BATMAN: THE OFFICIAL COMIC ADAPTATION (1989)
Art by Jerry Ordway (pencils/inks) & Steve Oliff (colors)
Words by Dennis O’Neil
Donald Glover Will Finally Get to Play Spider-Man (in a Cartoon)
possibly the best logan/ororo moment so far
Okay so I gotta set the record straight here… I saw some people online saying that the current run of Deadpool wasn’t very good and THEY ARE SO SO VERY MUCH WRONG!
The story arc from which the above photoset was taken, The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly, written by Gerry Duggan & Brian Posehn, with art from Declan Shalvey, and colors by Jordie Bellaire, may in fact be the very BEST Deadpool story ever. All the creators are on their A game here, and the story ranges from exciting, to hilarious, to heartbreaking, and back with aplomb.
For people who think Deadpool is nothing more than a walking punchline, read this collection and learn how wrong you are. You’re doing yourself a disservice by avoiding this series because of preconceived notions.
Spider-Woman // artwork by Milo Manara (2014)
Variant cover for issue #1
I’ve recently read all the brou-haha over this beautiful piece of art and how it has offended some loud person with a keyboard and a loud audience to follow. The artist made a really sweet exit out of the situation (even though all what he had to do it’s drop a bird bomb and tell people to fuck off). If you have any interest about the whole issue you can read it here. I will be a little less classy. Because of this situation and the Rick Remender “controversy" over The Falcon in the current Captain America book, I’ve come to the realization that the eternally-offended people really need to get a life and do other thing than read comic books. Either do that or get off your high fucking horse and stop being so sensitive over everything. Find your flags and causes in the real world where there are a lot of real issues that demand your attention and activism and please let scapism BE scapism.
That will be all on my side. If you fancy a discussion over a point of view you won’t be able to change, I will only answer privately.
July 16, 2014
by Bryne Yancey
By the time I was twelve years old—old enough to go and experience select things on my own, without parental supervision, but far too young to be out after 9 p.m. without it—I started getting a weekly allowance.