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Legion Of Super-Heroes #10 Review: Overcompensates

Legion Of Super-Heroes #10 Review: Overcompensates

Likewise, as devised by Brian Michael Bendis, the characters have much of the core of what legacy fans love about the Legionnaires and enough new hooks to bring in new readers.Unfortunately, this issue has an embarrassment of riches There are five (arguably six, if you do the lead into Xanthu) completely different plots here that[...]

Brian Michael Bendis Comments On Marvels Spider-Man: Miles Morales

Brian Michael Bendis Comments On Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales

While there have been equal parts praise fo4r the character being added to the game for his own storyline, along with equal parts criticism for tagging him onto an already-produced game and changing parts of the character's backstory (like having him live in Harlem as opposed to Brooklyn),  the biggest comment to stand out came[...]

Mark Bagley Ultimate Spider-Man Spread Auction On ComicConnect

Mark Bagley Ultimate Spider-Man Spread Auction On ComicConnect

Mark Bagley and Brian Michael Bendis on Ultimate Spider-Man is one of the modern epics of comics For over 100 issues, they reshaped the Spider-Man mythos for the modern-day and inspired one of the last youth reading movements in comics It was a superb read, and on ComicConnect right now, you can celebrate said run[...]

Legion Of Super-Heroes #7 Review: So Many Characters On Panel

Legion Of Super-Heroes #7 Review: So Many Characters On Panel

RATING: HONORABLE MENTION. Legion of Super-Heroes #7By Brian Michael Bendis, Ryan Sook Jonathan Kent, intergalactic fugitive! The United Planets is less than thrilled with the decision to bring Superboy a thousand years into the future to protect the past Planet Gotham is under siege. Ultra Boy's homeworld is on the verge of all-out war And as if that[...]

Action Comics #1023 Review: A Big Chunk Of Biff And Pow

Action Comics #1023 Review: A Big Chunk Of Biff And Pow

RATING: HONORABLE MENTION.Action Comics #1023 By Brian Michael Bendis, John Romita Jr., Klaus Janson Just days after Clark Kent's own shocking revelation, the facts behind who actually owns The Daily Planet have been revealed-and all hell has broken loose! The fallout from the Superman: Villains special starts here! No one is safe as a new era of Superman[...]

Legion Of Super-Heroes #6 Review: Here Comes Adventure

Legion Of Super-Heroes #6 Review: Here Comes Adventure

When you add to that the enticing cover which promises a new ring wielder in the future that's undoubtedly not a green recruit, a new multi-armed Doctor Fate and the accurately named Monster Boy, you'd expect Legion of Super-Heroes #6 to be all kinds of amazing.[caption id="attachment_1220479" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The cover of Legion Of Super-Heroes[...]

The Complete Bleeding Cool Top 100 Power List of Comics 2019 in Full

The Complete Bleeding Cool Top 100 Power List of Comics 2019, in Full

However there are strong performances from his other titles, and Robert Kirkman is still an Image partner and publisher of all the Skybound books, his own and others. Brian Michael Bendis (Down) His move to DC led to editorial fights over fiefdoms, but his sales have been far softer than anticipated Still, he was able[...]

Tim Miller Doesnt Think His Kitty Pryde Movie is Going to Happen

Tim Miller Doesn't Think His Kitty Pryde Movie is Going to Happen

Back in February of 2018 20th Century Fox hired Tim Miller and Brian Michael Bendis to direct and write, respectively, a mysterious X-Men movie called 143 We later learned that this was going to be a project about Kitty Pryde and last we heard from Bendis about 9 months ago in a now deleted tweet he[...]

The Great One Brian Bendis Teases Things to Come in 2019

"The Great One" Brian Bendis Teases Things to Come in 2019

Superstar writer "The Great One" Brian Bendis took to Instagram Wednesday to usher in the new year with a series of ten tantalizing teases about what to expect from him in the coming year (and no, going back to Marvel is not one of them). On the post, Bendis set the ground rules: 2019- a […]

DC Meet the Publishers Panel is Lively as Always at NYCC

DC Meet the Publishers Panel is Lively as Always at NYCC

Things went up a notch as comic book writing maestros Brian Michael Bendis, followed shortly thereafter by Marv Wolfman, came up on stage to talk about their upcoming work Bendis is dedicating his energies to such projects like Young Justice, which will feature the return of classic characters like Conner Kent and introduce Ginny Hex,[...]

Cover #1 Advance Review: Great Dialogue Better Art Lukewarm Story

Cover #1 Advance Review: Great Dialogue, Better Art, Lukewarm Story

What if being a comic book artist made you an ideal recruit for the Central Intelligence Agency? What if you were recruited by a beautiful woman obsessed with your artwork? Wouldn’t that be cool?I don’t know Brian Michael Bendis or David Mack’s hearts, so that may not be their intent I’m not claiming it is[...]


Comics for Your Pull Box September 5th 2018: Prepare for the Coming of the Asgardians of the Galaxy

Comics for Your Pull Box, September 5th, 2018: Prepare for the Coming of the Asgardians of the Galaxy

A high school student is interested in figuring out what’s really happening.[caption id="attachment_911925" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Cover #1 cover by David Mack[/caption]Cover #1Brian Michael Bendis and David Mack team up again, this time following a comic book creator tapped by the intelligence community to be a cover for their operations Of course, things get complicated.[caption id="attachment_911926"[...]

Scarlet #1 Review: The Revolution Begins Anew

Scarlet #1 Review: The Revolution Begins Anew

I had to try it of course, as it is from the great Brian Michael Bendis, my beloved man with the wonderful taste and hardiness of peanut butter, as well as the very talented Alex Maleev.What I found was very pleasing Scarlet is a compelling tale of revolution, seeing the extents one’s government may go[...]

Action Comics #1002 Review: The Most Bendis Superman Comic Yet

Action Comics #1002 Review: The Most Bendis Superman Comic Yet

Meanwhile, Cat Grant returns to Metropolis and the Daily Planet for a visit.[caption id="attachment_907342" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Action Comics #1002 cover by Patrick Gleason and Alejandro Sanchez[/caption]Action Comics #1002 is definitely the most Brian Michael Bendis DC comic to have been printed so far The recap and credits page is plastered with in-jokes, meta references, and[...]

Pearl #1 Advance Review: Light on Story but Heavy on Fantastic Art

Pearl #1 Advance Review: Light on Story but Heavy on Fantastic Art

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] A girl named Pearl is singled out for a tattoo she has on her hand. While she and her friend, Kim, are chatting with the guy, a band of motorcycle-riding gangsters attempt a hit. Pearl kills them with ease. This gets the attention of her boss, a man who could use a steady […]

Superman #2 Review: The Quest for Plot Advancement

Superman #2 Review: The Quest for Plot Advancement

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Earth has been pulled into the Phantom Zone through unknown means, and Superman is doing everything he can to keep the planet from immediately falling part. He contacts the Justice League through Martian Manhunter's telepathic network, and none of the team has any answers. Meanwhile, Rogol Zaar is tearing his way back […]

Action Comics #1001 Review: The Fun Superman Book

Action Comics #1001 Review: The Fun Superman Book

Meanwhile, a cabal of criminals are performing their own investigation into the fires.[caption id="attachment_893178" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Superman: Action Comics #1001 cover by Patrick Gleason and Brad Anderson[/caption]Action Comics #1001 takes flight with a more compelling story and dedicated momentum than Superman #1 under Brian Michael Bendis Despite having an arguably conventional threat in the rash[...]

Focus on David Mack at SDCC: Inkpot Jessica Jones Autism and Me

Focus on David Mack at SDCC: Inkpot, Jessica Jones, Autism, and Me

He is also currently working on a new creator-owned series with Brian Michael Bendis called Cover, which is due in September.After that it was time for questions I was selected first, and as it turned out I was also the only one able to ask something So I am going to open up a bit[...]

DC Comics Reprints Brian Michael Bendiss First Batman Story from 2000 in Pearl #1

DC Comics Reprints Brian Michael Bendis's First Batman Story from 2000 in Pearl #1

I had heard, during San Diego Comic-Con, that there was some disquiet about sales order numbers for Brian Michael Bendis's first original work for DC Comics, Pearl, with his Jessica Jones partner Michael Gaydos.Well, this may be just what the comic needs to help its launch.It will now include a reprint of Bendis and Gaydos's eight-page[...]