Discussion in 'Comic Books' started by Movie-Brat, Nov 5, 2013.
A look at the Answer The Call team has been up in a preview of Ghostbusters 101
Archie is about to kill off a major character when Archie and Reggie street race in "Over the Edge"
So what is this, Fast and the Furious-Archie style?
Marvel's Generations is a 10 issue team up crossover series between the original heroes and the legacy heroes.
George Takei teams up with IDW for comic about his time in WWII internment camp
Marvel to stop event comics for 18 months after Secret Empire.
Thank god! Marvel's learning! ^_^ Somebody at Marvel has common sense!
That's a bad thing in my opinion only because it most likely means I'm going to have to wait for another full year for the FF to return.
Better than event after event after event. Like, cool it with events, Marvel! Establish a status quo first.
Seriously probably the only person who actually enjoy Marvel's events, well at least half the ones in the past decade basically the ones without Bendis' involvement are decent. I know people hate the tie-ins as well but it helps the Marvel Universe feel more connected as well. I mean it's not like I have the money to follow every single storyline at once at least with a tie in I don't need lead way.
I don't hate event comics. Just that the problem is that they should cool it with event after event. Like small event comics like Monsters Unleashed, awesome. Those I don't mind as long as they establish a status quo first and do those without shaking things up. I'm okay with those. Just no more big event stuff. Enough. So I'm happy that Marvel seems to be learning so far.
For the most part, event comics are bloated, boring wastes of money, or terrible, shit-tastic wastes of money. That's why the smaller ones are sometimes not awful. Can't get bloated if you're more small scale.
Tell that to Shadowland.
I'd have to say my favourite event comics have been less of the company-wide variety and more the ones that only affect certain books, like the Rann-Thanagar War arc DC did a while back; it was well-done event that focused on the more space-based books.
Yes, I'll tell that to the 7 year old event that was small scale and therefore one that I said was significantly more likely to be good (I've said that a few times, including the post you just quoted).
Kristen "Kiwi" smith (Legally Blonde) discusses her comic book for BOOM! Comics Misfit City, an all girl group in the spirit of The Goonies.
Funny, I wished for this before.
X-Men Gold artist Ardian Syaf snuck in some anti Christian and Jewish references in the first issue. Got the feeling he's not going to last much longer on the series
Or in the industry in general.
I know about it. G. Willow Wilson had choice words about him. Guy is undoubtedly an Anti-Semitic prick.
In fact, here's her post on what that one verse really means
Boom Studios to launch new ongoing series starring The Wyld Stallyns with Bill & Ted Save The Universe
Marvel and Archie Comics team up for Marvel Comics Digests.
It's about time
I already linked that months ago.
Sorry, didn't see that.
It's alright. Just edit your post to say "First Preview" just to clarify for people.
Sneak peek of the second issue of Ghostbusters 101
IDW to launch Star Wars Adventures, a comic series aimed at younger readers
Guess what else Kelly Thompson is writing at Marvel?
Captain Phasma to get her own 4 part miniseries showing how she escaped from the Starkiller Base
Wtf? I thought Marvel got all the Star Wars stuff?
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