‘A Very Civil Armageddon’ doesn’t quite match the heights of the TV show, but it captures the spy duo’s playful banter as well as the illogicality of their cases.
Comic veterans Mark Waid and Paul Smith will be doing a team-up of their own this July, when the timeless creations join forces for The Rocketeer/The Spirit: Pulp Friction, a 4-issue miniseries published by IDW.
Boom! Studios, $3.99 Writer: Mark Waid Pencils: Jean Diaz Inks: Belardino Brabo Colours: Andrew Brabo Take Mark Waid’s excellent series about a superhero gone bonkers, Irredeemable, turn it on its head, and what do you have? Mark Waid’s new series about a supervillain seeking redemption, Incorruptible! The above oversimplification isn’t intended to demean Incorruptible by […]
Boom! Studios Writer: Mark Waid Art: Peter Krause Irredeemable is a strange series. It’s easily one of the best titles currently on the shelves, and yet it’s difficult to get overly excited about. Mark Waid’s persistent flashbacks do stall the action on a monthly basis – I seem to whiz through each issue in less […]
2008, Boom! Studios Story: Mark Waid Art: Peter Krause Colours: Andrew Dalhouse It can’t be easy being Superman. Sure, he gets the gratitude and respect of an entire nation, an attractive (if nauseating) girlfriend, the ability to leave planet Earth behind when he fancies a break… and X-ray vision is, simply put, every teen geek’s […]
Top Cow Writer: Mark Waid Art: Kenneth Rocafort To appease my sado-masochistic tendencies, I’ve got into the habit of forcing myself to review at least one comic per week that I wouldn’t buy otherwise. This week I gravitated to Cyber Force/Hunter Killer in an effort to cleanse my mind of the original Image series, which […]