I’m a sucker for Marvel World War II material and I love Chris Samnee’s work so picking up Captain America & Bucky: The Life Story Of Bucky Barnes was a given. [quote]Think you know the story of Cap and Bucky’s…
Points of interest from the comics interweb; I sort the chaff so you get the wheat. Wheat-tastic.Read More
It’s the end of the year which means it’s time to review the year in comics. In a year where there were a ton of exceptions mini-series and one shots (The Rocketeer Adventures is another great example), this one came…
DC's new program of keeping books on schedule by getting books done well ahead of publication and shifting creative teams seems to be working. Of course it also means writers and artists are being juggled around to keep things flowing. Marvel's approach seems to have artists taking turns, giving readers up to six artists in a six issue stretch.
This week's 52Q: do you stick to a book when it has multiple creators or do you cherry pick issues based on your favourites? Would you rather see a small publishing delay for creator consistency?Read More
New York Comicon 2011 just passed and here are my top five announcements. Dive right in.Read More
Another lost (to me) treasure discovered on the used shelf of my local comic shop, Catwoman: Relentless. Always a fan of Brubaker at the time I didn’t care for Stewart or Pulido’s clean lines and simplified styles; now I can’t…
We don’t focus on upcoming books enough here at Comic Book Daily so for the last Pick Five of the month I’ll be looking at the top July 2011 collections that are supposed to ship. It’s a solid month with…
Every week Comic Book Daily asks the question and the crew (and special guests) give their answers; we’ll be doing this for 52 weeks. Tip of the hat goes to the gang at Scans Daily for the inspiration and Ed Campbell for this week’s question.
Since DC is going to "re-launch" (not reboot) the entire DC Universe, what is your ideal creative team for which book in the DC relaunch?Read More