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Uncover The Best Covers 12/14/2017

From Gravetrancers #1 by James Michael Whynot

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Freeze Frame 12/9/2017

From Mirror #10 by Emma Rios

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Uncover The Best Covers 12/7/2017

From Barbarella #1 by Robert Hack

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Uncover The Best Covers, 06-02-2016

Want to know what covers caught our attention this week?

Curious what our eyes fell in love with at first sight?

Well, here they are, the most memorable images on the stands this Wednesday . . .

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The Punisher #2 by Vanessa R Del Rey
The Punisher #2 by Vanessa R Del Rey

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Updated: All The New October 2015 Marvel Series Via Bleeding Cool

635689708958153536-marvelIn addition to the Warren Ellis project, Bleeding Cool is announcing several new Marvel series & creative teams. They are as follows:

Update: Newsarama confirms The Vision series by King & Walta

Sean Ryan & Cory Smith will be taking over Nova

Writer Nick Spencer & artist Daniel Acuna will be taking over Captain America from Rick Remender & Stuart Immonem

Jeff Lemire & Humbert Ramos Extraordinary X-Men is confirmed from this interview on CBR

New Avengers title relaunching with writer Al Ewing & artist Gerardo Sandoval

S.H.I.E.L.D will be relaunched as Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D with writer Marc Guggenheim taking over on writing duties and artist Mike Norton becoming the full time series artist

Writer Gerry Duggan & artist Ryan Stegman will be taking over Uncanny Avengers from Rick Remender & Daniel Acuna

Scarlet Witch series written by James Robinson

Carnage series from Gerry Conway & Mike Perkins

Ultimates comic in the mainline Marvel continuity by Al Ewing & Kenneth Rocafort 

New Illuminati series by Joshua Williamson & Shawn Crystal

New Vision series from Tom King & Gabriel H Walta

Mike Costa will be continuing Spider-Verse as Web Warriors with artist David Baldeon

Daredevil by Charles Soule & Ron Garney

Uncanny X-Men by Cullen Bunn & Greg Land

Extraordinary X-Men by Jeff Lemire & Humberto Ramos

All New X-Men by Dennis Hopeless & Marc Bagley

New X-23/Wolverine by Tom Taylor & David Lopez

Venom: Spaceknight by Robbie Thomas & Ariel Olivetti

Howling Comandos of S.H.I.E.L.D by Frank Barbiere & Brent Schoonover

Angela Relaunch With Marguerite Bennett remaining as the main writer on the series and art from Stephanie Hans & Kim Jacinto

Deadpool relaunch by Gerry Duggan & Mike Hawthorne

Writing duties on Old Man Logan will be taken over by Jeff Lemire with Andrea Sorrentino remaining on art.

Thor, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Ms Marvel, Amazing Spiderman, Legendary Star Lord, Howard The Duck, Spider-Woman, Hawkeye, Spiderman 2099 & Silk will also feature the same creative teams that are currently writing the books.

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FREEZE FRAME! The Week’s Best Moments 9/18/2013

Mo’ Comics, Mo’ Moments. Here are some of our favorite moments of the week. What were some of your own?

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Infinity #3
By Jonathan Hickman and Jerome Opena

When it comes to modern comic artist: there’s Jerome Opena and then there’s everybody else.

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Review of Wolverine #1

WLVBy Paul Cornell and Ryan Stegman

When comic runs go south we tend to remember the changes to the characters ala The Clone Saga or One Moment in Time (poor Spiderman) We tend to blame the changes as bad idea’s when in fact I think it’s more on the failure of the creative team then anything else which brings us to Wolverine #1. I already heard people at the LCS complaining about Wolvie not having the healing factor but I don’t think thats the issue here. Paul Cornell’s run on Wolverine has been a decent take on the title that never really went anywhere although decent is like the bare minimum you should do on a title when you have one of the greatest living artist of all time drawing your work as Alan Davis was. But Davis is gone and as good as Stegman was on titles like Scarlet Spider or Superior Spiderman he isn’t good enough to make this issue work and what you end up with is a flat lifeless comic that’s trying to be exciting with it’s premise without having the foundation in the plot or characters to make this work. Say what you will about Superior Spiderman (lord knows I have) but you can’t deny that when that title switched up the chessboard on it’s premise he had something to say about it from issue one going forward. Here it’s Wolverine and a bunch of other dudes doing morally ambiguous activity but theres nothing to connect the reader.   Cornell’s script and dialogue is just blah. It doesn’t suck it’s just there. Stegman just isn’t bringing anything to the table here either in spite of his best efforts. It’s essentially idea’s without anything interesting to engage them to the story. It’s one thing to be bad but it’s a whole other thing to be boring which is what this is. That’s just a waste of time and with all the strong material out there I don’t have any more to give this.