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Wayback Reviews: Captain America v5 #22-25

Continuing my re-read of the Brubaker run on Captain America. This covers the Civil War period which, while a neat idea, never quite crossed over into being a good story. 657 more words

Review

Velvet 15 (July 2016)

No more Velvet. At least not for now; this arc ends with the end of Velvet’s initial storyline. I really should have known if it was just intended for fifteen issues. 252 more words

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Velvet 15 review

I’ve only reviewed a couple issues if this series, and that’s a shame, because it’s a great creator-owned espionage epic written by Ed Brubaker and drawn by Steve Epting. 430 more words

Comic Review

velvet #14

fan det var så länge sen det kom ett nummer av den här, så jag har glömt bort det mesta. igen. tur att det går fort att läsa om serier, men det gör jag nog till nästa nummer, har hört att då är det slut på arcen och ett längre uppehåll är inplanerat eller något i den stilen… 56 more words

Comix

Sex, Lies, and Batman

Last week was a damn fine week for funnybooks, with three of my current favorites hitting the stands all on the same day. So of course, I’m going to start this week by talking about a book I didn’t actually read at all… … 2,052 more words

Funnybooks

Captain America: Steve Rogers #1 Returns to Action this May!

The original Sentinel of Liberty returns! Recently restored to his super-powered self, Steve Rogers makes his triumphant return to the red, white and blue this May in the all-new… 238 more words

Comics

Velvet 14 (April 2016)

Brubaker just did the Brubaker thing where his narrating protagonist finds something out but the reader can’t know about it so instead the protagonist just talks about how this piece of information is earth-shattering. 273 more words

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