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GLAAD 2023 Comics Award Nominations Name More Than Just The Writer
Willow Wilson, Marcio Takara, Atagun Ilhan, Brian Level, Stefano Gaudiano, Jay Leisten, Arif Prianto, Ivan Plascencia, Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou (DC Comics) Sins of the Black Flamingo, by Andrew Wheeler, Travis Moore, Tamra Bonvillain, Aditya Bidikar (Image Comics) Star Wars: Doctor Aphra, by Alyssa Wong, Minkyu Jung, Natacha Bustos, Rachelle Rosenberg, Joe Caramagna (Marvel Comics) Superman: Son of Kal-El, by Tom Taylor,[...]
Heather Antos Now Promoted To Senior Editor At IDW
Heather Antos announced the promotion online, amending her Twitter bio to the new credit and then tweeting "New title, who dis?" Heather Antos, art by Michael Walsh. She received congratulations on her new role from the likes of comic creators, marketing, publisher, and journalists including Joe Glass, John Reppion, Jim Dandedeau, Jamal Igle, Chris Arrant, Geoff Thorne, Declan[...]
X-Men: Bland Design – The Poisons are Fashionably Late in X-Men Blue #22
We'll start things off with X-Men Blue, which is a crossover with Venom as part of the Poison X storyline… X-Men: Blue #22 Writer: Cullen Bunn Artist: Jacopo Camagni Colorist: Matt Milla Letterer: Joe Caramagna Cover: Nick Bradshaw and Federico Blee Can you believe we're already four issues into the Poison X crossover with Venom? It's got to be almost over, right?[...]
X-Men: Bland Design – It's Wolverines vs. Nukes and Everyone is High in Weapon X #14
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. Weapon X #14 Writer: Greg Pak Artist: Yildiray Cinar Colorist: Frank D'Armata Letterer: Joe Caramagna Cover: David Nakayama Long story short: Old Man Logan and the rest of his team of[...]
X-Men Blue #21
Let's kick things off with X-Men Blue #21… X-Men Blue #21 Writer: Cullen Bunn Artist: Jacopo Camagni Colorist: Matt Milla Letterer: Joe Caramagna Cover: Art Adams and Federico Blee This issue is part of the Poison X crossover, which started in the X-Men Blue Annual and will force us to read the next few issues of Venom[...]
X-Men blue annual #1
Let's take a look at X-Men Blue Annual #1. X-Men Blue Annual #1 Writer: Cullen Bunn Artist: Edgar Salazar Colorist: Matt Milla Letterer: Joe Caramagna Damage: $4.99 X-Men Blue Annual #1 is the start of a crossover with Venom called Poison X We haven't been reading Venom (because it's not 1995), so we'll see how well this comic manages to explain what's going[...]
X-Men Blue #20
Silva Inker: Adriano Di Benedetto Colorist: Rain Beredo Letterer: Joe Caramagna Damage: $3.99 We pick up the Cross Time Capers story from the previous issue, which was basically a whole lot of X-pository dialogue ending in the reveal that Charles Xavier II and the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants from Earth-13729 were masquerading as the original five X-Men back in their original time while the original[...]
weapon x
You can see read every X-Men: Bland Design column going back to the very beginning (which was last week) at this link. Let's take a look at Weapon X #13… Weapon X #13 Writer: Greg Pak Artist: Yildiray Cinar Colorist: Frank D'Armata Letterer: Joe Caramagna Damage: $3.99 We're joining the Nuke-Clear War storyline with Part 2 A team of Wolverines and quasi-Wolverines consisting[...]
U.S.Avengers #12
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] U.S.Avengers #12 from Marvel Comics by Al Ewing, Paco Diaz, Jesus Aburtov, and Joe Caramagna is a great example of when Marvel Comics can do really well, with a fun superhero adventure story that also has a layered commentary on the world outside our window This particular issue takes a very specific focus on[...]
runaways #3
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Runaways #3 from Marvel Comics by Rainbow Rowell, Kris Anka, Matthew Wilson, and Joe Caramagna continues the new series of Marvel's teenage (and now older) runaways, and it keeps its streak as one of the best Marvel books out there right now. Following Nico, Chase, Old Lace, and the resurrected Gert as they try to[...]
Darth Vader #1 Review – Do You Like Stories About Lightsabers?
Yes, the infamous "NOOOOOO!" is here, but tastefully retconned into a powerful "NO," by letterer Joe Caramagna, and it is much appreciated. From there: this is the Emperor's show He does not take kindly to Vader "touching" him with the Force, and begins to use his Force Lightning on him, begging him to use his lightsaber[...]
Rocket Raccoon Gets In On Free Comic Book Day
To go with the already announced Guardians of the Galaxy, Captain Marvel and Venom story by Brian Michael Bendis and Nick Bradshaw… there will be a Rocket Raccoon book by Joe Caramagna and Adam Archer. The book is to be an all-ages comic with a cover by Skottie Young as the furry hero has a price[...]
Joe Caramagna To Write Marvel Young Readers Spider-Man Novels
Amazing Spider-Man: Behind The Mask and Amazing Spider-Man: Vulture, both written by Joe Caramagna, recently writing Fear Itself spinoff comics for Marvel.   The volumes appear to be modelled on those published previously this year in France In that continues, we can probably expect volumes featuring Sandman and Dr Octopus to follow…     [...]