Cape Watch: The Fantastic Four and Flash Try to Recover, Superman’s Origins are Revealed, and Daredevil is Homesick

Cape Watch: The Fantastic Four and Flash Try to Recover, Superman’s Origins are Revealed, and Daredevil is Homesick

Welcome to Cape Watch, where we explore the most interesting and/or biggest releases of the week from the Big Two publishers. Without further ado, here’s what to look forward to from DC and Marvel for he week of April 23, 2014.   DC Comics ________________________________________ “Aquaman #30” Written by Jeff Parker with art by by Paul Pelletier, “Aquaman #30” features the return of a once-ally of Atlantis, who, after suffering a betrayal, is back for…

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NOOB REVIEW: Teen Titans Volume 1—Teen being the key word

NOOB REVIEW: Teen Titans Volume 1—Teen being the key word

I will preface this with: I read a lot of teen books. If you’ve checked out my normal blog Tattoogirl Reads then you already know that. Teen books almost always have some degree of love or a crush or something. It also has angst and moodiness. Teen Titans: check, check, AND check. Not necessarily a bad thing but I just wanted you to be aware. I actually thought it was pretty cool seeing the younger…

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NOOB REVIEW: Superboy Volume 1: Incubation

NOOB REVIEW: Superboy Volume 1: Incubation

Check out that cover. Looks amazing, right? Well, I was let down for several reasons. Let me bullet point: While there are a lot of experiments that happen on Superboy during the comic, the cover image isn’t in there at all. The cover image is freaking sweet and looks like it’s from Ghost in the Shell or something as equally sweet. But alas, I was wracked with disappointment by it’s absence. Superboy isn’t a likable…

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“Superman #13”

“Superman #13”

News recently broke out that Clark Kent was going to quit the Daily Planet. I’m fairly certain that will draw some attention to a comic book. It also happens to be the debut for the writer and artist on the book. Between these two details, I would think that it is safe to assume that we are going to get a general introduction to all things Superman in this book and how the creators are…

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“Teen Titans #0”

“Teen Titans #0” (w) Scott Lobdell, (a) Tyler Kirkham DC Comics $2.99, 32 pages REVIEWED BY DAVID JETTER SEPTEMBER 26, 2012 Certain team books have a problem when it comes to having a Zero issue, especially when issue #1 dealt with the team getting together. So “Red Hood and the Outlaws” and “Teen Titans” have changed gears and instead focused on telling the origin story for the character who brought the team together. In Red…

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