Rick Altergott's The Doofus Omnibus
For nearly two decades, Rick Altergott has been entertaining select comics enthusiasts with his character Doofus, a short, pudgy, weirdo and jerk who lives in Flowertown...
I’m a big fan of Michael Aushenker’s El Gato comics (www.elgatocomics.com), but I had no idea how good a cartoonist he really was until I read his absolutely fabulous collection, CARTOON FLOPHOUSE.
It's "Hard-Travelling Heroes Redux" as the JLA take a shape-shifting alien on a tour of the world.
Charles Burn's Black Hole #11
I’ve been afraid of cartoonist Charles Burns’ work ever since I first encountered his unsettling comix in an issue of RAW almost two decades ago.
Superman Birthright #7
This miniseries is a retelling of Superman's origin, combining some details from the Silver Age with the John Byrne version-- not always comfortably, as this issue shows.
A self-contained story which has Cinderella going to Paris for a mysterious liaison that may involve the betrayal of Fabletown into the hands of the Adversary.
Swamp Thing: A Murder of Crows (Book 4)
...Alan Moore had been working since he started writing Swamp Thing comics for DC back in the early 80’s, and the book also concluded Moore’s long-running Swamp Thing story arc, “American Gothic.”
Ultimate X-Men #42
New Mutants continues and the big question is, which mutant will turn up this issue?
Magneto Returns in X-Men Legacy #209
Xavier clings to life... again.
Although part of the issue was played for laughs, it progressed real fast into drama and higher stakes
Cyborg zombies attack giant radioactive bugs. But enough about the Hilary and Obama campaigns…
or, How I Survived My Performance Review.
It's new, but not crappy new like Pepsi Clear or Transformers Animated.
Captain America – Theater of War: America First
America First relates a forgotten era of Captain America
Is Invincible the Spider-man of the 21st Century?
Captain America #46
Captain America teams up with Namor, the Submariner in an attempt to find an old Chinese mad scientist
This was an interesting story that builds up new villain, giving him a strong motivation to go after Invincible and exact his vengeance
Captain America #47
Sometimes a comic book’s cover will make one not want to read what’s inside
Evil Invincibles run amuck the world and it’s up to the super heroes of the Image Comics universe to save the world
Captain America #48
What I’m really hoping is that it will set up the return of the Human Torch in time for Captain America #50
Captain America Comics 70th Anniversary Special #1
A tale of pre-super soldier serum heroics by Steve Rodgers and an historically interesting reprint of CAPTAIN AMERICA COMICS #7, from October, 1941.
Captain America # 50
On his birthday, Bucky is attacked by members of The Watchdogs, a far right militia group who worships Captain America…
Invincible # 62
Invincible continues to fight the Viltrumite envoy that was sent to dispose of him so they could invade the Earth
This issue, the Viltrumite agent sent to shake Invincible continues to kick the hero’s ass
Captain America Reborn #1 (of 5)
The return of Steve Rogers begins. Do we really need him back?
Captain America #601
Legendary Marvel artist Gene Colan guest pencils and inks an adventure from Captain America and Bucky’s World War II days.
Captain America Reborn #2 (of 5)
Steve Rogers consciousness continues to ride along with his past consciousness…while on the way to getting Reborn…get it?
Wall Street Journal Gets "Sweet Tooth"
Creator Jeff Lemire talks about his new Vertigo series.
Jeff Lemire's Sweet Tooth #1
A boy with antlers; he's the "sweet" of this title.
Captain America Reborn #3 of 5
While Captain America relives his days on ice and his fight against the Skrulls during the Kree / Skrull war, the Falcon rescues the current Captain America
Invincible’s father with Allen the Alien are trying to recruit and obtain a collection of weapons capable of destroying Viltrumites
Invincible fights a new villain Dinosaurus who believes in eugenics
Captain America Reborn #4 of 5
Mr. Fantastic and Hank Pym figure out how to retrieve Captain America from the time stream
Captain America Reborn #5 of 6
Captain America is reborn but with the Red Skull inside and right away, he attacks the Avengers and the new Captain America
Captain America: Who Will Wield the Shield?
This one shot Captain America story lead into the Siege storyline where the Marvel Comics super heroes fight against the Norse god Loki and Norman Osborn, Director of H.A.M.M.ER.
Will Invincible pick the wrong fight and risk the freedom of planet Earth?
Captain America #603
Cap continues to infiltrate the right wingnut Captain America’s Watchdog militia group, but the wingnut is aware of him and has big plans for Cap and The Falcon…
Sweet Tooth #6
Rising alt-comics star Jeff Lemire launches the second story arc in his post-apocalyptic tale of a world populated by animal/human hybrids, mad scientists, and aging hockey players.
Captain America #604
Bad Cap forces Bucky Cap to don his old outfit and go on a mission with him while The Falcon battles his captors and finds an unlikely ally…
Sweet Tooth #8
Jeff Lemire's post-apocalyptic story continues to astound.
Siege: Captain America #1
A tale of Two Captain Americas: Bucky and Steve team up to save a family trapped between the rubble of Asgard and a nasty super villain.
Captain America Reborn #6 of 6
This is the finale to half a year’s worth of storytelling to bring back the first Captain America after his death in a plot concocted by the Red Skull
Invincible fights the horrible squid guy that looks like the Justice League’s Starro
Captain America #605
The new Captain America, assuming his Bucky persona because the crazy Captain America of the 1950s forced him to must fight his “mentor” and stop him from blowing up Hoover’s dam
Invincible Returns #1
Invincible feels bad after having murdered an innocent man possessed by an alien squid
Invincible, his brother and his dad go out in space to join an alliance against the Viltrumites
Invincible faces Conquest a second time
Sweet Tooth #11
A Review of Life or Death!
Mark is hurt badly and the Viltrumite war is being waged in every reaches of the universe without him, his father, and his brother
Captain America #606
Is Captain America too violent?
Steve Rogers Super Soldier #1
Steve Rogers is chasing the grandson of the man who created the serum that transformed him into Captain America
Captain America #607
Bucky and the Black Widow are searching for the girl who slipped some drugs into his drink a few days priors
Captain America #608
It’s Captain America and the Black Widow versus the new Beetle
Steve Rogers Super Soldier #2 of 4
Steve Rogers is in Madripoor, that fictional Marvel Comics island that looks and feel like Singapore to find who is the hitman hired to kill Professor Erskine
Sweet Tooth #14
Gus and his fellow captive hybrids escape from The Militia’s camp while Jepperd leads a deranged post apocalyptic army back to free him…
Captain America #609
This story is not as bad, although I miss the crime noir feel of the early Captain America series
Captain America #611
Steve Rogers pleads the innocence of the new Captain America, Bucky Barnes with the President of the Unites States, as the media continues to portray the former Winter Soldier as a menace and a traitor
Fuck, it was great
Captain America #1
Thor & Loki: Blood Brothers
What defines a villain?
Captain America #2
Captain America and Agent 13 continue to investigate the resurgence of an old foe from the Second World War that has become an ally of H.Y.D.R.A.
Sweet Tooth #26
Sweet Tooth takes a trip into the past, and brings along some new talent for the ride.
The new nicer Invincible who’s able to turn the other cheek is still interesting
Captain America #3
This Captain America is all broad lights and straight to god super hero
Everyone has sex all the time and that’s all they can think of
Captain America #4
Captain America is on the moon with Sharon and is about to be interviewed about world peace and how it was achieved
Allen has decided to release the deadly scourge virus on Earth to eliminate the hidden Viltrumite refugees
Sweet Tooth #35 Review
Sweet Tooth keeps a steady pace to its end.
Sweet Tooth #36 Review
Lemire may be writing more high profile stuff, but Sweet Tooth is still his best.
Sweet Tooth #39 Review
Invincible #99 Review
I haven’t read @imagecomics Invincible for months and it feels like nothing has changed
Sweet Tooth #40
@JeffLemire gives #SweetTooth a befitting conclusion to a beautiful comic series. One of @VertigoComics greatest books.