Covers for Amazing Fantasy #15 and The Amazing Spider-Man #1-9:
#1a: "Spider-Man: Freak! Public Menace!"
#1b: "The Chameleon!"
#2a: "Duel to the Death with the Vulture!"
#2b: "The Uncanny Threat of the Terrible Tinkerer!"
#3: "The Strangest Foe of All Time… Doctor Octopus!"
#4: "Nothing Can Stop… the Sandman!"
#5: "Marked for Destruction by Dr. Doom!"
#6: "Face-to-Face with… the Lizard!"
#7: "The Return of the Vulture"
#8a: "The Terrible Threat of the Living Brain!"
#8b: "Spider-Man Tackles the Torch!"
#9: "The Man Called Electro!"
Here you can find my monumental review of the first half of Steve Ditko's run on The Amazing Spider-Man.
ismoista preguntó: Hey, listen, ok, Simon, hear me out, I have a very important question for you, ok: Did you know you are the best?
a) Plz stop sending me abusive messages pertaining to the biblical apocalypse and my alleged role therein.
b) Your “a” key seems sticky.
Have I ever mentioned my utterly unavoidable (yet heterosexual) love for Simon Spurrier? #666TheNumberOfTheBest
My 10 favourite covers from Image Comics’ July solicitations:
Low #1, by Greg Tocchini.
Chew: Warrior Chicken Poyo #1, by Rob Guillory.
Mice Templar IV: Legend #12, by Michael Avon Oeming.
Revival #22, by Jenny Frison.
Dream Police #4, by Sid Kotian & Bill Farmer.
Hack/Slash: Son of Samhain #1, by Stefano Caselli.
Saga #21, by Fiona Staples.
Trees #3, by Jason Howard.
The Field #4, by Simon Roy.
Sex Criminals #7, by Chip Zdarsky.
My 10 favourite covers from DC Comics’ July solicitations:
Robin Rises: Omega #1, by Andy Kubert.
Batwoman #33, by Rafael Albuquerque.
Grayson #1, by Mikel Janín.
Wonder Woman #33, by Cliff Chiang.
Green Arrow #33, by Andrea Sorrentino.
Detective Comics #33, by Francis Manapul.
Batman ‘66 meets The Green Hornet #2, by Alex Ross.
Aquaman Annual #2, by Yvel Guichet & Jason Gorder.
Justice League Dark #33, by Mikel Janín.
Constantine #16, by Juan Ferreyra.
As I told you a few days ago, I was being late with the reviews because I was involved in something big. Well… Tomorrow marks the day of that “something” and I hope you’ll enjoy it half as much as it has taken me to bring it to you.
Until then, cheers!
Hey, you might wanna follow my comic reviews Tumblr, Revering Comic Books. Some big developments are going to… err, develop… tomorrow. Something spideyphile-related!
(mental note: think of a better adjetive than “spideyphile”; or at least one that doesn’t sound “criminal-ish”)