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mondogecko · 4 years ago
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TMNT Universe #16 (2017)
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comicsqualityreviews · a year ago
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TMNT UNIVERSE #16-17 NOVEMBER 2017 BY CHRIS MOWRY, ERIKA ANDERSON, GIANNIS MILONOGIANNIS, LOVERN KINDZIERSKI, MICHAEL DIALYNAS AND FREDDIE E WILLIAMS II
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In this flashback story, we fin out the origins of Zom and how the Triceratons left the Utroms. There is a back-up story, but I am not sure what it was supposed to be.
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SCORE: 7
This was an interesting origin, I know some people complained about inconsistencies with “Utrom empire” but I honestly don’t mind.
It’s not a GREAT story either, but since Zom is a new character and a very prominent one in the main series, I think it was the right choice. It also gives us some ideas of how Zog ended up the way he did. But not much else.
The art is good enough. My only problem is that we rely too much on the coloring to figure out who is who sometimes. (Zom doesn’t get her signature look until the end).
There is a back-up story about triceratots, I cannot say I understood it.
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eddycurrents · 4 years ago
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For the week of 20 November 2017
Quick Bits:
Angelic #3 continues Qora and the Complainer’s quest to find the Eye of Ay. Just take a moment and look at how beautiful Caspar Wijngaard’s art is.
| Published by Image
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Animosity: Evolution #2 introduces a family of rodents to the community, who learn quickly that not everything may be as it seems and not everyone is looking out for their best interests. It’s a nice...ground-level way to introduce some of the inner workings of the refuge.
| Published by AfterShock
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Betty & Veronica: Vixens #1 is a fun start to this new series where Betty and Veronica start a women’s biker gang. The art from Kim & Kim’s Eva Cabrera gives it that nice edge while still maintaining a style not too far removed from the old Dan Parent house style.
| Published by Archie Comics
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DuckTales #3 gives us two more adventures of Scrooge McDuck, Della, and Donald penned by Joey Cavalieri. I can’t stress how much fun these stories have been so far, perfectly capturing the humour and adventure of the new television series. Great for both kids and adults.
| Published by IDW
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Giant Days 2017 Holiday Special #1 sees the girls take a trip to London over Christmas break, staying with one of Esther’s high school friends who has a “real adult life”. It’s fun as they try to meddle with her love life, setting her up with whom they deem socially responsible among her three suitors. The artwork from Jenn St-Onge is very nice.
| Published by BOOM! Entertainment / Boom! Box
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God Complex: Dogma #2 sets Seneca into looking directly for the One God at the behest of Apollo and the Rulers. How religion is being presented here as a mix of faith, knowledge, and science is interesting, I don’t know how much of this is inherent in the toys, but Paul Jenkins is weaving the story very well here. And again, the artwork from Hendry Prasetya and Jessica Kholinne is wonderful.
| Published by Image / Top Cow - Glitch
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Made Men #3 continues Jutte’s tale of getting revenge for the assassination of herself and her squad, focusing this time on the police chief. I love the set up on keeping the chief otherwise occupied while the rest of the team is dumping his home for information.
| Published by Oni Press
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Motor Girl #10 is about what you’d expect for a conclusion to a series about a war vet who has an imaginary talking gorilla as a friend and is on the cusp of witnessing an alien invasion. Terry Moore has told an interesting and entertaining story here and I’m kind of sad to see it end.
| Published by Abstract Studio
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Optimus Prime #13 takes us back into the land of deeply interwoven Transformers continuity, pulling together threads from the Dinobots conflict with Bludgeon, Sixshot’s rampage across the galaxy, the ramifications of Jhiaxus’ experiments, and the recent First Strike events.
| Published by IDW
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Punisher: Platoon #3 gives Goran Parlov an opportunity to show you how powerful a stare can be.
| Published by Marvel / MAX
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Redneck #7 kicks off a new arc with the family laying low following the destruction at Sulphur Springs. As they hide out, Landry gets an education on the “vampire rules” from Bartlett. It’s again interesting how seemingly effortlessly Donny Cates can weave together down home Texan family life and vampire mythos. It makes being a vampire seem almost quaint.
| Published by Image / Skybound
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The Shadow #4 reveals what Luisa has been up to, as the Shadow himself comes to grips with his actions having become the inspiration for others. It’s an interesting way to deal with legacy and the impact that his vigilantism has had on society.
| Published by Dynamite
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Sherlock Frankenstein and the Legion of Evil #2 again spotlights why David Rubín should be a household name. His designs and art are just incredible. This issue focuses on Cthu-Lou, a small time crook with an octopus head that just wanted to be an ordinary plumber.
| Published by Dark Horse
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Star Wars #39 continues to fold Rogue One into the broader Rebellion-era, while also showing to Luke the coal face of war and its cost in a way that a scruffy moisture farmer from Tatooine wouldn’t have understood before.
| Published by Marvel
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Universe #16 begins a new Ticeraton story as the main feature, giving readers a bit of backstory on their history in Dimension X under the heel of the Utroms. There’s also a cute back up of the “Triceratots” training from Erika Anderson and Michael Dialynas. It’s really nice to see Dialynas back doing some Turtles work.
| Published by IDW
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Underwinter: A Field of Feathers #2 is a little more straightforward than the first issue, giving a more concrete explanation as to what’s going on, even as we’re still treated to impressionist art and somewhat abstract poetry. This is some really great stuff.
| Published by Image
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Void Trip #1 is basically the Zaks and Edsel bits from Heavy Metal’s “So Beautiful and So Dangerous” mixed with Cheech & Chong. It’s rather humorous as Ana attempts to justify her hippie lifestyle as she and Gabe search for Euphoria. The artwork from Plaid Klaus is amazing.
| Published by Image
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X-O Manowar #9 shows Aric that liberating a planet and achieving victory isn’t as easy as just one battle and the death of an emperor. Clayton Crain’s art again is more than worth the price of admission alone.
| Published by Valiant
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Other Highlights: All New Wolverine #27, Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows #13, Bankshot #4, Big Trouble in Little China: Old Man Jack #4, Black Panther #167, Cable #151, Captain Marvel #126, Clue #6, Dept. H #20, Doomsters Monolithic Pocket Alphabet, Eleanor & The Egret #5, Elephantmen #79, Forlorn Funnies #1, Gasolina #3, Genius: Cartel #4, Ghost Station Zero #4, Glitterbomb: The Fame Game #3, The Hard Place #4, Invader Zim #25, Invincible Iron Man #594, James Bond: Solstice, Luke Cage #167, Jimmy’s Bastards #5, Lumberjanes #44, Maxwell’s Demons #1, Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers #21, Monsters Unleashed #8, Moon Girl & Devil Dinosaur #26, Riverdale #8, Royals #11, Saucer State #5, Silver Sable & The Wild Pack #36, Spider-Man vs. Deadpool #24, Thanos #13, TMNT/Ghostbusters 2 #4, Tomb Raider: Survivor’s Crusade #1, Turok #4, The Unsound #6, Warframe #2, Wayward #25, Wormwood: Gentleman Corpse - Mr. Wormwood Goes to Washington #3
Recommended Collections: All-New Guardians of the Galaxy - Volume 1: Communication Breakdown, Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe Again, Doctor Strange & The Sorcerers Supreme - Volume 2: Time After Time, Eternal Empire - Volume 1, I Am Groot, Nick Fury: Deep Cover Capers, Star Wars: Darth Vader - Volume 1: Imperial March, Ultimates 2 - Volume 2: Eternity War, Winnebago Graveyard, X-Men Blue - Volume 2
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joshdangit · 4 years ago
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I did a goofy little story about dinosaurs during last year’s 24-Hour Comic Day. Now I’ve finally got it all cleaned up and ready for sale at Lilac City Comic Con in Spokane. This is the first third of the story, and I will have the whole thing available on Gumroad after the convention.
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