Gerry Duggan



Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of May 9th, 2018: No Justice and Freddy's Dead

I've missed out on this one myself, but Gage is a good writer and the Micronauts are frigging cool.[caption id="attachment_843725" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Analog #2 cover by David O'Sullivan and Jordie Bellaire[/caption]Analog #2Gerry Duggan, David O'Sullivan, and Jordie Bellaire made a hell of a start with Analog #1, which delivered a world where information is forced back into paper form[...]

Infinity Countdown #3 cover by Nick Bradshaw and Morry Hollowell

Infinity Countdown #3 Review: Sax the Destroyer, or the Draxophone

This battle isn’t looking good for the Guardians and Nova, and the Corps decides to pull out of the conflict.[caption id="attachment_840824" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Infinity Countdown #3 cover by Nick Bradshaw and Morry Hollowell[/caption]Gerry Duggan is widely known as a comedy writer thanks to, most recently, Deadpool He brought some of these comedic instincts to his[...]

Infinity Countdown #2 cover by Nick Bradshaw and Morry Hollowell

Infinity Countdown #2 Review: Fun, Pretty, but Not Substantial

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The forge dwarf continues his mysterious work as the repowered group swiftly brings down the massive Scar. Afterwards, this contingent of the Guardians of the Galaxy, Star-Lord, Ant-Man, Gamora, Rocket Raccoon, Groot, and Nova Richard Rider, rejoins Drax the Destroyer and Eve at the Power Stone in the hopes of halting the Chitauri […]


300 Deadpools in One Variant Cover, Plus 1 Negasonic Teenage Warhead in a Deadpool Reboot

Marvel dropped some news on its plans for canceling and quickly rebooting Deadpool at the Marvel Next Big Thing panel at C2E2. It seems Marvel is developing frightening new weaponized variant technology following yesterday's kerfluffle over incentive variants at the Retailer Summit. Ukulele-fondling Marvel editor Jordan White, who appeared sans fedora, revealed that Despicable Deadpool […]

Analog #1 cover by David O'Sullivan and Jordie Bellaire

Analog #1 Advance Review: The Man Who Sold the Internet

Jordie Bellaire matches this with darker and dirtier shades which complete the aesthetic.Analog #1 gives a highly promising start to the series, with Gerry Duggan showing once more his chops when it comes to sci-fi and comedy O’Sullivan and Bellaire are no slouches either, making the comic look as good as it reads This one[...]


Infinity Countdown #1 cover by Nick Bradshaw and Morry Hollowell

Infinity Countdown #1 Review: A Fun Continuation to Guardians of the Galaxy's Finale

This was a coherent and energetic issue.That being said, if you’ve only been reading the Infinity Countdown-branded issues prior to this without following the latter issues of Gerry Duggan’s Guardians of the Galaxy, you are going to be absolutely frigging lost It’s been revealed that this miniseries is actually the final five issues of his[...]

X-Men: Bland Design – Deadpool's Killing Spree Continues in Despicable Deadpool #295

It's time for our final Deadpool comic...Despicable Deadpool #295 Writer: Gerry Duggan Artist: Scott Koblish Colorist: Ruth Redmond Letterer: Joe Sabino Cover: Mike Hawthorne and Nathan FairbairnWorth noting that Matteo Lolli is advertised as the artist on the cover, but the interior credits say it's Scott Koblish?The Bucket List storyline continues in Despicable Deadpool, which sees Deadpool killing people on[...]



X-Men: Bland Design – The Countdown to a Relaunch Continues in Despicable Deadpool #294

We make no promises about the use of your time, however.On stands this week are Weapon X #14, X-Men Blue #21, Despicable Deadpool #294, Cable #154, and Old Man Logan #35.Despicable Deadpool #294 Writer: Gerry Duggan Artist: Scott Koblish Colorist: Ruth Redmond Letterer: Joe Sabino Cover: Mike Hawthorne and Nathan FairbairnHere's what you need to know about Despicable Deadpool[...]


X-Men: Bland Design – Deadpool's Past Begins to Catch Up With Him in Despicable Deadpool #293

We make no promises about the use of your time, however.This week we’ve got Phoenix Resurrection #5, All-New Wolverine #30, Despicable Deadpool #293, Old Man Logan #34, and Jean Grey #11. Now let's see what's going on Despicable Deadpool #293.The Despicable Deadpool #293 Writer: Gerry Duggan Penciller: Matteo Lolli Inker: Christian Dalla Vecchia Colorist: Ruth Redmond Letterer: Joe SabinoHere's what you need to know about Despicable[...]

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X-Men: Bland Design – Deadpool Has a Crisis of Conscience in Despicable Deadpool #292

First up:Despicable Deadpool #292 Writer: Gerry Duggan Artist: Matteo Lolli Colorist: Ruth Redmond Letterer: Joe Sabino Damage: $3.99You're in luck today if you haven't been following The Despicable Deadpool, because it looks like we're starting off with the first part of a new storyline called The Bucket List The recap page gets us up to speed, telling us that Deadpool[...]


Guardians of the Galaxy #149 cover by Aaron Kuder and Jordie Bellaire

Guardians of the Galaxy #149 Review: Rocket Raccoon, the Champion of Justice

While Gerry Duggan’s stint on the book hasn’t exactly been the space-hopping epic one would expect given this title’s history, it has been fun, and the interactions between the Guardians are often engaging (even if much of the book has been the team hating Star-Lord) I recommend this issue, and I look forward to what[...]

Guardians of the Galaxy #148 cover by Aaron Kuder and Ive Svorcina

Guardians of the Galaxy #148 Review: Drax on the Sax

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Guardians of the Galaxy continue to have their hands full with the Nova Corps situation. Star-Lord and Nova Richard Rider are standing before a massive Infinity Stone, shown to them by Nova Corpsman Eve Bakian. It is the Power Stone, and it seems to be the real deal by all evidence. Meanwhile, […]

Guardians of the Galaxy #147 cover by Aaron Kuder and Ive Svorcina

Guardians of the Galaxy #147 Review: Star-Lord And Nova Reunite

Ian Herring’s color work is a little faded while still remaining bright and attractive.Guardians of the Galaxy #147 continues to show promise in the future of Gerry Duggan’s run on the team It is a solid read, even if it isn’t the most exciting of chapters It earns a recommendation, and you should read it.[rwp-review-ratings[...]