Haven't had a chance to read much this week yet but I did read Death of Wolverine #3 and LOVED it. As a long term Logan fan seeng such a great call back to the Wolverine & Kitty Pryde mini series gave me all kids of warm fuzzy nostalgia feels
Also those amazing McNiven pencils didn't hurt either...
The only book I picked up this week was Thor no.1. I've never read any before (I've only seen the two films) and was worried I wouldn't follow the story, but it was fantastic! I wanted to check out the recent runs but thought I'd try out this issue instead as its a no.1 - yeah, you got me Marvel!!
Such a lot happened and I loved the story, characters and artwork. A great first issue.
Post by CaptainSuperior on Oct 4, 2014 22:06:09 GMT -5
Thor #1. The End.
He who is certain he knows the ending of things when he is only beginning them is either extremely wise or extremely foolish; no matter which is true, he is certainly an unhappy man, for he has put a knife in the heart of wonder.
American Vampire Second Cycle #5 was my favourite.
I liked the art and this had the most interesting story out of the books i read(also read Gotham Academy #1 and Rat Queens #8), even though it doesn't continue the main story and half of it feels more like a novel or something(a LOT of words!)
Post by thephantomwelshman on Oct 7, 2014 11:04:06 GMT -5
Wonder Woman #34 was excellent. Only one more issue until Azzarellos and Chiang's run ends. Moon Knight #8 is doing a great job of living up to the high standard Ellis and Shelvey set. Again doing something a bit difference with the layout. Loved the use of 'cams'. Miracleman continues to not disappoint. Surprised more people are not reading this. I also enjoyed Detective #35, especially John Paul Leon's artwork. As someone not into the Green Lanterns I randomly picked up a copy of Godhead and enjoyed the hell out of it. Definitely gonna pick up the rest of this.