Reviews (Marvel)

G.I. Joe A Real American Hero #21

G.I. Joe A Real American Hero #21

When Storm Shadow kidnaps Scarlett, Snake Eye’s mounts a daring – and silent – solo rescue mission. A surprising, silent gem from the team of Larry Hama, Steve Leialoha and colorist George Roussos. [More]

Reviews (Other Publishers)

Review: Quack! #1                                 

A comic-book-drawing duck is pulled into the pirate world of the Duckaneer, and high-sea hijinks ensue. Frank Brunner’s lead feature leads off a talent-infused lineup — including work by Howard Chaykin, Dave Stevens and others — but the stories just aren’t on par with the art. [More]

Reviews (Marvel)

Review: Marvel Team-Up #85                

Can Spider-Man, Nick Fury, Black Widow and Shang-Chi keep Viper from crashing the S.H.I.E.L.D. Heli-carrier into the Capitol Building? Chris Claremont, Sal Buscema and Steve Leialoha wrap up their four-part Marvel Team-Up with great skill. [More]

Reviews (Marvel)

Review: Marvel Team-Up #84                

Shang-Chi joins the fray as Nick Fury, Spider-Man and Black Widow lead an assault against the compromised S.H.I.E.L.D. Heli-carrier. The Marvel Team-Up super spy saga reaches its penultimate chapter — and it’s another fine issue from the creative team of Chris Claremont, Sal Buscema and Steve Leialoha. [More]

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Review: Marvel Team-Up #83                

Spider-Man rescues an amnesiac Black Widow from S.H.I.E.L.D., running afoul of Nick Fury — and Boomerang and the Silver Samurai, too! Though not quite as good as the previous issue, this second chapter of the Marvel Team-Up super spy saga by Chris Claremont, Sal Buscema and Steve Leialoha is still a good deal of fun. [More]

Reviews (Marvel)

Review: Marvel Team-Up #82                

Spider-Man saves an amnesiac Black Widow from a mugging, only to find S.H.I.E.L.D. gunning for her, too. The first issue of a four-part story, this one is an unexpected gem from Chris Claremont, Sal Buscema and Steve Leialoha. [More]

Talking Points

What Bronze Age creators and comics deserve a bit more love?

The spotlight often falls on the era’s top sellers and critical classics. But what of the underrated gems and under-appreciated creators of the Bronze Age? This month, we focus on less-well-known favorites. [More]

Reviews (Marvel)

Review: Howard the Duck #4                   

A frustrated, narcoleptic artist finds release in becoming Winky-Man, a night-gowned avenger who smashes “symbols of rigidity and conformity.” Steve Gerber’s Howard the Duck can be an acquired taste, but the art by Gene Colan and Steve Leialoha is superb, [More]

Convention Reports

Comic-Con 2009: Convention Report: Day 2

Legends of the Bronze Age gathered for a panel at Comic-Con International Friday. Comic Bronze Age covered the story for Comic Book Resources, but shares some additional tidbits in this Day 2 Convention Report. [More]

Reviews (Marvel)

Review: Ghost Rider #35                               

On a suddenly stormy night, Ghost Rider finds himself in a series of motorcycle races against Death himself. A slight, done-in-one tale executed with artistic verve by Jim Starlin, with a little help from Steve Leialoha and friends. [More]

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