Mariko Tamaki


4 Thoughts On Overwatch: Tracer-London Calling #1 of 5

4 Thoughts On Overwatch: Tracer-London Calling #1 of 5

I used to play quite a bit of Overwatch when it first came out and was excited to see the team of Mariko Tamaki and Babs Tarr on an Overwatch comic Therefore, I figured it'd be worth taking a look at what the team came up with.[caption id="attachment_1309172" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Overwatch: Tracer-London Calling 1 of[...]

Mariko Tamaki and Gurihiru Create Thor &#038 Loki: Double Trouble

Mariko Tamaki and Gurihiru Create Thor & Loki: Double Trouble

Last year, novelist and comic book writer Mariko Tamaki teamed up with the Harvey Award-winning art team Gurihiru to produce Spider-Man & Venom: Double Trouble Since then, Mariko won Best Writer at the Eisner Awards for Harley Quinn: Breaking Glass, with I, Am Not Starfire on the way And now they are working together on[...]

Mariko Tamaki and Dan Mora on Detective Comics #1034 From March 2021

Mariko Tamaki and Dan Mora on Detective Comics #1034 From March 2021

Mariko Tamaki and Dan Mora will be the creators on Detective Comics from #1034 in March, after their two-issue stint on Future State: The Dark Detective in January and February They both also created a story for Detective Comics #2017 featuring Detective Nakano, who looks to be a foil for Batman both in Future State[...]

Meet Starfires Gay Goth Daughter Mandy in I Am Not Starfire YA OGN

Meet Starfire's Gay Goth Daughter Mandy, in I Am Not Starfire YA OGN

Written by Mariko Tamaki and drawn by Yoshi Yoshitani, we now have a date, a description and a cover August 10th 2021.. and a better idea of who this person who is not Starfire might be...Mandy,  Starfire's daughter, who appears to be a bit of a goth rebel. From New York Times bestselling author Mariko Tamaki[...]

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Willow #4 Review: BOOMs Best Buffy Title

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Willow #4 Review: BOOM!'s Best Buffy Title

Credit: BOOM! Studios[/caption]Everything that made the first three issues of Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Willow great continues here, with this slice-of-life style script from Mariko Tamaki Even as it begins to ramp up with a bit of supernatural action, in the end, there is a quiet, purposeful, intellectual approach to it all that is befitting to Willow[...]

Diana Vs Dinosaurs in Mariko Tamaki and Mikel Janins Wonder Woman

Diana Vs Dinosaurs in Mariko Tamaki and Mikel Janin's Wonder Woman

Mariko Tamaki was due to take over Wonder Woman as the new ongoing writer in June.. that's now July, because of the shutdown, with Mikel Janin on Wonder Woman #759 Now it's heading to FOC this weekend, DC Comics want to let you have a look at a few of the pages alongside covers by[...]

Mariko Tamaki and Mikel Janín Join Wonder Woman Ongoing, Bring Back Maxwell Lord

Mariko Tamaki, best known for her graphic novels Skim, Emiko Superstar, Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up with Me, the Eisner-Award winning This One Summer, and for several prose works such as  Cover Me,She has also written comics with other people's characters including Hulk, Supergirl: Being Super, Lumberjanes and Harley Quinn: Breaking Glass. And she is adding[...]



X-23 #3 Review: Not Enough Gabby but Some Solid Action

X-23 #3 Review: Not Enough Gabby, but Some Solid Action

Mariko Tamaki still writes a compelling X-23, and Juann Cabal’s artwork is gorgeous.[caption id="attachment_910562" align="aligncenter" width="600"] X-23 #3 art by Juann Cabal and Nolan Woodard[/caption]The chase scene owes much of its intensity to the art of Cabal He is very skilled at depicting action sequences, and the comic derides much of its overall quality from[...]


X-23 #2 Review: The New Best Dynamic Duo in Comic

X-23 #2 Review: The New Best Dynamic Duo in Comic

Also, Jonathan is amazing, but he needs to get back to talking with Rocket Raccoon’s speech device.Mariko Tamaki is already on the way to surpassing the brilliance of All-New Wolverine, and I hope the book keeps down this path.[caption id="attachment_894719" align="aligncenter" width="600"] X-23 #2 art by Juann Cabal and Nolan Woodard[/caption]Juann Cabal, who worked many[...]

Hunt for Wolverine: Claws of a Killer #3 Review &#8211 Not Enough Claws or Killer

Hunt for Wolverine: Claws of a Killer #3 Review – Not Enough Claws or Killer

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Daken is pinned down by the undead horde, but he finds his way to the warehouse in which Sabretooth and Lady Deathstrike are hiding. The three know this may be their final stand, but Daken has a suspicion that a glowing green device he spotted is responsible for both he zombies and the […]

X-23 #1 Review: Gabby and Laura Are Still a Wonderful Team

X-23 #1 Review: Gabby and Laura Are Still a Wonderful Team

Plus, geneticists are still trying to steal the genetic material of a Wolverine.Mariko Tamaki shows she understands one of the main things that made Tom Taylor’s All-New Wolverine so great: the interplay between Laura and Gabby These two have great chemistry, and their sisterhood is one of the cutest damn things in comics.The main plot[...]

Hunt for Wolverine: Claws of a Killer #2 Review &#8211 Claws vs. Zombies

Hunt for Wolverine: Claws of a Killer #2 Review – Claws vs. Zombies

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Daken is taken by soldiers after being pinned down by zombies. Across town, Sabretooth and Lady Deathstrike are also ambushed by the undead. They fight them off, but Victor is bitten. The wound isn't healing, and he is ready to abandon Deathstrike and Daken to escape. However, escape isn't a readily available option, […]

Hunt for Wolverine: The Claws of a Killer #1 Review &#8211 Gritty and Murderous Fun

Hunt for Wolverine: The Claws of a Killer #1 Review – Gritty and Murderous Fun

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] A small town in the middle of nowhere receives unexpected and untimely visitors that set off a mysterious device. Elsewhere, Lady Deathstrike, Sabretooth, and Daken come together on the matter of Wolverine's apparent resurrection. The three decide that, if Logan is alive once more, they are going to just have to kill him […]

Humanoids Announces New Imprint Life Drawn

Humanoids Announces New Imprint, 'Life Drawn'

In this sumptuously beautiful and important graphic novel, you will intimately bear witness to what so few in the world have been privy to.”Luisa: Now and Then by Carole Maurel, Adapted by‎ Mariko Tamaki (This One Summer) Publication date: June 20, 2018; ISBN: 978-1594656439; 272 Pages; $29.95 A queer transformative tale about self-acceptance and sexuality, written and[...]

X-23 Replaces All-New Wolverine in July from Mariko Tamaki Juann Cabal

X-23 Replaces All-New Wolverine in July from Mariko Tamaki, Juann Cabal

But we're still sad to see it go.Don't think of it as losing an All-New Wolverine, however! Instead, think of it as gaining an X-23! In July, Laura Kinney is getting both a name change and a new #1 issue as Mariko Tamaki, Jaunn Cabal, and Nolan Woodard launch X-23 #1."I am so psyched to[...]

She-Hulk #163 Review: A Deservedly Uplifting Conclusion

She-Hulk #163 Review: A Deservedly Uplifting Conclusion

After the emotionally intense and heavy series from Mariko Tamaki, it’s nice to have an uplifting finale that insinuates that She-Hulk’s life is looking up.It is a text-heavy issue, with much of the comic consisting of banter between Jen and Patsy, but it’s quick and entertaining dialogue Plus, it allows the comic to close out[...]

Comics for Your Pull Box March 7th 2018: Green Hornet #1 Ghostbusters Annual and More

Comics for Your Pull Box, March 7th, 2018: Green Hornet #1, Ghostbusters Annual, and More

What does the future hold for She-Hulk? Figure out in this finale from Mariko Tamaki and Diego Olortegui.[caption id="attachment_805377" align="aligncenter" width="600"] X-Men: Red #2 cover by Travis Charest[/caption]X-Men: Red #2X-Men: Red #1 blew me away, and I'm really hoping we have a good mainline X-Men series on our hands The only way to find out is by checking out[...]