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FANTASTIC FOUR #2
James Robinson – Writer
Leonard Kirk – Art
I said I’d give this comic a go as I was on the fence with the first issue but now I’m pretty sure I’m done. We start with more of Sue’s melodramatic diary left for her children that is so thick with ham you could carve it. This is a problem I have with Robinson’s writing (at least his modern work, I haven’t really read any of his older stuff) I find
A review I wrote for the show True Detective is up on the website, Style & Sound Please check it out. It would be much appreciated.
BATMAN/SUPERMAN ANNUAL #1
Greg Pak – Writer
Jae Lee, Kenneth Rocafort and Philip Tan – Art
I almost didn’t pick this one up. I’m glad I did. Acting as a sort of sequel to the main books’ second storyline – the son of Mongul, Jochi brings Warworld to Earth in order to take his revenge on the two heroes for his father’s defeat. Jochi demands that Superman and Batman face him with their “families” or he will burn the planet, so they gather up Supe
ALL STAR WESTERN FEATURING: JONAH HEX #28
Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti – Writers
Staz Johnson and Fabrizio Fiorentino – Art
Another, maybe final, part of Hex’s travels through time that starts quite jarringly when you realise the change in art. Moritat has been such a integral part of this book that it did take me a few pages to get use to the new style. But that being said there was certainly nothing wrong with the new art and I’m sure Moritat will be back soon. The big reveal of Jonah’s scarless face is not exactly kept a secret as several pretty big hints are dropped here and there before the unbanda