Comics Anonymous


It’s pretty clear that when we look back at this time in comics we’ll probably refer to it as the creator-owned-age, just like we’ve had our gold, silver and bronze ages previously. It’s not a new phenomenon, but it’s certainly an idea that’s got a lot of people thinking, which as a result has made for more interesting and ground-breaking comics for us the reader. At the epicentre of it all stands Image – a publisher who’ll gladly welcome anyone who has a good idea with open arms and allow them to do what they want with it. So it’s no surprise that this new title, Creator-Owned Heroes comes with the Image stamp of approval and a bag full of creators behind it.

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June 10, 2012, 11:16 am
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So here’s a difficult one – how do you write a review of a Before Watchmen comic without treading the same ground as everyone else on the internet? Reading the comic, let alone writing about it, appears to be sacrilege in some peoples eyes, so taking sides on the argument for having these books released is going to upset someone somewhere. At the end of the day, I just want to look at this as a comic – one single issue, outside everything else. So kicking things off, this week saw the release of Minuteman #1, written and drawn by Darwyn Cooke.

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