One-Punch Man Volume 8 contains the most experimental chapters so far, as the serial superhero format is exchanged with a variety show stuffed with vignettes, kind of like DeMatteis, Giffen and …
A Mark Millar story is almost always going to have minor gripes. Speedbumps aside, Huck has everything going for it, for the most part: incredible art by Rafael Albuquerque, Millar at his most open and optimistic, and a lead character and supporting cast that you want to see more of. This is a great debut. As for the rest? Time will tell.
“We’re just a couple of girls in Spandex…” Is that all they are? Kit Quinn and Tallest Silver make their own costumes and wear them at comic book conventions to show their love for their favorite characters. The fans love to see these characters come to life, but it’s also amazing to see little [,,,]
For Batman, Superman, and Spider-Man, their parents’ and surrogate parents’ deaths are integral to their origins. Daredevil too. Robin’s origin was a deliberate reflection of Batman’s own. For most others, their parents simply remained absent, as unexplained as the heroes’ shoe sizes, until later writers explained those absences away. At Dallas Comic-Con, Stan Lee and John Romita, Jr. shared their thoughts on the super orphans.