Hey you. Yes, you! Why aren’t you reading The Superior Foes of Spider-Man? It’s one of the best titles Marvel is producing right now, and easily deserves your $3 every month. Issue six of Nick Spencer and Steve Leiber’s book chronicling the misadventures of Boomerang, Speed Demon, The Beetle, Shocker, and Overdrive isn’t quite as laugh out loud funny as the previous one, but it’s still full of incredibly fun moments that will leave you absolutely floored. Read the rest of this entry
Harley Quinn gets a brand new series, but instead of a standard #1, she’s starting with a #0.Harley Quinn #0, by writers Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Connor, features a rotating cast of artists in a tale that finds Harley breaking the fourth wall all over the place. It’s a crazy book, but thankfully, that’s what makes the book so entertaining.
I’ll start with this: Harley Quinn #0 is a weird book. Like a female Deadpool, Harley breaks the fourth wall constantly, conversing with Palmiotti and Connor in a search to find a suitable artist for her upcoming series. That’s essentially the entire plot of this issue in a nutshell. However, this opens up the book to be as out there and hilarious as possible. With a new artist each page, you get a lot of bang for your buck, and the in jokes about books like All-Star Western and the Before Watchmen series are hilarious. Read the rest of this entry