Weekly Review – Free Comic Book Day Edition
Earlier we brought you reviews of our regular comics for the week. Here’s an extended version with mini reviews of the comics we obtained for the 2010 Free Comic Book Day.
Archie’s Summer Splash!
Artifacts #0 – You can read our extended review here.
Atomic Robo – An Atomic Robo story as well as NeoZoic and Box 13, all are entertaining and worth the read.
Bongo Comics Free-For-All!
Classic Comic Strip Action & Adventure
Del Rey Showcase
Doctor Solar: Man of the Atom/Magnus: Robot Fighter – Dark Horse is resurrecting the two franchises for ongoing series starting in July and August. Doctor Solar is an origin tale of sort with an early adventure. It’s a very good start and definitely has be intrigued. Magnus is very much a pulp story reminiscent of Flash Gordon and that’s not necessarily a bad thing. There’s a throwback/classic feel to it.
G.I. Joe #155 1/2 – Picking up where the original Marvel series left off this issue bridges the gap between that and it’s continuation in July. It brought me right back to my childhood and I can’t wait to see what’s to come.
Green Hornet – You can read our original review here.
Iron Man/Nova – Focused squarely at the kids, this sees Iron Man and Nove take on Red Ghost and his apes.
Iron Man/Thor – Iron Man and Thor must deal with strange weather occurrences and a weapon that Stark has built that’s fallen into other hands.
Irredeemable/Incorruptible – You can read our original review here.
Mouse Guard/Fraggle Rock – You can read our extended review here.
the Overstreet Guide to Collecting Comics
Owly and Friends!
the Sixth Gun – A tale of the Wild West from Oni Press that seems to involve a magical gun and some undead goons. A pretty interesting series, with decent artwork.
Sonic the Hedgehog
War of the Supermen #0 – The prelude to the next big event sees New Krypton going to war with Earth. The issue not only has the moments leading up to that but also gives a decent explanation of what’s been happening for those who might not know. An excellent issue, even better since it’s free!