REVIEW: Curse Words #4 – False Beards and French Cops

REVIEW: Curse Words #4 – False Beards and French Cops

Curse Words #4 continues to prove that writer Charles Soule and artist Ryan Browne have one of the most consistently funny and irreverent titles on the stands right now, but this latest issue doesn’t just rest on its laurels. Soule and Browne use the issue to offer up some pretty fascinating developments in both plot and character, making this one of the most enjoyable and well-constructed issues since the stellar debut. As Wizord finds himself…

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Image Reveals Young’s CURSE WORDS Variant

Image Reveals Young’s CURSE WORDS Variant

Skottie Young has one of the most recognizable and in-demand art styles in comics. His cartoony, impish style has graced hundreds of main and variant covers over his career, and now he’s lending his considerable talents to the first issue of Charles Soule and Ryan Browne‘s Curse Words. The series, billed as an evil wizard’s arrival in New York and subsequent hi-jinx, arrives in stores next month. With a Young variant attached the launch, sales…

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ADVANCE REVIEW: Curse Words #1 – Black Magic Comedy

ADVANCE REVIEW: Curse Words #1 – Black Magic Comedy

Charles Soule is a machine. Not figuratively.  I mean I think he is a literal machine. The guy is constantly writing comics, such as this one; Curse Words #1. Meanwhile, he is still, I believe, working as an attorney. I’m reasonably certain he has found some way to give up sleeping entirely, which leads me to suspect he might have entered into some kind of bargain with the wizardly protagonist at the center of this brilliant…

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IDW Announces Bebop And Rocksteady Destroy Everything Miniseries

IDW Announces Bebop And Rocksteady Destroy Everything Miniseries

IDW Publishing has announced via AV Club, that the Shredder’s mutant henchmen Bebop and Rocksteady will be headlining their very own five-part weekly miniseries. The miniseries titled Bebop & Rocksteady Destroy Everything will be written by Dustin Weaver and Ben Bates. Bates will do the art for the first issue while each subsequent issue will have a different artist attached to it. Issue #2 will be drawn by Sophie Campbell and Giannis Milonogiannis, #3 by Damian Couceiro,…

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REVIEW: “The Manhattan Projects #21” Space Dog Lives!

REVIEW: “The Manhattan Projects #21” Space Dog Lives!

Writer: Jonathan Hickman Artist: Ryan Browne Publisher: Image Comics $3.50 Over its now 21 issues, Manhattan Projects has progressed from an intriguing concept (what if the Manhattan Project was only the beginning of covert scientific exploration?) to an increasingly absurdist alternate reality (what if Oppenheimer ATE HIS OWN TWIN BROTHER!). Jonathan Hickman and Nick Pitarra have created an absolutely bonkers comic book, where Albert Einstein is a vodka-pounding maniac, FDR is a rogue artificial intelligence,…

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The Manhattan Projects Volume 2

“Are you really foolish enough to think that Richard? That we have won? Because we have not. Not yet. This is just ze beginning of the oldest story in ze world”- Albert Einstein (MP V2 55-56).   So what is the oldest story in the world? For Jonathan Hickman’s The Manhattan Projects Volume 2 thus far, it appears the oldest story in the world is that when challenged a social structure or society will be inclined to…

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