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Evolution, Apocalypse, and the Arrogance of Kings: Jonathan Hickman's Avengers, Part One

Jonathan Hickman’s Avengers
by Jonathan Hickman (duh) and A Multitude of Artists

So I’m finally getting around to the defining super hero comic of the decade: Jonathan Hickman’s Avengers. 2,290 more words


Et In Arcadia Ego

A pretentious title, perhaps, but one that seems appropriate, for reasons that will become apparent in a minute…

Arcadia 1, by Alex Paknadel and Eric Scott Pfeiffer… 648 more words


Doing the Impossible: Grant Morrison's Multiversification Policy

So last week saw the publication of the final issue of the World’s Greatest Comic Magazine. For reals, this time. Or at least, until the publicity cycle for the next movie is over. 1,581 more words


The Spectacle of It All

So last week was a good week for funnybooks. But, as sometimes happens, life has gotten in the way of me discussing them in my usual depth. 692 more words


Fugitives From the Law of Averages: Revisit World War II with Willie and Joe

A Retro Review this week! Or, well… A Retro Appreciation, maybe. Because “review” ain’t really what’s gonna be happening here…

Willie and Joe, by Bill Mauldin… 377 more words


Big Shoes to Fill: Daredevil Comes to Television

This week, we give proper funnybooks a rest to discuss (Good Lord! *choke!*) a funnybook TV show…

So, yeah… I watched Daredevil this weekend, just like every other dork in America. 1,737 more words


The Talking Dead: Jonathan Hickman Gets Verbose

This week, kind of a rarity for the Dork Forty: a negative review. As I’ve said before, I prefer to talk about things I like, rather than hate on things I don’t. 1,329 more words