Reading Comics author Douglas Wolk runs down the hottest comics and graphic novels coming out this week.
^ 15 LOVE #2
The first issue of this long-mothballed Andi Watson/Tommy Ohtsuka miniseries (about Millie Collins as a teenage tennis not-quite-prodigy realizing that her future title is probably not going to be Millie the Tennis Player, and that modeling might be the way to go) was, as expected, slightly Americanized teen-sports-manga stuff, fluffy and fun...
^ Justice Dept.
% Bureau of the Interior
¢ Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms
It's been a while since we've heard from Dave McKean in comics, and his new book is a not-very-plot-heavy thing involving a lot of large images and a lot of very stylized nudity and sex. Not...
* Bring on the bad guys
^ Bring on the dancing horses
% Bring on the night
¢ Bring on the rain
* AVENGERS ACADEMY GIANT-SIZE #1
This Paul Tobin/David Baldeon project was on and off the schedule, initially as Avengers Academy Annual, Spider-Girl Annual and Young Allies Annual, a three-part story called "Game On" in which they'd take on Arcade and Murderworld, then as a miniseries called Arcade: Death Game; it turned out the whole thing was just being telescoped into a $8 one-shot. Sou...
On sale this week is the first issue of Moon Knight. A Marvel Comics mainstay since his introduction in the 1970s, the schizophrenic superhero has been retooled by writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist Alex Maleev, the fan-favorite creative team who returned the Daredevil character to prominence in a legendary series from the last decade...
As Marvel's street-level Shadowland storyline draws to a close and its participants reel in the wake of its undead ninja fallout, fans can look forward to reliving the sinister period in Hell's Kitchen's history in miniature via Diamond Select and Art Asylum's series 38 two-packs this April...
Marvel'sCup o' Joe panel at New York Comic Con 2010 consisted mostly of a question and answer session, but there were a few interesting revelations over the course of the presentation. Marvel's Arune Singh brought up the return of CrossGen by saying one name: Mark Waid, who was a writer for CrossGen before it went out of business...
Marvel's go-to guys for all things cosmic are taking it to the streets in "Heroes for Hire," a new series launching in December. Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning will be writing the series, as confirmed in a new press release from Marvel that follows days of teaser images featuring the team's eclectic membership, which includes Iron Fist, Moon Knight, Ghost Rider, Elektra and the Punisher (although there may be additional heroes on the payroll, as suggested by the teaser images you can see after the jump).As ...
A shadow is falling over the streets of New York City, and none of Marvel's urban champions are safe. Guess that's just what happens when a frustrated blind lawyer gets put in charge of an evil mystical ninja clan...
It's one of the worst-kept secrets in comic shop squabbles: Moon Knight is kind of like Batman. It's cool though, because most fans tend to really dig both heroes (well, when MK is acting heroic anyway)...
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