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HERE ARE SOME ISSUES THAT WILL NOT DISAPPOINT.
“This series has been fantastic from the start, with Lemire and Peralta both doing stellar work, I’m stoked to see what they have in store for us this month.”
Continue reading Indubitable Issues and Pull List (10/25/17)
Before Spider-Man, before the X-Men, there was one Marvel character that held a presence in the cinema landscape. Batman was becoming something of a running joke thanks to Joel Schmacher, so audiences were ready for a hero that wasn’t so campy. Enter Wesley Snipes as Blade, the Vampire Hunter in the fantastic 1998 film Blade. Continue reading People Act Like They Forgot About Blade
In early 2016, DC Comics will be launching several miniseries of some of their own off brand superhero’s, with many of the comics written by the character’s original creators. Lein Wein will be returning to his Swamp Thing creation in addition to writing a new Metal Men series. Marv Wolfman will be writing Raven, Gerry Conway will be writing Firestorm and Mike Barr will be writing Katana. Other series will include a long demanded via twitter Poison Ivy series by Amy Chu, a Metamorpho book Aaron Lopresti & a Sugar & Spike comic by Keith Giffen. More details at USA Today
Many creators have added their own bit of lightning to the Scarlet Speedster, but a select few have become essential in making him as enduring as he as become. Here are ten creators, writers and artists, without whose work we wouldn’t have the Flash we know and love today…
Continue reading Tuesday Top Ten: Important Flash Creators
Welcome back, kiddies. Your host, Alex, is back this week with something a little…creepy. That’s right! This Halloween Edition of PLP is sure to get you in the spirit of this spooky holiday. For this edition, I will be pulling from EVERYTHING comic related. If it is sure to scare, it is all fair. So grab your plastic fangs, ghost sheets, and rubber knives, it’s all trick with this treat!
Continue reading Pull List Playlist Halloween Edition 2013
Each Tuesday, the NBC Staff will comprise a Top Ten list for whatever the topic is for that week. In the comments section, we can all compare the lists to see if there were any patterns. Also, feel free to post your own top ten lists. Today we tackle the many relaunches and reboots of comic-books.
Top Ten Comic Book Reboots!
10. Captain America
Captain America never connected with me before I read Ed Brubaker’s take on him. Finally, he was a compelling character. Also, Brubaker brought back Bucky, which, in and of itself, is probably one of the biggest ret-cons ever .
Continue reading TUESDAYS TOP TEN! Comic Book Reboots! [UPDATED]
Each week, the NBC Staff will share various comics we think are worthy to be your pull list. These issues will be picked based upon just how excited we are for them to come out. We dig them and you might too.
Feel free to let us know what YOU think WE should buy in the comment section below.
Please, sir, I want some more…Ukerupp thinks you should try:
X-Men #5 (Marvel Comics)
Brian Wood and David Lopez
After the exciting opening issue
BotA #1 and the beautiful ANXM #16,
I cannot wait for the next installment
of what may end up being my favorite
Marvel event in A LONG time.
Brian Wood has crafted an intriguing
team, and it should be fun to see where
this will go. So, come on. Follow.
Continue reading Why Aren’t You Reading This? 9/11/13