Ten ways to look at Howard the Duck #24 – the part that reflects the whole, the whole that is just a part.
Brief review of comics released in July 2018, including Astonisher #9, Captain America #1, The Quantum Age #1 and Paper Girls #22.
Brief Reviews of Comics released between June 13th and 27th, 2018, including Runaways #10, Exiles #4, and Black Hammer: Age of Doom #3.
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 final installment of If It WAUGHs Like a Duck considers life after deadlines.
Even Steve Gerber can’t live up to the expectations of a Gerber-penned Howard the Duck, how can we expect Chip Zdarsky to?
In 1977? Evil mojo. In 2016? Evil Mojo!
Howard and Bev: thinking about the past and worrying about the future.
Everyone loves dinosaurs, just some more than others.
From Dream Land to Cleveland
Home is where the egg (or Bev) is.
Canada: As cold as space, and home to nearly as many anthropomorphic animals.
A duck by any other name could still be cool to read about, but he might not feel like Howard.
An overview of posts in need of revisiting.
In 2015 Howard the Duck explores a welcome tangent, while in 1976, he feels like he is finally moving in the right direction.
Howard and his female companion(s) on the road, again.
What do letters published in these books tell us about the difference in these series?
Gerber takes on the critics, while Zdarsky takes on the Marvel Universe.
In which my preference switches between the two series. Fast and funny beats turgid “commentary.”
Reading these two comics together that stand (let’s call it) 40 years apart, I can’t help but wonder if the versions of Howard I saw in previous issues somehow flipped across time and space to take each other’s place.