Filed under: Events | Tags: Adi Granov, Alan Davis, Andy Lanning, Arthur Adams, Brian Wood, Charlie Adlard, Chris Weston, Chrissie Zullo, Dan Slott, Frank Cho, Gary Frank, Howard Chaykin, Ian Churchill, Jacen Burrows, Jamie Tyndall, JK Woodward, John Layman, John Watson, Joyce Chin, Katie Cook, Lee Garbett, LSCC 2014, Mark Buckingham, Mark Farmer, Max Brooks, Mike Collins, Neil Edwards, Roger Langridge, Sean Phillips, Tom Palmer, Yanick Paquette
It’s about 3 months until London Super Comic Con in March 2014 and I thought I’d take a quick look at who’s been announced for this year’s event……maybe even a quick look at some of the other things I’ll be keeping an eye out for at next year’s event.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: Alchemax, Dan Slott, Doc Ock, Horizon Labs, Miguel O'Hara, Peter Parker, Spider-Man 2099, Superior Spider-Man, Tiberius Stone, Tyler Stone
It feels like a long-time coming but we finally have the return of Miguel O’Hara aka Spider-man 2099 and things kick-off with another interrupted day in Mig’s life.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: Dan Slott, Doc Ock, Peter Parker, Spider-Man
With a great opening start in those first 3-issues (reviewed here) we see Dan Slott continue to mess with Spidey’s life, head AND relationships…….and I’m loving it
Filed under: Events | Tags: Adi Granov, Brian Bolland, Carlos Ezquerra, Dan Slott, David Finch, Gary Frank, J. Scott Campbell, John Wagner, Judge Minty, Limited Edition, LSCC 2013, Neal Adams
Who knew that a year could flash passed so quickly and with the hyped memories of last years LSCC still fresh it was a lessened attendance from the Comic Anon gang with just me (G-Man) making the journey down to our capital for this years show. Post bus journey BUT post-hotel upgrade…..I was all set for this years event.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: Dan Slott, Doc Ock, Edgar Delgado, Marvel Now, Peter Parker, Ryan Stegman, Spider-Man
Hopefully now that the dust has settled from the events of those last few issues of Amazing Spider-Man in 2012 – we can settle into the new world where Spider-Man is a very different title to read and relate to
(I’ll say Spoiler alert but if you don’t know what’s happened up to this point then you’ve probably been living in a cave or never seen a comic book in your life)
I don’t think we could have a list of highlights that didn’t include Amazing Spider-Man and even though 2012 saw a fairly muted response to the latest movie, the comic has gone from strength to strength in the hands of Dan Slott.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: Amazing Spider-Man, Dan Slott, Doc Ock, Marvel Now, Peter Parker
Following a fairly reflective issue #698 (reviewed here) that contained a REAL surprise for most fans of the title, or at least those who managed to stay away from the spoilers, we saw Dan Slott set-up the last arc for the Amazing Spider-Man title. (SPOILERS AHEAD…..you’ve been warned :D)
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: Antonio Fabela, Aunt May, avengers, Dan Slott, Marvel Now, Mary Jane Watson, Peter Parker, Richard Elson, Spider-Man
The much-hyped final arc from Dan Slott kicks off here in among the writers warning that any online spoilers ahead of its release would result in instant un-friending FOREVER.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: A + X, AvsX, Bucky, Cable, Cam Smith, Captain America, Dale Keown, Dan Slott, Danny Miki, Frank D'Armata, hulk, Jeph Loeb, Mark Morales, Ron Garney, Will Quintana, Wolverine
The AvsX fallout continues with this title as two stories per issue play out in a similar format to the AvsX:Versus title that tied into that main AvsX title.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: Alpha, avengers, Dan Slott, Humberto Ramos, Spider-Man
Issue #694 of Amazing Spider-Man sees the trials of Peter Parker and new sidekick/pain in the ass Alpha continue following his arrival in issues #692 & 693…….but as the cover suggests we’ve got a face-off on our hands.