Robert Rodriguez Joins Live-Action "Jonny Quest" Film
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"The Unwritten" presents a chilling one-off story that will keep you from ever looking at Winnie the Pooh the same way again.
For an issue that's supposed to explain the main thrust of the story, this is an awfully long flashback starring Frog Thor.
For a character who's normally not terribly interesting, Ares fits quite well into the black and white anthology format.
Riddle me this... how strong can will a collaboration between Tony Daniel and Guillem March be?
"Punisher MAX" is still good, but is worryingly getting a little cartoonish in spots.
The frequency of "Daredevil" has slowed down a bit, but fortunately it's still proving to be entertaining.
"Siege: Young Avengers" #1 makes me miss having a "Young Avengers" series, but in a good way.
As "Superman: Secret Origin" gets closer to modern times, the issues are slightly less compelling, but still well-crafted.
As "Cable" comes to an end, his old co-star from "Cable & Deadpool" drops by for a strange prologue issue.
As anthology comics go, "World War Hulks" is all right so long as you aren't expecting too much.
Apparently, Marvel thinks fans of Deadpool will buy just about anything.
If "Ultimate X" would just ditch the narration boxes, this would be a much better comic.
Jonathan Hickman and Dustin Weaver's "S.H.I.E.L.D." is the best debut issue I've seen in a very long time.
It's time to stop getting tricked by the lure of "Teen Titans."
With a guest art team in this month, "Gotham City Sirens" is able to narrow down what wasn't working up until now.
Despite being plagued with artist switcheroos, "Detective Comics" still makes you eager for more Batwoman.
Have you ever gotten the impression that even the creative team of a title isn't sure what's happening behind the scenes?
"Frankencastle" continues to be surprisingly charming; this is a lot better than old stories, like when Captain America became a werewolf.
A 30th anniversary "She-Hulk" special is a nice idea, but two of the three entries ignore that word "special."
"Wall-E" is serving up a series of prequels, which is a nice idea in theory but ends up not being that gripping.