Mar. 17th, 2011

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So Marvel Zombies Supreme's a five-issue series pitting a team of SHIELD agents (and Battlestar, because superhuman backup is superhuman backup) against clone Squadron Supreme zombies in Project PEGASUS's basement.

It's competently but not spectacularly written; its first issue last week got a bit of a drubbing, mostly for being a Marvel Zombies series.

Well, at least that particular plague isn't involved this time. )
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More of the veil behind Tommy's invisible world is parted away, as Tommy comes closer to enlightenment.

Behold Leviathan.  )
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Still working my way through my back catalog and just finished the latest Iron Man. The reason I started buying the series is because of Fraction's plots and Larroca's pencils. They made me actually care about Tony Stark. And the latest issue is just as outstanding as their previous efforts. Click on the cut to see the awesomeness of the interaction between Otto Octavius and Tony Stark. Yep. Somehow Fraction manages to deliver a coherent premise involving Iron Man and Dr. Octopus.

Peter Parker never made Octavius this mad. )
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Next year, I'm going to be teaching English in the Chinese city of Shenzhen. I searched my local library for books on my future home, and I trawled up Shenzhen: A Travelogue by Gary Delisle. When I finally got my hands on it, I was surprised to discover it was a comic book, entirely etched in charcoal.

Intrigued, I read the book in an afternoon between classes. To say the least, it filled me with loathing.

Read more... )

Christ, what an asshole.
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One scene from Invincible #78 that should cheer the community.

And no, just because it's Invincible, it doesn't mean that somebody is being eviscerated, so this is gore-free.

Just remember that Mark has been off Earth for ten months.

Just remember that Mark has been off Earth for ten months. )
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There's a complicated time-travel framing event of this multi-timeframe issues, which has Iron Lad meeting the adult versions of the Young Avengers (Tom Shepherd is Quicksilver, Ted Altman is Captian Marvel, Elijah is Captain America and so on) in the future, and him telling them a story of the very first few days of the Young Avengers to remind them who they were...

Oh and Alan Davis art beneath (Do you NEED more motivation? Shame on you) )


Mar. 17th, 2011 08:14 pm
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Time once again for you to pester your fellow SDers with requests.

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So Scans Daily, what do you want?

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When people think of KOMIKS, of Filipino comic books, they think of Darna.
DARNA, the iconic superheroine of the ages, who swallowed a space rock to become a superhero.

The first and last time I ever got to read Darna as a comic was in the waiting room of my elementary school, where I was only nine years old and read a comic where Darna escapes from being raped/sold by a bunch of thugs, who only got her trapped for so long since she couldn't call out her own super name, the trigger to turn her into Darna in the first place. (think Shazam for Captain Marvel)

But I digress. Darna comics, like most classic Filipino superhero comics such as Captain Barbell and Lastikman, have gone out of circulation and cannot be acquired except through a LOT of searching and bartering among comic connoisseurs.

In line with this, two lovers of the comic, two iconic comic-makers themselves in the Philippines, Gerry Alanguilan and Arnold Arre, created a nine-page fancomic about what they think Darna's up to THIRTY YEARS LATER.

At the end of the road... )
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The Ballad Of Halo Jones was written by Alan Moore for 2000 AD, and has been described as a "feminist space opera." The story is set in the 50th century, beginning in a dystopian enclosed city known as The Hoop. Although the story was originally released in weekly five page episodes, the TPB is divided into three books - the following ten pages are all taken from the first book. The three books are all quite different in tone and it's hard for me to choose a favourite, so if these scans go down well I may post parts of books two and three in the future.

Halo is 18 at the beginning of the story, and lives on The Hoop with her room mates Brinna, Rodice, and Ludy, along with Brinna's robotic dog Toby. Having absolutely no food in the house, Halo and Rodice plan to go grocery shopping.

It's a lot more complicated than it sounds. )


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