Iron Man 2020 #1 Marvel Comics Writers Dan Scott and Christos Gage, Artist Pete Woods, Letterer Joe Caramagna Apparently Tony Stark is dead in the comics too now and its a good thing because he would have been board too reading this first issue of the new Iron Man comic as I was.
Question: The Deaths of Vic Sage #1 DC Black Label Writer Jeff Lemire, Penciller Denys Cowan, Inker Bill Sienkiewicz, Colorist Chris Sotomayor, Letterer Willie Schubert After a far too long hiatus the Question is back with the original Vic Sage story.
The Dollhouse Family #1 DC Black Label/Hill House Comics Writer M.R. Carey, Layouts Peter Gross, Finishes Vince Locke, Colorist Cris Peter, Letterer Todd Klein, Back-Up Story Writer Joe Hill, Artist Dan McDaid, Colorist John Kalisz, Letterer Wes Abbott The second of the Hill House Comics reunites the Unwritten team of Carey and Gross and they fit nicely into this mix with this first issue.
Joker Killer Smile #1 DC Black Label Writer Jeff Lemire, Artist Andrea Sorrentino, Colorist Jordie Bellaire, Letterer Steve Wands I have been waiting for this book form the day it was announced because I’m a huge fan of their Gideon Falls Image comic that is one of the best horror comics around currently so I was surprised that they were doing this comic.
Sorry about missing last week reviews. I was out at the Pinball Madness event held at the Museum of Pinball in Banning CA to volunteer for the weekend so it was a crazy 3 days and sadly the reviews fell by the wayside.
Going to the Chapel #1 Action Lab Entertainment Writer David Pepose, Artist Gavin Guidry, Colorist Elizabeth Kramer, Letterer Ariana Maher with Colin Bell This is quite a departure from Pepose’s Spencer and Locke series but in a lot of ways has the same kinetic
Marvel Comics #1000 Marvel Comics Writers Various, Artists Various, Colorist Various, Letterers Various I found it very ironic that Marvel choose to release this one thousand issue considering that none of their current titles are even close to 1000 but it would have been more appropriate to call this Marvel 80th but I guess they couldn’t let DC Comics do it only.