Success continues. And with style.
Reborn is an interesting continuation of Mark Millar’s recent foray into bigger more challenging ideas, anchored by Capullo’s art.
Cage! #1 sets up this four-part mini to be to Luke Cage what Batman ’66 was to Batman
It’s best not to treat this issue as an issue, but instead as a series of wonderful images used to bring life to a dreary & misguided tale.
For the many Harley Quinn obsessives in the world, this is exactly what they want and more: a checklist of everything you need to make a great comic about Mister J’s favourite squeeze.
Mignola and his gothic squad are bridging their titles together in a subtler, more adult way: Through tone, imagery and atmosphere.
Ultimately, this is a comic trying to be too many things all at once, causing it to collapse and become nothing.
After six issues of only being really great, Paper Girls has finally inched its way toward Saga level greatness.
This is 110% a team effort. Every creator’s input is felt. They pass the baton between them and work together to elevate each other’s ideas.
It absolutely drips in potential for where this series is going