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We Only Find Them When Theyre Dead #2 Review: A Confusing Dip

We Only Find Them When They're Dead #2 Review: A Confusing Dip

That's what we see the team considering in this issue; We Only Find Them When They're Dead #2 by writer Al Ewing, artist Simone Di Meo, color assistant Mariasara Miotti, and letterer AndWorld Design.[caption id="attachment_1288172" align="aligncenter" width="600"] We Only Find Them When They're Dead #2 cover Credit: BOOM! Studios[/caption]Conceptually, We Only Find Them When They're Dead is strong[...]

Rebellion To Publish Al Ewings The Fictional Man in January

Rebellion To Publish Al Ewing's The Fictional Man in January

In 2013, British book publisher REBCA published Al Ewing's novel, The Fictional Man, simultaneously published by Solaris in the USA Since then, Ewing has become a bigger and bigger name in comic books, currently writing Guardians Of The Galaxy, Immortal Hulk, SWORD and We Only Find Them When They're Dead, as well as continuing work[...]

We Only Find Them When Theyre Dead Sells 90K &#8211 Will It Crack 100K

We Only Find Them When They're Dead Sells 90K – Will It Crack 100K?

As we previously reported, Al Ewing and Simone Di Meo’s We Only Find Them When They’re Dead is already Boom Studios’ best-selling creator-owned launch at over 75,000 copies That’s a truly robust amount of support from retailers, even when taking into account its Ewing’s first creator-owned series Ewing, who skipped the more conventional route of[...]

Avengers: Empyre Aftermath #1 Review: Looking Back Looking Ahead

Avengers: Empyre Aftermath #1 Review: Looking Back, Looking Ahead

The full creative team of writer Al Ewing, artist Valerio Schiti, colorist Marte Gracia, and letter VC's Ariana Maher return for this epilogue issue It wraps up the whole event with a second, more planned wedding for Hulkling and Wiccan while also alluding to a dark future coming for the Marvel heroes.[caption id="attachment_1268899" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Avengers: Empyre Aftermath #1[...]

The Leader Controls Past Present Future of Immortal Hulk (Spoilers)

The Leader Controls Past, Present, Future of Immortal Hulk (Spoilers)

Classic Hulk villain has been given quite the lease of life in the second half of Al Ewing and Joe Bennett's Immortal Hulk And as last week's Immortal Hulk #0, Immortal Hulk #35 and Immortal She-Hulk #0 are all published in the UK today, there is a triple serving.[caption id="attachment_1270360" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Art from Immortal[...]

Al Ewing and Valerio Schitis New X-Men Comic S.W.X.R.D.

Al Ewing and Valerio Schiti's New X-Men Comic, S.W.X.R.D.

Well, now we know what else Al Ewing is up to Last week, Bleeding Cool scooped the news that there was an X-Men Classified comic book being set up for December, that had yet to be announced We also noted that Al Ewing was meant to be doing a new X-Men comic book And that[...]

Immortal She-Hulk Preview &#8211 Is Krakoa A Well For Mutants

Immortal She-Hulk Preview – Is Krakoa A Well For Mutants?

This week sees the publication of Immortal She-Hulk, a one-shot by Al Ewing and Jon Davis-Hunt that follows the Empyre event, and the resurrection and change that She-Hulk underwent, in the context of Al Ewing and Joe Bennett's storylines in Immortal Hulk Which has seen many gamma-radiated beings return from the dead in a way[...]

We Only Find Them When Theyre Dead #1 Review: Original &#038 Beautiful

We Only Find Them When They're Dead #1 Review: Original & Beautiful

It looks like Al Ewing has been cooking up something on the creator-owned side while also running Marvel's major summer event, Empyre, which saw the Cotati wage war on Earth with pretty much every major Marvel character tasked with defending it. We Only Find Them When They're Dead #1, Ewing's first-ever creator-owned series, boasts a concept that's almost[...]

Empyre #6 Review: Can The Finale Make The Journey Worthwhile

Empyre #6 Review: Can The Finale Make The Journey Worthwhile?

Will that carry over to the finale, or is this destined to be Marvel's worst event?[caption id="attachment_1262247" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Empyre #6 is the finale of this event but was it worthwhile? Credit: Marvel[/caption]Al Ewing pulled out all the stops with these last two issues, which went a long way to redeem Empyre in its final hour[...]

We Only Find Them When Theyre Dead #1 Review: Worth Your Time

We Only Find Them When They're Dead #1 Review: Worth Your Time

They live a life under extreme scrutiny and extreme danger, and they know this community of scavengers intimately.Al Ewing's sparse script is very effective in establishing the clipped and taciturn tone of the people here The artwork from Simone Di Meo is dreamy but crisp, while the colors of Mariasara Miotti are used to distinguish[...]

We Only Find Them When Theyre Eight Bells Dead

We Only Find Them When They're Eight Bells Dead

The title signifies midnight...It's also something that seems to have stirred something in Al Ewing He picked up on the phrase used in Marvel Mystery Comics #1 back in 1938 with The Human Torch And used it that panel as an intro image and to title the first chapter in Marvel Comics #1000, eighty years[...]

Did Rocket Raccoon Read A Different Empyre Ending To The Rest Of Us

Did Rocket Raccoon Read A Different Empyre Ending To The Rest Of Us?

The ending of Empyre, published today, is one that is meant to shock the Marvel Universe, apparently, as we also see at the end of Guardians Of The Galaxy #6, also written by Empyre co-writer Al Ewing With Rocket Raccoon seemingly catching up by reading the Bleeding Cool spoilers.How it ended? I've read Empyre #6,[...]

75000 Copies Not Enough for We Only Find Them When Theyre Dead

75,000 Copies Not Enough for We Only Find Them When They're Dead

It was only a few weeks ago that Al Ewing and Simone di Meo’s We Only Find Them When They’re Dead #1 became the best-selling creator-owned launch in the company’s history climbing even higher than Tom Taylor and Daniele di Nicoulo’s Seven Secrets' impressive 41,000 copy sales.Now, I’m hearing that despite a healthy overprint it[...]

Empyre #5 Review: A Character-Defining Moment for The Thing

Empyre #5 Review: A Character-Defining Moment for The Thing

In the fifth issue of this event co-plotted by Al Ewing and Dan Slott, which comes on the heels of three major reveals in the last installment, how will the Marvel heroes make their last stand? Empyre #5 sets the stage for the end.[caption id="attachment_1253201" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Empyre #5 continues Marvel's summer event, but is it any good? Credit:[...]

Al Ewing Will Probably Write Something X-Men Related Soon

Al Ewing Will Probably Write Something X-Men Related Soon

Your brains are going to melt. [caption id="attachment_1252036" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Al Ewing Will Probably Write Something X-Men Related Soon[/caption]It was noted that a certain Immortal Hulk and Empyre writer Al Ewing was among the number Currently, Al Ewing has no X-Men-related comic books announced During the Mainframe Comic Con held over the weekend, Al Ewing was[...]

Empyre #4 Review: Big Character Reveals For Hulking and More

Empyre #4 Review: Big Character Reveals For Hulking and More

Hulkling gets a reveal, She-Hulk gets a reveal, Wiccan gets to hit Hulkling with another reveal! Writer Al Ewing is the Oprah of character reveals with this issue, but does it work to make this grass-fed event any better?[caption id="attachment_1248845" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Empyre #4 contains a big Hulkling reveal Credit: Marvel Comics[/caption]Actually, kind of yeah.Al Ewing writes[...]

We Only Find Them When Theyre Dead Booms Biggest Launch &#8211 Again

We Only Find Them When They're Dead, Boom's Biggest Launch – Again

And that Seven Secrets order number seemed like the new ceiling for the company.But that was in the distant past of July 2020, as I’m now hearing that Al Ewing and Simone Di Meo’s We Only Find Them When They’re Dead #1 is already approaching 42,000 copies before FOC - making it the new king[...]

Does Empyre: X-Men Contradict the Main Event Al Ewing Speaks Out

Does Empyre: X-Men Contradict the Main Event? Al Ewing Speaks Out

As Al Ewing writes the main Empyre title, the fallout of the event is extending through Marvel's publishing catalog, creating a laundry list of tie-ins including Emperor Hulk, Empyre: Captain America, and Empyre: X-Men Under writer Jonathan Hickman's reign, all of the X-Men titles got a completely fresh slate and very much have their own tone, drive, and subject[...]

Empyre #3 Review: Can This Issue Yet Save Marvels Worst Event Ever

Empyre #3 Review: Can This Issue Yet Save Marvel's Worst Event Ever?

Credit: Marvel.[/caption]Al Ewing writes from a plot by himself and Dan Slott, and all of the problems with Ewing's writing that make the first two issues almost unbearable are here in force The characters sound nothing like themselves, as every line of dialogue is either plot-driven or an over-dramatic clunker, with Tony saying "blasted!" like a[...]

Empyre #2 Review: A Beautifully Drawn Event With a Lifeless Story

Empyre #2 Review: A Beautifully Drawn Event With a Lifeless Story

Credit: Marvel Comics.[/caption]Al Ewing writes from a plot by himself and Dan Slott, and the wit that made his Loki run such a must-read is worlds away in this comic Instead of buckling down and focusing on character now that the inciting incident has flipped the Marvel universe upside down, this issue falls back on lowest-common-denominator[...]