We are living in the greatest era in entertainment history, an era defined and dictated by our nerd community. Here are five things in comics right now that are absolutely wonderful.
Written by JONATHAN HICKMAN & SAM HUMPHRIES Art by LUKE ROSS Colors by MATTHEW WILSON Letters by VC’S CLAYTON CLOWES After last issue’s jaw dropping conclusion, Jonathan Hickman and new writing partner Sam Humphries pick up the pieces in another strong issue that keeps up the momentum and brings even more players onto a board […]
Written by JONATHAN HICKMAN Art by ESAD RIBIC Colors by DEAN WHITE / Letters by VC’S CLAYTON COWLES “The boy who killed America.” With those words, Jonathan Hickman has fundamentally changed the Ultimate Universe. It is another bold move from this series and it is one of the most effective jaw dropping cliffhangers in recent […]
Written by JONATHAN ROSS Art by BRYAN HITCH, ANDREW CURRIE & PAUL NEARY Colors by PAUL MOUNTS Letters by CHRIS ELIOPOULOS America’s Got Powers takes a note from the success of “The Hunger Games”, combined it with America’s obsession with reality television, then tossed in the classic comic book spin – super powers. The result? […]
Written by JONATHAN HICKMAN Art by ESAD RIBIC Colors by DEAN WHITE / Letters by VC’s CLAYTON COWLES Well the tension continues to build as events are set in motion, which could spell trouble for The Ultimates. Jonathan Hickman creates another obstacle for the team, which could have lasting repercussions, whilst Esad Ribic creates some of […]
Written by JONATHAN HICKMAN Art by ESAD RIBIC Colors by DEAN WHITE / Letters by VC’S CLAYTON COWLES It has finally happened. The Ultimates has begun to strain under the weight of Jonathan Hickman’s multi faceted narrative. It isn’t a total write-off but the book is becoming bloated as a new aspect is added to the […]
Written by JONATHAN HICKMAN Art by BRANDON PETERSON & ESAD RIBIC Colors by DEAN WHITE, JOSE VILLARUBIA & JIM CHARALAMPDIS Letters by CLAYTON COWLES This feels more like an epilogue to the last arc rather than the start of a fresh one. But the fallout from The Children of Tomorrow is far too big to […]
Written by JOHNATHAN HICKMAN Art by ESAD RIBIC Colors by DEAN WHITE / Letters by CLAYTON COWLES The Children Of Tomorrow have succeeded and our heroes have seen better days. But even with all the narrative tension, this month’s instalment doesn’t soar as high as previous issues. That’s not to say that there isn’t anything good […]