Gerry Duggan


Empyre: X-Men #2 Review: The Octogenarian Resistance

Empyre: X-Men #2 Review: The Octogenarian Resistance

Empyre: X-Men #2 writers Gerry Duggan, Ben Percy, and Leah Williams craft the story with this issue, which shows Magik and the Hordeculture fighting back against the forces of evil while constantly bickering The dialogue, especially compared to the first issue, felt off, with characters bending over backward to deliver poorly written quips.Magik is a great character[...]

FCBD X-Men Book Leads to Game-Changing Marvel Event

FCBD X-Men Book Leads to "Game-Changing" Marvel Event

We already know about Marvel's next Earth-shattering super-mega-crossover event, Empyre With a Y, but what about the super-mega-crossover after that super-mega-crossover event? It looks like it's going to be X-Men-centric, according to the solicit for Marvel's offering for Free Comic Book Day 2020.X-MEN Marvel ComicsThis year’s Marvel title centers around the X-Men and will lead into[...]

Our Favorite Villains Wondercon Panel: Waid and Cates in One Room

Our Favorite Villains Wondercon Panel: Waid and Cates in One Room

Joining Waid on the panel were Donny Cates, Gerry Duggan, Joelle Jones, and Tim Sale.[caption id="attachment_1011704" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Mark Waid not realizing how close Bleeding Cool is[/caption]Waid came out a little before the panel started and asked if anyone had any questions He only had to ask me once to throw a question his way[...]


Infinity Wars #3 Review: What if Captain America but Also Doctor Strange

Infinity Wars #3 Review: What if Captain America but Also Doctor Strange?

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Loki and Flowa arrive in the aftermath of the bloodbath perpetrated by Gamora on Earth. The Avengers and the Guardians of the Galaxy have been dispatched with ease by Gamora armed with the Infinity Stones. She is ready to slay Loki, but, in true Trickster God fashion, Loki Laufeyson talks his way out […]

Thanos Legacy #1 Review: Half of a Great Comic

Thanos Legacy #1 Review: Half of a Great Comic

It shows the Titan briefly pondering his own meaning, resolving to wage war as he always has, discovering the Infinity Stones/Gems have returned, and being killed by Requiem.Beyond that, there are a couple of guest appearances that seem like advertisement for Cosmic Ghost Rider and Infinity Wars.The back-up story by Gerry Duggan, Cory Smith, and[...]

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

It takes place while he was still a Herald of Galactus years ago.[caption id="attachment_911948" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Thanos Legacy #1 cover by Geoff Shaw[/caption]Thanos Legacy #1Donny Cates, Gerry Duggan, Brian Level, and Cory Smith come together to tell what occurred when Thanos first returned from the future and before Infinity Wars: Prime.[caption id="attachment_911949" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Invader[...]

Watch the Trailer for Gerry Duggan and John McCreas Dead Rabbit

Watch the Trailer for Gerry Duggan and John McCrea's Dead Rabbit

Hoping to catch a glimpse of Gerry Duggan and John McCrea's new Image Comics series, Dead Rabbit, before Duggan takes off on his international rock star book signing tour? You're in luck, superfan! Using the latest in royalty-free trip-hop music and photo slideshow technology, Image has put together a trailer for the book, which you[...]

Image Announces Gerry Duggan World Tour

Image Announces Gerry Duggan World Tour

Are you ready to rock?! We said are you ready?! Well, you'd better get ready, because superstar writer Gerry Duggan could be coming to a city near you on a limited world signing tour to support his two Image Comics series, Analog and Dead Rabbit But don't take our word for it Here's the press[...]

Infinity Wars #2 Review: Gamora Against the World

Infinity Wars #2 Review: Gamora Against the World

I’m not sure it succeeds in doing so, but Gerry Duggan does go further in his recontextualizing of the Guardians of the Galaxy as more space pirates whom occasionally save the universe as opposed to straight-up heroes.Also… I think we get the explanation of the “Infinity Warps” here, and it’s a bit more macabre than[...]

Infinity Wars #1 Review: A Promising Start

Infinity Wars #1 Review: A Promising "Start"

and Frank Martin[/caption]Meanwhile, Loki and Flowa seek the Quarry of Creation and meet an unexpected yet familiar face there.Infinity Wars #1 continues the uphill trend of Gerry Duggans’ new Infinity stories Countdown got better with its final issue, Infinity Wars Prime was also quite solid, and this one impressed me too.There is a sense of[...]

Infinity Wars Prime #1 Review: Could This One Turn Out Good

Infinity Wars Prime #1 Review: Could This One Turn Out Good?

The interplay between Strange and Warlock sets the stage for a story where even the heroes don’t know if they can trust one another.That air of animosity between Marvel’s heroes has become tiresome as of late, but, if Gerry Duggan can make it as compelling as this throughout Infinity Wars, then I can make an[...]

Infinity Countdown #5 Review: Good Enough

Infinity Countdown #5 Review: Good Enough

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Hank Pym is in the Soul World with the elderly Gamora, and, against all odds, Hank is intent on escaping the Soul World. Black Widow arrives at the Sanctum Santorum with the Space Stone, and she asks Doctor Strange for help. He has the Time Stone. He uses his methods to locate the […]

Infinity Countdown: Black Widow #1 Review &#8211 Bringing Back Natasha to Do Nothing

Infinity Countdown: Black Widow #1 Review – Bringing Back Natasha to Do Nothing

Gerry Duggan writes a decent Natasha Romanoff She has a macabre sense of humor and no pity for those who exploit children.That said, the last third is a lengthy conversation between she and said Arthurian character that goes pretty much nowhere Unfortunately, a smattering of personality and decent one-liners can’t save a dull story.[caption id="attachment_871685"[...]

Analog #3 Review: Getting Away with Murder

Analog #3 Review: Getting Away with Murder

Mike Spicer’s color art is very well balanced and contrasted, with each scene using those colors to highlight specific details and important figures.Analog #3 is another good issue of Gerry Duggan’s fledgling series With tight pacing, compelling leads, and great artwork, this comic continues to impress with every installment This one earns a recommendation[...]


Infinity Countdown #4 Review: A Low Point in an Unexciting Series

Infinity Countdown #4 Review: A Low Point in an Unexciting Series

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Silver Surfer approaches Galactus the Lifebringer for help with the dawning Ultron crisis. Adam Warlock faces Ultron Prime on his own. The Guardians of the Galaxy and the Nova Corps reconnoiter on Knowhere. The Nova want to look after the Power Stone, but Gamora is reluctant to allow them to have it. Richard […]

Image Offers Unsold C2E2 Analog #1 Variants Now That Its Being Adapted for Film

Image Offers Unsold C2E2 Analog #1 Variants Now That It's Being Adapted for Film

In the wake of news that Gerry Duggan and David O'Sullivan's Analog has been picked up by Lionsgate for a movie adaptation with John Wick director Chad Stahelski and Colony creator Ryan Condal attached, Image Comics is offering unsold C2E2 variants of the comic's first issue Presumably, the variants would otherwise have been shipped overseas to people[...]


Comic Book Wins and Losses Week of May 9th 2018: No Justice for Deadpool

Comic Book Wins and Losses, Week of May 9th, 2018: No Justice for Deadpool

Welcome to the next installment of Comic Book Wins and Losses! This week, we're going to try something a little different. To limit myself and to, honestly, make these a little easier to construct, there will only be five wins and five losses. This may fluctuate depending on circumstances, but that will be the template […]