No theme to this edition, just trying to catch up. After the break I’ll look at Captain Marvel and the Carol Corps #1, Captain Marvel and the Carol Corps #2, 1602: Witch Hunter Angela #1, 1602: Witch Hunter Angela #2,Inferno #2 and Inferno #3
Also, if you are like me and haven’t read all of Johnathon Hickman’s Avengers run leading up to Secret Wars, be sure to take Tom’s Road To Secret Wars course at gabbinggeekuniversity.com. The reading materials are online here: Parts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,7.
It’s not “In case you missed it day” again here at Gabbing Geek, but I stumbled upon this Spawn fan film that I thought I would share. It was posted just over a year ago. It is creepy and dark and everything that the 1997 official Spawn movie is not.
90s era Marvel comics have a reputation. The guys who founded Image Comics were cutting their teeth there, and the characters they worked on seemed to take on many of the sorts of things fans today bemoan but which must have been selling back then, hence the reason for so many of them. They were massive guys with guns, pouches, and bad-ass names and powers. Bishop. Cable. Ghost Rider. X-Force. Venom. I think the Punisher had three separate titles going at one point. Todd McFarlane’s Spider-Man series showed the Hobgoblin going nuts, thinking he was a real goblin, finding religion, and ripping his own face off.
Hot damn! And I mean that. This is coming from a woman that appreciates femininity in comics, yet wants artists to be careful not to over sexualize their characters. And ANGELA, for the longest time, teetered toward the later….until now. Marvel’s Angela will be debuting a new costume designed by series co-artist Phil Jimenez, and I’m really stoked to show you the before and after images!