Brianjames

Name: Brian Hofacker

Bio: You can also check out more of my reviews and interviews at www.dynamicforces.comAnd more of my misadventures here myspace.com/brianjames81 More later...


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    From the┬ásenses-shattering start to the fighting finish, Brubaker and McNiven pull out all the stops for Captain America #1 and…

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    From the┬ásenses-shattering start to the fighting finish, Brubaker and McNiven pull out all the stops for Captain America #1 and…

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    Marvel Divas presents an incredibly entertaining look into the fast-lane lifestyles of four super-powered and single gal pals who have…

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    Brianjames's Recent Comments
    July 15, 2011 12:02 pm

    rats! now I need to spend my weekend re-reading the whole brubaker run on Cap! Great kick-off issue! Just wish it had been a giant-size collector's item first issue.

    July 15, 2011 12:02 pm

    rats! now I need to spend my weekend re-reading the whole brubaker run on Cap! Great kick-off issue! Just wish it had been a giant-size collector's item first issue.

    June 10, 2009 10:06 pm Yeah, I do. There's a part of me that had to imagine it being drawn by Jim Lee... but I think the bigger issue is that we are all 18 years older now. I think this book is a good reminder that sometimes we just have to let our comic books be exactly what they are meant to be.... fun.
    February 4, 2009 5:27 pm I'll be there for sure. I'll bring along some of the Dynamite crew as well.
    January 8, 2009 4:41 pm

    Agreed, fun books are the best books. That's what this is supposed to be all about. Fraction is doing a great job with these Thor One-Shots. And badass is cool too.

    January 8, 2009 4:37 pm

    Even f you're not a fan of his unique art, Olivetti's work on Cable grows on you because it is fitting for tone of the story. I think if the same story was drawn by by Jim Lee or David Finch, or even Rob Liefeld, the impression would be totally lost. His style certainly isn't for everybody, but it works here. 

    And this is definitely a reader's book, both in words and pictures.