Comics

January 8th, 2015

New This Week In Comics

It’s a new year so that means time for new things here at RSRG Entertainment! We will be breaking down the comics that we read each week. Now this will not be a huge review type thing but we will give our thoughts on the titles read and why you should pick them up.

This week’s books include six titles from Marvel including several number 1’s. So lets get started!

Ant-Man #1 
Written by Nick Spencer Art by Roman Rosanas

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To start off the year Marvel has put out several new titles including Nick Spencer’s Ant-Man. It also falls day’s after the teaser trailer for the new Ant-Man movie coming this summer. This book follows Scott Lang a former criminal turned good guy who just wants to do the right thing for his family. Lang uses his Ant-Man suit to score a job with Stark Industries all while dealing with an ex-wife who doesn’t want him to see his child. This book shows off Spencer’s awesome writing style which includes humor and heart. It’s a great read pick it up!

Amazing Spider-Man #12
Written by Dan Slott Art by Giuseppe Camuncoli

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We are deep into Spider-Verse a story that brings every Spider-Man ever out to defeat the Inheritors, who are out devour all of the Spider Totems. In this issue the group is trying to find a new safe zone all while joining up with some lovable Spiders from Japan. There are several heart breaking moments as well as glimmers of hope for our spider army in this issue. This has been an amazing read (no pun intended) that has given us every thing from the electric company Spider-Man to Spider-Ham. This issue also includes a cliff hanger that no one saw coming! If you are a fan of Spider-Man you better be reading Spider-Verse.

Spider-2099 #7
Written by Peter David Art by William Sliney

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Continuing the Spider-Verse theme Spider-Man 2099 ties into this great story. Miguel O’Hara and Lady-Spider try to learn more about Daemos as they try to dissect one of his clone bodies. Lady-Spider shows off her skills with technology to repair and improve some of the Superior Spider-Man’s tech. This issue has some throw backs to other 2099 books of the 90’s including a special guest! David has done a fantastic job bringing his version of Spider-Man back to life in this new series. If your not reading this book you are missing out on some great writing and amazing art work.

Operation S.I.N. #1
Written by Kathryn Immonen Art by Rich Ellis

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Operation S.I.N. serves as prequel to last summer’s block buster Original Sin. This book follows Agent Peggy Carter and Howard Stark in the 1950’s. Agent Carter is called upon by Howard Stark in a way on a Stark could to ask for help. The book takes us to communist filled Russia where we meet a mysterious character Woodrow Wilson! The art on this book is done by new fan favorite Ellis who has just came off a successful run on Superior Foes of Spider-Man. If you are a fan of the Agent Carter character on small screen you will enjoy this book.

The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #1
Written by Ryan North Art by Erica Hendeson

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Who would of thought a comic about Squirrel Girl would catch our attention? Well it did Unbeatable Squirrel Girl was an extremely fun all ages comics. In this first issue Doreen Green AKA Squirrel Girl and her friend Tippy-Toe are off to college. For those of you who don’t know Squirrel Girl she first showed up in 1992 and is a mutant. It is fun to see her learning how to juggle getting ready for college and fighting crime at once. The first issue she faces off against a very familiar villain to the Spider-Man universe that you don’t want to miss. There is tons packed into this comic so make sure you read the small print to get all the fun from this book. This comic will not be for everyone but if you enjoy a cute story that will give you some laughs then check it out.

Avengers: No More Bullying #1
Written by Sean Ryan, Jody Houser & Gerry Duggan Art by Carlo Barberi, Tana Ford & Marcio Takara

no more bully

Are looking for a new way to teach kids that bullying isn’t the answer? Then this comic is for you! This book is broken down into three stores: Avengers- Straight Shooter that teaches kids to look for value in everyone. Guardians of the Galaxy-Quotient which teaches kids to be themselves and be friends with who they like no matter what others think. Then the final story is Amazing Spider-Man-Friends on the Web which teaches children not to bully the bully. This book is a very professional looking education book for all ages. If you have a kid in your life pick this up!


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Phillip
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