Thursday, July 23, 2015

Comics this week

Birthright #9- Like I said before, I’m not quite sure about the plot going into separate directions. I can see what writer what Joshua Williamson is trying to do, but there's just not enough room in the issue for 3 separate threads all going on at once. The flashback of young Mikey, adult Mikey and his younger brother’s road trip, and the search for the 2 brothers. Thanks to artist Andrei Bressan's good work, the series is still threading water but Williamson need to condense the story quickly.

Magneto #20- This series has been a slow burn but here at the finish, it has been nothingg short of being wonderful. Writer Cullen Bunn's Magneto will set the standard for other writers for years to come and that's well deserved. This Magneto series show who Magneto is, why he's doing what he’s doing, and why he can never stop. Under Bunn's deft hand, Magneto has become more complicated than ever and it is a travesty that this series is going to end. Catch it while you can!

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