.
Brief reviews of comics books released between November 1st and the 22nd, including Astonisher #2, Power Pack #63, and Runaways #3.
The second installment of our Omega the Unknown double-read through, as our protagonist is introduced to New York City.
The first installment in a new series of posts comparing the 1970s Omega the Unknown comic book and the 2000s re-imagining.