Tyler’s Recommendations…Captain America #695
“I don’t have very strong feelings about this whole Marvel legacy thing, but I do have very strong feelings
about Waid, Samnee, and Wilson bringing back the true Cap. I’m very excited for this team to bring Steve back, and everyone should
be picking this up.”
Just Alex & Dean today, as they do a trade swap for the graphic adaptation of Hugh Howley’s novel Wool by Jimmy Palmoiotti, Justin Gray & Jimmy Braxton. Together, they talk about the great art, the interesting main story points and how it is probably beneficial to read the source material.
Tyler’s Recommendation…Black Widow #12
“This could potentially be the final issue of the Wait/Samnee run, the solicitations are being coy. I will very much miss this book if it is in fact the final issue, but we will forever have a fantastic Natasha comic, drawn by one of contemporary comics’ greatest artists, so that’s something.”
Writers Frank Tieri of the ongoing Catwoman & Black Knight along with Jimmy Palmiotti of the current Harley Quinn ongoing will be co-writing a new Harley Quinn miniseries starting on April of 2016 titles Harley Quinn & Her Gan of Harleys with belgian artist Mauricet doing illustrations. More detils at ComicVine
DC Comics will be launching an additional bi-monthly Harley Quinn team up book by the current series creators, Jimmy Palmiotti & Amanda Conner titled Harley Quinn Little Black Book. More details at CBR
After Mike Marts left Marvel Comics earlier in 2015 to start his own comics publisher, Aftershock, the company just revealed the line up of creators working on properties with the publisher. Garth Ennis, Jimmy Palmioti, Amanda Conner, Frank Barbierie, Marguerite Bennett, Justin Jordan, Phil Hester & Paul Jenkins will all be doing creator owned work with the new imprint. Neil Gaiman, Jim Starlin, Amy Chu & Brian Stelfleeze will all be contributing to it’s initial anthology. More details at Deadline
In the 1990s, Marvel was in a slump due to the crash of the comic industry’s speculator boom. In an attempt to boost sales, Marvel outsourced several characters to an independent company, Event Comics. This run was to be known as Marvel Knights. Enter Kevin Smith, Joe Quesada & Jimmy Palmiotti on Daredevil: Guardian Devil, a comic that helped define their careers, pull Marvel out of its slump, and opened the way for more prominent film and television writers to write comics. It marked a turning point in the industry and helped make Marvel the superpower it is today, pun totally intended. It also happens to be the very first Daredevil story I’d ever read. Continue reading Daredevil Guardian Devil→
At Nothing But Comics, we’re excited to read the upcoming Starfireseries from DC Comics, by writers Jimmy Palmiotti & Amanda Connerand artist Emanuela Lupacchino. So we tasked DC Comics’ futuristic robot Skeets with asking Palmiotti an important question about the Starfire character.