Name: Levi Hunt
For Comics shipping on 05/22/13
- DAREDEVIL #26
- GODZILLA: THE HALF-CENTURY WAR TP
- YOUNG AVENGERS #5
- THE SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN #10
- AVENGERS #12
- REVIVAL #10
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May 13, 2013 3:28 pm Thanks, I'll look into it. I'm looking for sites with the actual on sale date though if Timmy or anyone else knows of such a site.
May 13, 2013 2:37 pm One shot, then the next four parts crossover between Captain Marvel and Assemble.
May 13, 2013 1:12 pm I think you've been asked this before, but what website are you getting all these dates from? I'm trying to track down release dates for comics released from about 1999 on to now, but I can only find sites (like ifanboy, comicslist, diamond) that only go back to about 2007. Thanks if you can help!
May 13, 2013 10:52 am That art is great, and I really liked the TV series. Anyone who has read this want to give it a recommendation?
May 12, 2013 9:03 pm Good stuff guys. The one area that I would disagree a bit is with Batman and Robin. It's fine if you guys don't like it, and I understand that you might be griefed out by too many years of Batman brooding, but I actually think it would be missing the point to say it's a book all about grief. It feels to me like Tomasi is writing this book with a wink and a nod to the fans who have been through this before. This feels purposely absurd and fun. I mean, in the first issue Batman became Dr. Frankenstein. In this issue Batman essentially switched places with Red Hood. He took advantage of Jason's vulnerable state, making Jason feel like part of the family, and then in the end he showed that he was just using Todd. Todd felt like a son of Batman for a moment and then Batman told me him that Damian was his only son. Brutal. It's absurd in all the right places with the right dramatic beats. Plus I like (as Paul said) the Harriet the Spy aspect of Carrie Kelly. I personally don't think it's reveling in anything. It's giving an outlet for Bruce's anger and sadness but meanwhile it's giving us fun, surreal tales. It feels like a fever dream tale, with the Carrie Kelly parts being the sections of the book that bring us back to reality. Just some food for thought. Cheers!
May 8, 2013 5:19 pm This is my answer in 2013 to the question "I generally only like indie comics, is there one book from Marvel or DC I should be reading?" (replacing 2011's answer of Daredevil and 2012's answer of Hawkeye). Great to see this getting another pick from iFanboy. Oh, and I really like your writing Paul, you captured the tone of the Thor issue in your review of it. Nice stuff.
May 8, 2013 5:11 pm Surprisingly, this would have been my pick of the week, if not for Thor coming out on the same week. The most enjoyable issue since the first 3.
May 8, 2013 5:09 pm I was thinking the same thing. The addition of the Cannonball/Sunspot relationship is the best thing Hickman has added so far. Their interactions are the parts of this series I think of first.
May 8, 2013 5:02 pm This will probably change once Zero Year starts, but at this moment, Batman and Robin is my favorite DC book.
May 7, 2013 11:27 am Yeah, I also love how the book just sneaks up on me. I came into the university early this morning to finish a final project and I was rewarded with a new issue of The Private Eye when I was done. How awesome is that? (BTW, this book looks absolutely beautiful on my school's iMacs. Makes me want one just for this book alone)