Supreme Returns All Over Again

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You may have heard of Alan Moore, but there is a good chance you haven’t heard about his work on Supreme. After Mr. Moore had his falling out with DC Comics, he was never going to write Superman again. However, Alan was working for Image in the mid-nineties, and they owned a Rob Liefeld character … Continue reading

Louis Santiago and Gentleman Monster on the First Two Issues of ‘Mud Man’

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Gentleman Monster (GM): I like how this one series where we both have no prior knowledge to fall back on. Louis Santiago (LS): Really? I was right about to ask if your Jack Staff experience gave you any insight on Mud Man because I was going in completely blind. GM: I’ve read a Captain America … Continue reading

Louis Santiago and the Gentleman Monster on the First Three Issues of ‘Winter Soldier’

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Louis Santiago (LS): Confession: I’ve never been into Captain America. I enjoy the character, but I’ve read next to none of his comic, despite the great talent behind it; the book just wasn’t my thing. So when you introduced the idea of doing a post on Winter Soldier, I was kind of on the fence … Continue reading

Buy It, Browse It, Burn It – Louis Santiago and the Gentleman Monster on the new “Scarlet Spider”

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Louis Santiago (LS): I remember hearing about this comic during the ASM panel at NYCC last year. To a degree, I was excited–at the very least to have a new addition to the Spider family. But I then proceeded to forget about the title in lieu of other comics (and tons of games) I was interested in–probably made … Continue reading

@ the Round Table: DC’s New 52: Did the Reboot Work?

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From Crisis on Infinite Earths to Zero Hour: Crisis in Time!; from Infinite Crisis to Final Crisis: DC Comics has constantly tweaked their continuity for over two decades. For the entire month of September, DC Comics went through yet another company-wide continuity reboot after the Flashpoint event ended, relaunching it’s franchise with 52 all new … Continue reading

Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man #2 Review

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Coming off the heels of the lackluster introductory issue, Brian Michael Bendis’ second outing in Ultimate Spider-Man outclasses his first in more ways than one. This issue gives attention to Miles Morales’ powers and focuses on the ideology that will likely shape him into the man and spider he is destined to be. The issue … Continue reading

Buy It, Browse It, Burn It! DC Comics Relaunch Week Five! The Last Week of DC’s New 52 #1’s!!

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Last month started DC’s rebirth into a fresh, new continuity. This is the fifth and final week of that rebirth, and the last bout of DC’s new #1’s! To help you decide what’s worth a buy, and what’s worth a one way ticket to the trashcan, Infinite Ammo is doing a one month review of … Continue reading

Buy It, Browse It, Burn It! DC Comics Relaunch Week Four!

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Last month started DC’s rebirth into a fresh, new continuity. This is the fourth week of DC’s 52 new #1’s! To help you decide what’s worth a buy, and what’s worth a one way ticket to the trashcan, Infinite Ammo is doing a one month review of the new #1 issues each week. Here’s our … Continue reading

Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man #1 – A Second Opinion

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It has become a paradigm of comic books for the writers to introduce big changes in characters and continuity through massive events. Their scope can encompass a single character’s arc or the entire universe they inhabit. In the most memorable of events, these characters were beaten, broken, put to rest, and subsequently reborn; or replaced … Continue reading

Buy It, Browse It, Burn It – Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #1

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With 52 re-imaginings of DC’s properties happening this month, it’s easy to forget what’s happening on the other side of the comics business battlefield. That’s particularly true because there’s only one big thing happening on the Marvel front. But, really, that one event is a big one, and we’d be kicking ourselves if we missed the chance … Continue reading

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