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One Word or Less Comic Reviews for June 20th


Reviewed this week, in ascending order of awesome:

Nightwing #10

Green Lantern Corps #10

Unwritten #38

Avengers Academy #32

Batwoman #10

X-Factor #238

Punisher #12

Fables #118

Walking Dead #99

Avengers vs. X-Men #6

Daredevil #14

Saga #4

Invincible Iron Man #519

Wonder Woman #10

Before Watchmen:  Comedian #1

Casanova:  Avarita #4


The third act of this issue of Casanova is among the most amazing things I’ve ever ingested in the world of comics.  Spending minutes to read seconds is akin to making time stop, and then stop mattering.  Liquid time.  I have probably said this every time a new issue of Casanova has come out, and will probably continue to do it in the future:  READ CASANOVA.  If there is any part of your brain that likes to get lost in the page and go on a crazy drug trip through space-time, then this is the title for you.  There are many comics that I love, and quantifying this love through lists and ranking is always difficult, but there is only one Casanova.  I don’t know that I’d say it’s my favorite book, but it may very well be the book that FEELS the best to read, and the one that makes me feel the best. It’s nutsballs and I love it.

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  1. Listen to yourself when it comes to what you like and don’t like. I have tried multiple times to get into Bendis’ Avengers books. It never, ever works. After two issues I jump out. Keep in mind that I love Powers, I dug his indie crime books, and I like portions of his Daredevil run. His Avengers doesn’t do anything for me. Finally, I listened to myself and stopped trying and stopped worrying about it. His style on that book wasn’t for me, and that is ok.

  2. This current mini-series is being used to wrap up the adventures of Casanova Quinn, and those of the many people around him. In order to stop the world (or maybe the space-time continuum) from being destroyed, Casanova, an agent of EMPIRE, has been jumping into every parallel reality to kill Luther Desmond Diamond, the man destined to become the evil Newman Xeno, leader of WASTE. Somewhere along the way, Cass has fallen in love with Luther, so now he and his girlfriend, the time traveler Sasa Lisi are trying to save him, and still save all of space and time.

  3. Posted on I agree I haven’t read too many of these but the ones I have are really solid. My throey about why they haven’t gotten much buzz is that (aside from Daredevil, which went straight into Diggle’s DD run) they seem to be moving the story along, then waiting for the rest of the story to catch up. The Avengers’ issue seems to have been way ahead of what’s happening in New Avengers,’ and the X-Men story with Namor hasn’t been followed up yet either.

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