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December 5, 2020

Superheroes

Black Widow: Widow’s Sting #1 (review)

Writer: Ralph Macchio Artist: Simone Buonfantino Marvel Comics, October 2020 The promotional blurb for this title is very exciting. From the Marvel Comics’ website: Something’s stirring in the criminal underworld. Maggia boss SILVERMANE is making his move. S.H.I.E.L.D. has sent an agent in to investigate, but they’ve disappeared. It’s time to call in the heavy

X of Swords #13 (review)

Writer: Jonathan Hickman Artist: Mahmud Asar Marvel Comics, December 2020 See the cover above, featuring Apocalypse standing with his children over the bodies of the mutant superhero team called the X-Men? That does not happen in this issue. Only the other day, it seems, did we review the first issue in this story, and here

Rorschach #1 (review)

Writer: Tom King Artist: Jorge Fornés DC Comics, October 2020 October 13th of this year saw the release of Rorschach #1, the latest in a series of comics based on Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’ seminar work Watchmen. This book is remarkable, however, in that it is not part of an event like American publisher

Revisiting DCeased (Hardcover) one year later (review) – doomscrolling by another name

Writer: Tom Taylor Art: Trevor Hairsine, Stefano Gaudiano, and James Harren DC Comics, November 2019 Could anyone possibly think this story was worth gathering as an expensive hardcover comic? A re-read a year after the collected volume of DCeased, published by DC Comics, was first published kicks over the same sort of compost recycling as

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