Final Crisis Aftermath: Run! #6 - "Step Six: Stop Running"

"The Human Flame will be one of the most powerful supervillains in the DCU by the time this is over." -- Matt Sturges

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Omega Men #10

'I'm going to steal elements of current and past events, moments that can bring the audience into the Omega Men, that make them experience the rusted texture of the bar the Omega Men hold onto as their ship comes under fire. Once the audience is in that ship, I don't want them thinking, "What is this funny book writer trying to say about our current Middle East policy debate?" I want them to hunker down, look out at the stars, and feel what it's like to need to fight back.' -- Tom King

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Blue Exorcist #5


Time for Blue Exorcist people! Hopefully, this helps wash out the taste of my last posts involving All-New X-Men and Leob's Hulk.

Light warning for blood and bullying.

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All-New X-Men #5


"Ha, yeah. Laura’s new attitude is driving Warren insane. There’s a lot more to that story than it seems. Warren isn’t just being overprotective. He’s dealing with some stuff. I can’t really say what yet, but stay tuned. Warren and Laura are a complicated couple."


"We’ll be tackling Idie’s faith head on. For a long time, Idie’s Catholicism was a constant source of self-loathing. She genuinely believed mutants to be God forsaken. It took a long time for Idie to even accept herself as an X-Man and hero. After all, mutants are evil. But at this point, she’s seen a lot of evidence to the contrary. She knows better." - Dennis Hopeless

Writer: Dennis Hopeless
Artist: Mark Bagley
Inker: Andrew Hennessy
Colorist: Nolan Woodard

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thanekos: Lawyer doing a phone call. (Default)
[personal profile] thanekos2016-04-29 07:38 pm

The breadth of a narrative often can't be covered in depth.

There's just not enough time and space for it.

Those parts that can't be told in full have to be in part, with just enough to get the idea across.

Last month's Doctor Strange did this well with the Empirikul's attack on 616's magic.

It opened right on it. )
ozaline: Ozma from Skottie Young and Eric Shanower's Ozma of Oz comic adaptation (Ozma)
[personal profile] ozaline2016-04-29 04:33 pm

Disney's Return to Oz -Exterminate the Dorothy-

I got more response on that Oz comic than I expected, so I think I shall post another Oz comic: the climax of Scholastic's adaptation of Disney's Return to Oz.

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Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #51- "The Dying of the Light, Part 2: The Sun in Flight"

"[Megatron's] not a talkative character, or a demonstrative one (in terms of affection or tactility), so a lot of what we’re learning about him is through quite small-scale, considered, reflective actions and reactions. We’re layering that stuff very deliberately, and taking it at quite a slow pace, because — to use your mirror analogy — he’s surrounded by the broken pieces of his life and he’s taking his time reassembling the shards, but he’s not sure what he’s going to have made by the end of the process. He’s afraid it will repel him." -- James Roberts

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