Tag Archives: Ed Brubaker

Daredevil #118

Daredevil #118 Comic Book Review

Writer: Ed Brubaker Artists: Michael Lark, John Lucas, Stefano Gaudiano Colourist: Matt Hollingsworth Wilson Fisk is back in town and already the body count is sky high; though so far the bodies being counted are predominantly his own men. He’s now hired the psychotic Owl, an oddball Daredevil villain who has undergone more reinventions than […]

Daredevil #117

Daredevil #117 Comic Book Review

Writer: Ed Brubaker Artists: Michael Lark, Stefano Gaudiano Colours: Matt Hollingsworth One of the problems superhero comics have in maintaining long-term reader interest is that nothing really changes. Just as we know that Bruce Wayne will eventually reprise the role of Batman and Spider-man will one day reunite with Mary Jane, it’s hardly surprising that […]

Captain America: Red Menace vol. 2

Captain America: Red Menace vol. 2 TPB Review

2006, Marvel Writer: Ed Brubaker Art: Steve Epting, Mike Perkins Colours: Frank D’Armata With Civil War steadily approaching, Ed Brubaker is evidently in a hurry to wrap up many of the loose ends from his excellent Winter Soldier arc. Its red buses aplenty as Steve Rogers trails Lukin to sunny ol’ England, teaming up with […]

Captain America: Red Menace vol. 1

Captain America: Red Menace vol. 1 TPB Review

2006, Marvel Writer: Ed Brubaker Art: Mike Perkins, Javier Pulido, Marcos Martin Colours: Frank D’Armata, Javier Rodriguez Covers: Steve Epting, Eric Wight See also: Winter Solider vol. 1, Winter Soldier vol. 2 With the Winter Soldier arc tentatively pushed aside, Red Menace picks up that story’s many loose plot strands, predominantly the relationship between Russian […]

Captain America: Winter Soldier vol. 2

Captain America: Winter Soldier vol. 2 TPB Review

Marvel Writer: Ed Brubaker Art: Steve Epting, Michael Lark, Mike Perkins Colours: Frank D’Armata The Winter Soldier storyline is a prime example of a comic property handled intelligently without completely forsaking its history, and indeed a more than serviceable slice of science fiction. Captain America is vocally conflicted by S.H.I.E.L.D. procedures yet works alongside the […]