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Preview: Red Sonja: Black, White, Red #2

Red Sonja: Black, White, Red #2

writers: Jonboy Meyers, Jeff Parker, David F. Walker
artists: Jonboy Meyers, Natalie Nourigat, Will Robson
covers: Lucio Parrillo (A), Jonboy Meyers (B), David Nakayama (C), Tabitha Lyons Cosplay Variant (D), Jonboy Meyers (RI-E/Line Art), David Nakayama (RI-F/Line Art), Jonboy Meyers (RI-G/BW), Tabitha Lyons Cosplay Variant (RI-H/Virgin), David Nakayama (RI-I/BW), Lucio Parrillo (RI-J/BW)
FC | 40 pages | Sword and Sorcery | $4.99 | Teen+

The greatest tales!

The most amazing storytellers!

Red Sonja, like you’ve NEVER seen before… all presented in beautiful black, white, and red!

JONBOY MEYERS (Teen Titans) presents an aging Queen Sonja, face-toface with a long-forgotten foe who threatens to change the world for the worse…

JEFF PARKER (Aquaman) and NATALIE NOURIGAT (Disney) toss Sonja into a living sentient fungus bog, with no easy exit out…

DAVID F. WALKER (Naomi, Bitter Root) and WILL ROBSON (Fantastic Four) feature a creature from myth, with a craving for the blood of a She-Devil…

Red Sonja: Black, White, Red #2

Review: Fantastic Four #25

Fantastic Four #25

In Fantastic Four #25, an otherworldly being of incredible power is looking for an omnipotent power than Reed Richards has locked away many, many years ago (but never mentioned). Separate, none of the Fantastic Four can stop this villain. Combined with the might of the FF and a bunch of their friends and family, they are able to defeat the bad guy and save the day.

Let’s be honest: that’s the synopsis of many Fantastic Four stories. These plot pieces make up your typical FF story. What separates the good and bad stories is how you put those pieces together. The Fantastic Four are not quite the superheroes that many others in the Marvel Universe are. They are adventurers and explorers and the bizarre and unknown are their backyard over most anyone else. So having a story where the plot isn’t exactly original, it helps that the writer puts pieces in place that makes it a bit more interesting.

Writer Dan Slott makes the FF feel like the FF.  In my opinion, there’s a lot that Slott does with these characters. Fantastic Four #25 features a strong family dynamic and the threat is certainly a deadly one. I’ve been a fan of the FF since I was a child and while I haven’t been reading it much in the last two years, the first story in the 25th issue did feel like a classic. That said, the other story in this issue, between a newly-reborn Uatu and the original Nick Fury felt a bit off and unexciting. You can’t win them all, true believers.

For being the Fantastic Four, it’s Fantastic a-whole-lot-of-people. Doom and his servant, another set of jobbers in the Baxter building, Ben’s adopted-ish kids that he has with Alicia. There’s a lot of people in the story so there’s two ways to look at it. Too many moving pieces that take away a bit of focus from Reed and Co. Or, it enhances the family dynamic, another quality of what makes the FF who they are. I personally felt it was maybe too many people for a single issue. Ben and Johnny do not contribute much to this, which was a bummer.

Holy cow! The art in Fantastic Four was pretty…fantastic? I am new to the art team of R.B. Silva and Jesus Abertov but they blew me away. They totally nail the character looks and there were some pages, like the one of Reed and Valeria working in the lab, that stood out. One thing I enjoyed visually was the scene with Reed and Valeria in the lab, totally looking like something out of the Kirby era. The action sequences stand out with both high marks in detail and panel work, not skimping on backgrounds.  Great lettering all around from Joe Caramagna. And I think it makes a huge difference on a book to have an eye-catching cover and I thought the Mark Brooks cover was top-notch.

Dan Slott has been on this book for a few years and from the few issues I’ve read of his FF run, I’ve really enjoyed it and wished that I kept up in a better fashion on it. R.B. Silva and Jesus Abertov crushed the visuals. I think for a new reader, Fantastic Four #25 would not be the most friendly issue to pick up but I do think this was a pretty good issue of Fantastic Four and definitely worth the read.

Story: Dan Slott Art: R.B. Silva, Paco Medina, Will Robson
Color: Jesus Aburtov, Marcio Menyz Letterer: Joe Caramagna
Story: 7.0 Art: 9.0 Overall: 8.0 Recommendation: Read

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Preview: Fantastic Four #25

Fantastic Four #25

(W) Dan Slott (A) R. B. Silva, Paco Medina, Will Robson (CA) Mark Brooks
Rated T
In Shops: Oct 21, 2020
SRP: $5.99

“There Shall Come a Reckoning”

Do NOT miss it! This issue has it all: New Artist! New villains! New uniforms! And a new, major, permanent status quo change for Marvel’s First Family!

Who is the HELMSMAN? Is he here to save our reality or destroy it? Why is VICTORIOUS in New York-and what will that mean for the HUMAN TORCH? All this and an appearance by DOCTOR DOOM! One of the most important characters in the entire cosmos…returns from the dead! And a major turning point in the history of the FANTASTIC FOUR!

Fantastic Four #25

Preview: Quantum and Woody #3


Pre-Order Edition Cover by STEVE LIEBER
Cover E 1/20 “Extra Virgin” Variant by DAVID NAKAYAMA
On sale MARCH 25 | 32 pages, full color | $3.99 US | T+

Quantum & Woody are back in high school – this time to solve a murder!
But are their combined powers a match for the haunts that await them?


Preview: Spider-Ham #3 (of 5)

Spider-Ham #3 (of 5)

(W) Zeb Wells (A/CA) Will Robson
Rated T
In Shops: Feb 26, 2020
SRP: $3.99


• What’s a Ham Warp? We don’t know, but this third issue of SPIDER-HAM is an interdimensional delight!
• Spider-Ham just can’t catch a break! First SPIDER-MAN crashes his solo adventure…
•…and now they’re trapped in the past! Somebody’s gotta bring home the bacon!

Spider-Ham #3 (of 5)

Preview: Peter Porker, The Spectacular Spider-Ham #2 (of 5)

Peter Porker, The Spectacular Spider-Ham #2

(W) Zeb Wells (A/CA) Will Robson
Rated T
In Shops: Jan 29, 2020
SRP: $3.99

• Zeb Wells and Will Robson, authors of your favorite comic book of the year – SPIDER-HAM #1 – reunite for the series’ stunning SECOND ISSUE!
• But what threat could be so dangerous – so DEADLY – that it imperils the Marvel Multiverse’s porcine protector… even with his cartoonish resistance to injury?!

Spider-Ham #2 (of 5)

Review: Peter Porker, The Spectacular Spider-Ham #1

Spider-Ham has saved the multiverse… and won’t shut up about it! When his world is endangered, it’s up to him to save it!

Story: Zeb Wells
Art: Will Robson
Color: Erick Arciniega
Letterer: Joe Caramagna

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Preview: Peter Porker: The Spectacular Spider-Ham #1 (of 5)

Peter Porker: The Spectacular Spider-Ham #1 (of 5)

(W) Zeb Wells (A) Will Robson (CA) Wendell Dalit
Rated T
In Shops: Dec 25, 2019
SRP: $3.99


Not a dream! Not a hoax! Not an imaginary tail! Spider-Ham finally has his own series! (Again!)

Peter Porker, the Spectacular Spider-Ham finds himself jumping through time, side-by-side with Peter PARKER, the Spectacular Spider-MAN!

ZEB WELLS and WILL ROBSON bring you the Ham and Man story you’ve been waiting for!

Peter Porker: The Spectacular Spider-Ham #1 (of 5)

Preview: Future Foundation #3

Future Foundation #3

(W) Jeremy Whitley (A) Will Robson, Paco Diaz (CA) Carlos Pacheco
Rated T
In Shops: Oct 02, 2019
SRP: $3.99


Owen Reece – a.k.a. Molecule Man – once helped reshape the entire multiverse. Now his body is scattered across the cosmos – and the Future Foundation is out to put him back together. But they’re not the only ones. It’s a race across space as the Maker sets his sights on pieces of Reece! And with a prison security system out to murder them all, the Future Foundation is already behind the mark. But the Foundation has a secret weapon. Find out at last who Julie Power set out to rescue from that intergalactic prison – and why the Maker should be very, very afraid.

Future Foundation #3
Almost American
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