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The Weird and the Wonderful: Some Alternative Picks for the Fantastic Four Relaunch

So we were talking about the upcoming Fantastic Four relaunch down at my local funnybook store recently. Which, yeah, if you haven’t heard… They’re relaunching Fantastic Four this summer, in a new series by Dan Slott and Sarah Pichelli. 3,026 more words

Funnybooks

New X-Men Ultimate Collection: Volume 3 – Grant Morrison

This is the final volume of 12 issues marking the end of Grant Morrison’s series. This is the epic third act and it is literally all go. 119 more words

Graphic Novel

Doom Patrol’s Gospel of Strangeness

In my latest for Think Christian, I write about one of my favorite DC Comics teams: the Doom Patrol. The team has been largely defined by Grant Morrison’s ground breaking run in the late 80s/early 90s, but the current series revisits many of Morrison’s themes and puts them in a more positive and surreal perspective. 165 more words

Theology

New X-Men Ultimate Collection: Volume 2 – Grant Morrison

This is the awkward middle volume of the ultimate collection trilogy with the relatively humdrum New Worlds (weapon XII) ramble and the energetic Riot at Xavier’s. 139 more words

Graphic Novel

New X-Men Ultimate Collection: Volume 1 – Grant Morrison

This collects the first two trade paperbacks or first twelve issues of Grant Morrison’s soft reboot of the X-Men franchise, often called New X-Men, from 2001. 222 more words

Graphic Novel

My Top 10 Favorite Comic Book Writers

The main reason I like comic books is they are a great marriage of writer and artist. For the next two posts, I will be discussing my favorite writers and artists of the medium. 612 more words

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