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Weekly Comic Book Reviews For 7/21/08

Amazing Spider-man #566
Writer: Marc Guggenheim
Artist: Phil Jimenez
Publisher: Marvel

It’s a risky move doing a sequel to one of the classic Spider-man stories. I’m actually not that big a fan of Kraven’s Last Hunt myself, but it is very highly regarded. I quite like the idea of someone targeting Spider-man but actually getting his friend instead. Peter Parker borrowing Daredevil’s uniform was an amusing moment too. All in all Kraven’s First Hunt…

Weekly Comic Book Reviews 06/30/08

Avengers: The Initiative #14
Writers: Dan Slott & Christos Gage
Artist: Stefano Casseli
Publisher: Marvel

Marvel’s Secret Invasion is still going strong and here we get to see how the Skrulls managed to infiltrate pretty much every super-team on the planet. A minor sub-plot that has been there since the beginning of this series comes bubbling up to the surface with an unexpected pay-off. Good stuff as always. I really liked both the story…

Avatar, Avengers, Transformers 2, Hancock, Justice League

Over at Filmstalker they’re discussing an apparent review of Jame’s Cameron’s upcoming movie Avatar. It all seems to come down to the fact that if the leaked treatment is genuine, this will be another eco-warning movie. While I’m not sure we need another of those I’m not really convinced by the line of reasoning that says they have to fail.

We have the Avengers line up (at least according to USA…

Iron Man, Iron Man 2 and Marvel’s Movie Plans

Slice of Sci-Fi reports that Marvels comic book movie Iron Man not only ranked as the number one movie for the weekend, but has already made over $100 million at the box office. It’s expected to do as well again internationally making it a genuine blockbuster movie. While Iron Man was always expected to be a success, these numbers are substantially better than was being predicted.
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Weekly Comic Book Reviews 10/02/06

This entry is part 8 of 16 in the series Weekly Comic Book Reviews

Astonishing X-Men #17
Writer: Joss Whedon
Artist: John Cassady
Publisher: Marvel

Whedon’s story continues its meandering pace this issue, though it does look like we might be getting close to a conclusion of some sort. The art is of course as good as ever, but this is a storyline that has just gone on too long.

I’m at the point where the…

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