Writer: Jonathan Hickman Art: Leinil Francis Yu/Gerry Alanguilan/Sunny Gho
Rating – 3.6/5
Captain America’s wild ride comes to an end. And while it seems, at first, to be Tony Stark saving him from falling through temporal space, I don’t think it is. I think it’s Iron Man 2020. What that means, we’ll have to see…
Writer: Robert Kirkman Art: Ryan Ottley
Rating – 3.5/5
This is apocalyptic. But if Kirkman could just deliver this quality of comic each issue, with this much plot advancement, I would be happy forever. That he doesn’t is what makes me sad.
Still, at least he didn’t just let go of the whole rape issue. As I greatly feared he would (because of honest forgetfulness, not for any other reason).
Writer: Warren Ellis Art: Declan Shalvey/Jordie Bellaire
The final issue of Mr. Ellis’ run on Moon Knight is finally here. And it ties up some of what he was doing while also making a fine statement of the effect that a figure like Moon Knight can have on those around him. What I love about Ellis is his character work, and it certainly was felt with what is typically a hard character to get a grasp on (considering that his personality has shifted so many times through the years and, depending on the writer, he even has multiple personalities in his head). Still, Ellis managed to make him into a certified threat and not just a “poor man’s Batman.”
I’ll miss Ellis on the book (as I always do when he leaves any project). But here’s hoping Mr. Brian Wood can do something with it going forward.
As you can see above, Scott and I have combined our powers once more. Combined them to raise mighty Cthulhu Holmes from the digital depths and bind him in the real world on the two dimensional plane!
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