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‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ #1 Brings Back The Quips, But Feels Like A ‘Superior’ Epilogue

The Amazing Spider-Man 1 Review
Marvel Comics

Dan Slott must have been saving up his jokes over the past 16 months or so.

The Amazing Spider-Man #1, the issue that officially reintroduces Peter Parker to the Marvel Universe after a lengthy absence during which his body was under the control of Doctor Octopus, is chock full of laugh lines that really hit. Slott, artist Humberto Ramos, inker Victor Olazaba and colorist Edgar Delgado get the tone just right, but I couldn't help but feel that the story itself was a bit lacking in forward momentum, as the lingering effects of Superior Spider-Man dominated the issue's lead story.

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War Rocket Ajax Early Edition: Batman, Hawkeye, and Magnus: Robot Fighter [Podcast]

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Each week, ComicsAlliance’s Chris Sims and Matt Wilson host the War Rocket Ajax podcast, their online audio venue for interviews with comics creators, reviews of the books of the week, and whatever else they want to talk about. ComicsAlliance is offering clips of the comics-specific segments of the show several days before the full podcast goes up at WarRocketAjax.c

Ask Chris #180: Love Letters

Ask Chris art by Erica Henderson

Q: Lettering: who does it best and why? -- @awa64

A: Comic book lettering is up there with inking and coloring in the holy trinity of underrated comic book skills, but it's also one of those things that, once you start paying attention to it, you'll never be able to not notice it again. I'm not exaggerating even a little bit when I say that it's one of those things that can absolutely ruin a comic if it's done wrong, even if everything else is perfect. But to be honest, of those three elements, lettering is still probably the most underrated.

The thing is, when it's good, it can be absolutely gorgeous in its own right. And fortunately for us, there are a lot of people who do it very, very well.

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‘Infinity’ #1 Smashes Event Comic Conventions [Spoiler-Free Review]

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First issues of event comics have to accomplish a lot. They have to introduce a conflict, introduce a villain, give heroes memorable moments that bring the reader back to see more, set up side stories that can be fleshed out in other titles, have a big battle scene, and the list goes on.

Infinity #1 by writer Jonathan Hickman and artist Jim Cheung with a team of inkers, colorist Justin Ponsor and letterer Chris Eliopoulos, does some of those things, but in a sort of sidestep rather than a straight-ahead dash. And some of the items on the checklist, it willfully denies the reader. In the end, I wound up liking the approach, but getting there took a lot of trust not every reader may have.

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Pizza Dog And The Art Of Comics: Deconstructing ‘Hawkeye’ #11

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Bro. Let me tell you about Pizza Dog (also known as Lucky, formerly known as Arrow) and why his spotlight story in the latest issue of his owner's comic "Hawkeye" (also known as "Hawkguy") is one of the best comics ever.

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War Rocket Ajax #107: ‘Cow Boy’ and ‘Da Dip’ with Nate Cosby

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This week on War Rocket Ajax, Chris and Matt are joined by friend of the show and former Marvel editor Nate Cosby! He's here to tell us all about his new projects, Pigs for Image and Cow Boy at Archaia, and you can listen to the entire show right here at ComicsAlliance!War Rocket Ajax #104: War Rocket Phat Jamzzzzzz with Nate Cosby
(WARNING: Contains NSFW language)

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Archaia’s ‘The Storyteller’ Honors Jim Henson with Top Talents [Preview]

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On sale this week from Archaia is Jim Henson's The Storyteller Volume 1, a new hardcover anthology based on the Jim Henson television series of the 1980s and early 1990s. Created in full cooperation

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The Making of Joe Quesada’s ‘Venom’ #1 Cover [Art]

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Despite overseeing Marvel Comics for a decade as Editor-in-Chief and operating now as the Chief Creative Officer of Marvel Entertainment, Joe Quesada was and always will be an illustrator at heart. Before his work as an executive,

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Adorbz Kitty Superheroes MRVLCATS Can Has Our Hearts

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Following a Twitter back-and-forth between Marvel.com editor Ryan Penagos and cartoonists Chris Eliopoulos and Katie Cook, the social network was inundated Thursday with a great wave of cuteness the likes of which haven't been seen since Commissioner James G

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