Raff Ienco’s new miniseries, ‘Epic Kill’, is a heavily action-film-influenced book with a healthy dose of mystery and bloodshed. While it has an interesting concept, it remains to be seen just how “epic” this series will be.
Category: 52 Pick-Up
Mary’s back with ‘Fathom: Kiani’, an Aspen Comics spinoff series from its flagship comic ‘Fathom’. Will the tenuous peace between the ocean-dwelling Blue and the human world last? Kiani holds the power to change the fate of the world.
‘No Place Like Home’ is the punk rock, skateboarding stepchild of ‘The Wonderful Wizard of Oz’. This re-imagining adds an element of horror to the already twisted and surreal land of Oz. Of course, you’re still in Kansas, Toto.
With ‘Womanthology’, you don’t just sit down, read, and say, “Oh, that was nice.” You have to read and re-read to truly understand what ‘Womanthology’ is about. It’s not just a book about “girl power”, it’s the realization of over 150 dreams.
An autobiographical comic book, EmiTown: A Sketch Diary, vol. 2 is incredibly fun but is very hard to describe. With its daily format, EmiTown is a huge book that is incredibly satisfying.
This week, PoP! Contributor Mary Staggs reads ‘She-Hulk’ in an attempt to understand superhero comics, Marvel, and “sexy sexy She-Hulk”. What did she think about one of Marvel’s most well-known female characters?
2011 has come to a close, and with it ends PoP! Contributor Jose Guzman’s run on ’52 Pick-Up’. The Artist Formerly Known as Guzman 2011 looks back on his tenure on ’52 Pick-Up’, and counts down his Best and Worst of 2011. Now in its entirety! And it only took a month!
This week’s 52 Pick-Up focuses on the newest ‘Danger Girl’ mini-series. Mary has never read ‘Danger Girl’ before. Will she like it or think that it’s a bit too over-the-top?
Sometimes, we just want a book with a badass leading character. There’s nothing overtly feminine about ‘Stumptown’, and yet, it has an extremely powerful female leading character who is just as good at getting out of trouble as she is getting into it.
52 Pickup is back stronger than ever with a new 52 relaunch of its own. Take that DC. Check out the all new format, as Guzman 2011 relaunches his journey to get through 52 unseen movies before the years end, starting up again with the infamous ‘Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen’.
DC has announced 52 new #1’s for September, and we’re keeping track of all the confirmed titles and creative teams making up the New DCU. Did your favorites make the cut?
Guzman 2011’s last 52 Pick-Up, Sunshine, was a true testament to Chris Evans’ ability to pull off Captain America, so this week, let’s see what Mr. Ryan Reynolds has to offer in the non-mainstream fantasy mystery, The Nines. Spoiler Alert: I rag on the Green Lantern a little.
Here we are in week 7 of 2011’s edition of 52 Pick-Up and the streak of great movies continues! This week’s greatness is brought to us by Danny Boyle with his Sci-Fi thriller Sunshine. Check out Guzman 2011’s review and then put some shades on and look directly into the Sunshine.
Week four is upon us and this weeks pick is the Rotoscoped sci-fi thriller, Renaissance. Did Renaissance end the streak of awesome movie watching or have I been able to pick four awesome movies in row? There’s only one way to find out.
Let’s take a look back at all 52 weeks… what went right, which books were just plain wrong, and most importantly: How has this whole project changed me as a comic book fan – or has it at all? The highs, the lows, and everything in between are all right here – take a look at my summary for each and every book, or jump to the end for “The Verdict.”
One nerd. 52 weeks. 52 new books. Will my horizons be broadened? Will my eyes be opened? Or will my wallet merely be emptied? This one’s for every member of the PoP!ulation – past, present, and future – looking for all new, all different reads. Will you take the challenge with me?
For the 2011 version of PanelsonPages.com’s 52 Pick-Up, Jose Guzman takes on the task of reviewing a movie a week, and for his first entry, he reviews the Simon Pegg/Edgar Wright action-comedy, Hot Fuzz. Let’s f@&*in’ do this thing.