DrunkWooky Comic Review: All-America Comix #1 (2020, Casey, Nguyen)

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All-America Comix #1 is a frustrating book. It’s enjoyable in its own right, but frustrating. At first glance, you think this book is a standalone America Chavez book from Marvel. And you’d be half –er 33%– right. Upon closer inspection, the book is of course an Image comics release, but written by Joe Casey, America’s original creator from Marvel’s 2011 Vengeance.

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DrunkWooky Comic Review: Empyre #0: Avengers (2020, Ewing, Larraz)

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To anybody paying attention to comics right now, it’s no secret that Al Ewing is having banner year, maybe year and a half to two years! His Immortal Hulk is one of the most well-received and acclaimed takes on the Big Green Meanie in recent memory and hot on the heels of that success, Marvel has handed him the reigns to this year’s event, Empyre! Continue reading “DrunkWooky Comic Review: Empyre #0: Avengers (2020, Ewing, Larraz)”

DrunkWooky Comic Review: Dark Nights Death Metal #1 (2020, Snyder, Capullo)

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Snyder and Capullo’s Dark Nights Metal was a non-stop warpath through the DC Universe and it’s multiple parallel universes. It required a masters degree in DC literature, and even then you felt a little left out if you couldn’t quite remember every story beat from the past twenty years. The whole thing felt like it required an annotated edition complete with footnotes.

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