Saturday, January 20, 2018

I Reads You Juniors January 2018 - Update #53

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From ICv2:  DC Entertainment promotes its new comics line, "The New Age of DC Heroes" with television ads on cable networks.  There are also ads on certain websites and through The CW app.

From TCR:  GLAAD has named its 2018 Media Award nominees, and there is a comic book category.

From BleedingCool:  "Hunt for Wolverine" is a four-part series due in April, written by Charles Soule and artist David Marquez.

From LaughingPlace:  In April, Marvel is launching a new all-ages comic book, Marvel Super Hero Adventures.  The series will run for five issues and is will be written by Jim McCann and drawn by Dario Brizuela.

From BleedingCool:  Kwanza Osajyefo and Tim Smith 3, the creators of the hit miniseries, "BLACK" (Black Mask Studio), has announced two new titles, the graphic novel, "BLACK [AF]: America's Sweetheart," and the new miniseries, "BLACK [AF]: Widows and Orphans."

From Manga.Tokyo:  List of anime movies due to be released in 2018.

From BleedingCool:  French publisher Glenat to publish "Conan" graphic novels in Europe.  Robert E. Howard's Conan the Cimmerian/Barbarian is in the public domain in Europe.

From BleedingCool:  The "companion" comic book to Frank Miller's "300" will finally appear in April 2018.  It is entitled "Xerxes: The Fall of the House of Darius and the Rise of Alexander."

From BleedingCool:  David Baldeon will be the artist on the "Domino" comic book written by Gail Simone.

From BleedingCool:  Jackie Ormes and Carol Kalish have been automatically inducted into the Will Eisner Comic Awards Hall of Fame for 2018.  Kalish was a pioneer in the development of the Direct Market and moved Marvel into new distribution outlets.  Ormes was the first black women newspaper cartoonist and, for a long time, the only one.

From ComicBook:  Former Wildstorm and Warner Bros. executive, John Nee, is the new publisher of Marvel Comics.  Current publisher, Dan Buckley, is now President of Marvel Entertainment.

From ComicBook:  It is the 50th anniversary of Go Nagai as a manga creator.  What better way to celebrate than with the release of a "Devilman" branded scotch?

From CBR:  What is the future of Miles Morales, the Ultimate Spider-Man, the Spider-Man of color.

From BleedingCool:  Marvel Comics trademarks the name "Multiple Man."

From ChristianPost:  "Shaman King" manga returns in this spring.

From Crunchyroll:  Masakuza Katsura, the original creator of the manga "Video Girl" has drawn a new one-shot "Video Girl" manga, the first since the series ended in 1992.

From Newsarama:  It's official:  2017 is a down year in Direct Market comic book sales.

From BleedingCool:  Tom King announces "Sanctuary," a DC Comics title about a place superheroes go to deal with the trauma from the violence they experience...

From ComicBook:  As of December, the "Attack on Titan" manga has sold 71 million volumes of its various tankobon (graphic novel) collections in Japan.

From BleedingCool:  See Ed Piskor's covers for the second printings of "X-Men: Grand Design #1-2."

From BleedingCool:  John Ridley ("12 Years a Slave") is rewriting (or adding to) DC Comics' history in "The Other History of the DC Universe."

From BleedingCool:  The "Conan the Barbarian" property is returning to Marvel Comics, where it was from 1970 to 2000.  Dark Horse published Conan comic books from 2003 to 2017.  The first new Marvel Conan comic book is apparently scheduled for a 2019 release.

From Syfy:  Brian Michael Bendis says that there will be new issues of his creator-owned series, "Scarlet," with Alex Maleev.  Apparently, there is also a TV series in development.

From BleedingCool:  The first Brian Michael Bendis Superman story will appear in Action Comics #1000 and it will be drawn by Jim Lee.

From TCJ:  An interview with Terry Nantier, the founder of NBM, and the company's four decades of publishing European and American graphic novels.

From BleedingCool:  Mat Johnson talks "Incognegro."

From BleedingCool:  A sort of Brian Michael Bendis DC Comics debut.

From CBR:   10 comics books unfinished and missing in action: Miracleman, SHIELD and More

From JapanTimes:  In the Japan's national legislature, the Diet, a bill has been proposed to build of a national media arts center to collect and store original editions of manga and anime cels to prevent them from being taken out of the country.

From TheBeat:  Bendis revealed that his last issue of Defenders will be #10, last issue of Spider-Man will be #240, last issue of Iron Man will be #600, and last issue of Jessica Jones is #18.

From BleedingCool:  Shannon Wheeler, author of the book of cartoons, "Sh*t My President Says: The Illustrated Tweets of Donald J. Trump," will exhibit his cartoons in an exhibition named after the book - in Palm Beach not far from Trump's resort, Mar-a-Lago.

From PGA:  "Wonder Woman" among the nominees in the "best theatrical production" category for the 2018 Producers Guild Awards.  "Deadpool" was among the nominees in the same category at the 2017 Producers Guild Awards.

From BleedingCool:  The version of Valkyrie that appeared in the recent hit film, "Thor: Ragnarok," as played by actress Tessa Thompson will appear in Marvel Comics, beginning with "Exiles #1."

From TheBrownsvilleHerald:  The California-based Latino Comics Expo will hold a sister event in Brownsville, Texas in early February 2018.

From ComicBook:  "One Piece" creator, Eiichiro Oda, pens coming-of-age message to adolescent fans.

OBIT: From BleedingCool:  American Cinamon Hadley inspired artist Mike Dringinberg when he designed the iconic Sandman character, "Death of the Endless," co-created by Neil Gaiman for "The Sandman."  Hadley died Saturday, January 6, 2018 after a battle with cancer.

From BleedingCool:  Marvel Comics is overseas looking for new talent.  [Hopefully, they will find new talent in marketing, as well.]

From TheGazette:  An article about two books:  “Slugfest: Inside the Epic 50-Year Battle Between Marvel and DC”  Reed Tucker (Da Capo Press) and “Stan Lee: The Man Behind Marvel” by Bob Batchelor (Rowman & Littlefield), that talk about the rise of Marvel and DC Comics and the clash between them.

From BleedingCool:  See the "pop-up" comic book shop that DC Comics will open in Washington D.C. for the "Martin Luther King Jr."

From BleedingCool:  Here is the Christmas card Alan Moore drew and sent to friends and family.

From BleedingCool:   Hot (and overrated) writer Donny Cates wants to write a "Deadpool" that Rob Liefeld, the creator of the character, would draw.

From BleedingCool:  Marvel is giving stores free bundles of "Black Panther Starts Here" to stores to help introduce new readers to the character.

From AVClub:  The site lists is "10 most anticipated comics of 2018."

From Tennessean:  Cartoonist Guy Gilchrist is darting the venerable comic strip, Nancy, after producing it for 23 years.  Here are "five, funny reflections" as he departs in February 2018.

From ComicBook:  Brian Michael Bendis officially started at DC Comics Jan. 2nd, 2018.

From TCR:  Tom Spurgeon re-posts a 2010 interview that he conducted with Jaime Hernandez, the co-creator of "Love & Rockets" and North America's best comic book artist.

From BleedingCool:  "The Top 5 Marvel Screw-Ups of 2017" by Jude Terror.

From BleedingCool:  "The Top 5 DC [Comics] Screw-Ups of 2017" by Rich Johnston.

From ComicBook:  Robert Venditti and Tony S. Daniel talks about "Damage," the new comic book that is part of DC Comics' "New Age of Heroes" banner.

From TheDailyDot:  10 fascinating facts about the manga/anime, "One-Punch Man."

From ComicBook:  Hiro Mashima is the creator of the recently ended manga, "Fairy Tail."  He posted a sketch of his upcoming, still-unnamed new manga.

From ComicBook:  Eiichiro Oda shows off a sketch of "One Piece" character, Nami.

From BleedingCool:  Apparently, Mile Morales will no longer be called "Spider-Man," but what the new name is...

From Previews:  Warren Pleece talks about the "Incognegro: Renaissance," the sequel to the graphic novel, "Incognegro."

From ComicBook:  Sana Amanat, the creator of Ms. Marvel/Kamala Khan, talks diversity in comics.

From VICE:  The site pissed off some comic book industry people with this not-quite Top 10 comics of 2017 list.


Friday, January 19, 2018

Review: HELENA CRASH: Fueled by Coffee

HELENA CRASH: FUELED BY COFFEE
IDW PUBLISHING – @IDWPublishing

[This review was originally posted on Patreon.]

STORY: Fabian Rangel, Jr.
ART: Warwick Johnson Cadwell
LETTERS: Ironbark
COVER: Warwick Johnson Cadwell
ISBN: 978-1-63140-726-0; paperback (November 2017)
112pp, Color, $15.99, $21.99 U.S. (December 19, 2017)
Diamond Distributors code: AUG170528

Helena Crash was a four-issue comic book miniseries published by IDW Publishing earlier this year.  The series was written by Fabian Rangel, Jr. and drawn by Warwick Johnson Cadwell.  The science fiction action series focused on a courier with an independent streak who must turn to her friends when she finds herself in the middle of a gang war.  IDW recently collected the Helena Crash miniseries in a full-color trade paperback collection entitled Helena Crash: Fueled by Coffee.

Helena Crash is set in a near-future scenario in which coffee is illegal.  Apparently, some kind of environmental crash made it exceedingly difficult to grow coffee beans, and obviously people went nuts when coffee became scarce.  In the world and time in which Helena Crash is set, coffee is a contraband item for which some are willing to spend large sums of money to obtain.  Even more surprising, in the world of Helena Crash, aliens from other planets live on Earth.

Helena was an orphan who did not know her parents, so she took the last name “Crash” to replace the surname that was lost to her.  A former race car driver, Helena is now a courier who tracks down and delivers hard-to-attain good, including coffee.  One of her customers, Rojo, the second most dangerous crime lord in the city, suddenly asks Helena to kill his rival, an alien crime lord called “The White Devil.”  Helena not only refuses Rojo's offer, but must also refuse a surprising counter offer.  Now, Helena is in the middle of a gang war and is also being hunted by an extremely dangerous street gang of roving scavengers.

I remember discovering the existence of Helena Crash while going over comic book shipping lists at the Diamond Distributors website.  I read a little about the first issue and promptly ignored it.  I could no longer ignore it when IDW Publishing sent me a review copy of the trade paperback, Helena Crash: Fueled by Coffee.

Helena Crash co-creator and writer, Fabian Rangel, Jr., has self-published his own comics (Extinct), and has had his work published by the small press (Engines of Doom from 215 Ink) and major publishers (Five Ghosts from Image Comics).  Artist and co-creator, Warwick Johnson Cadwell, has drawn many comic books, including Head Lopper, Tank Girl: Solid State Tank Girl, and Samurai Jack: Quantum Jack, to name a few.  Helena Crash reflects an indie comics, self-made aesthetic and is influenced by inventive offbeat science fiction like Samurai Jack, Tank Girl, and the Mad Max films, as well as by lucha libre and ronin pop culture.

And yes, my ignoring it was out of ignorance, because I love me some off-beat, near-future, dystopian, science fiction comic books (like Black Mask Studio's recent, The Dregs).  Helena Crash is not a “great work of comics,” but it is hugely entertaining, and Helena Crash, the scenario and the character, have the potential to become something great in comics – if it continues past this first story arc...

Cadwell's graphic style is like Ted McKeever meets Chuck Jones; it is fast-paced comics storytelling, in which just about every panel is, individually, a unique and visually striking still image.  Rangel presents a character that is not an action figure, but is instead a hero that is strong enough to overcome obstacles, but vulnerable enough so that readers will believe the danger to her is real and could be fatal.

When I finished reading Helena Crash: Fueled by Coffee, I asked myself if I would read more of this.  The answer is that I would.  I also asked myself if I would recommend this to readers of my reviews.  The answer is also yes.  Helena Crash and her comic book is more interesting than most of the Harley Quinn comics DC Comics is peddling to its customers.

A
8 out of 10

Reviewed by Leroy Douresseaux a.k.a. "I Reads You"


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Thursday, January 18, 2018

Book Review: CHASING DOWN A DREAM

CHASING DOWN A DREAM
HARPERCOLLINS/William Morrow – @HarperCollins; @WmMorrowBks

[This review was originally posted on Patreon.]

AUTHOR: Beverly Jenkins – @authorMsBev
ISBN: 978-0-06-241265-2; paperback (July 4, 2017)
336pp, B&W, $14.99 U.S., $18.50 CAN

Chasing Down a Dream is a 2017 novel from bestselling author, Beverly Jenkins.  A William Morrow paperback original, this is the eighth novel in Jenkins' “Blessings” series (following 2016's Stepping to a New Day).  Set in the fictional small town of Henry Adams, Chasing Down a Dream welcomes two newcomer children, finds a prodigal son leaving town in a huff, a sudden family gathering, a death in two families, and a wedding.

In Henry Adams, Kansas, there is never a dull day, even if you are just passing through.  Ten-year-old Lucas Herman and his sister, 8-year-old Jasmine “Jaz” Herman, are passing through Henry Adams, on the way to their new home after the death of both their parents.  Tragedy strikes again, and single-grandmother, Gemma Dahl, finds Lucas and Jaz walking on the side of the road.  She takes them home and eventually hopes to be a foster parent to the orphaned children, taking care of them along with her grandson, Wyatt, the child of her daughter who died in Afghanistan while serving in the U.S. Armed Forces.  However, the Kansas Department of Social Services may put an end to that dream, which will then put Lucas and Jaz into a dangerous situation.

Meanwhile, Tamar July, Henry Adams' town matriarch, is having strange dreams, filled with symbols and spirit totems related to her African and Native American ancestry.  Is someone in the family going to die?  Well, Tamar could just die when her despised cousin, Eula Nance, shows up needing a place to stay and bearing terrible news.

In the midst of that drama, college professor Jack James and his girlfriend, Rochelle “Rocky” Dancer, are planning their wedding, but even they have issues.  Rocky, co-owner of the local favorite restaurant, the Dog & Cow, clashes with her suddenly obstinate and secretive business partner.  Plus, an irritating relative of Jack's ex-wife shows up to cause trouble.

I had heard of author Beverly Jenkins, but never read her work until 2016.  That is when the marketing department of Jenkins' publisher, William Morrow, offered a copy of Jenkins' 2016 novel, Stepping to a New Day.  I immediately fell in love with the characters and with Henry Adams, the kind of small town that Norman Rockwell or Walt Disney could love.

This year, William Morrow marketing has been acting funny with me, not sending books I request and sending me books about which I have never heard.  I picked up a copy of Chasing Down a Dream from Amazon, and while I did not know if I would like more of Henry Adams, I did expect that at least some of the new novel to appeal to me.

Turns out, every word of it appealed to me.  Like Stepping to a New Day, Chasing Down a Dream, could be one of those holiday movies on Lifetime or Hallmark, but with much better writing and storytelling.  Because Jenkins is African-American and considering the kinds of stories told in the “Blessings” novels, her stories could be compared to the films of Tyler Perry.  The difference is that Jenkins' eschews favorite Perry tropes like crack addiction, incest, and female characters who were raped as teenagers.

The two main themes of Chasing Down a Dream are family and dreams, but both of those are braced on a foundation of love.  Love renews a family (Tamar and Eula), and love can build a family (Gemma and Jack and Rocky).  Love moves dreams into reality, both the metaphysical (Tamar's dream visions) and the professional (town owner's Bernadine Brown's dreams to grow the town and Gemma's dream to better herself professional and personally).

These themes of dreams, family, and love in all shades and types would wither on the story vine if not for Beverly Jenkins' strong character drama and development.  Henry Adams could be just a name on a book cover, but because Jenkins offers strong, characters whose hopes, dreams, and melodrama seem genuine, then Henry Adams stops being just a name on a book.  It becomes a place, the idealization of small town America – so much so that the reader might believe or hope that Henry Adams is real.  And with so many middle American small towns in crisis, it is good to have a Henry Adams.

Previously, I wrote, “It's a wonderful life in Henry Adams, which is kind of like Mayberry, but with Black people.”  The truth is that Beverly Jenkins' characters are just fine without the reader knowing the color of their skin.  They are likable in so many ways that I start to forget that I want to know what color their skin is.  Something I do want you to know:  Chasing Down a Dream is a wonderful book, and yeah, you should be chasing down your own copy, print or digital.

A
9 out of 10

Reviewed by Leroy Douresseaux a.k.a. "I Reads You'


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Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Review: CAPTAIN AMERICA #695

CAPTAIN AMERICA No. 695
MARVEL COMICS – @Marvel

[This review was originally posted on Patreon.]

STORY: Mark Waid
ART: Chris Samnee
COLORS: Matthew Wilson
LETTERS: VC's Joe Caramagna
COVER: Chris Samnee with Matthew Wilson
VARIANT COVERS: Alex Ross (after John Romita, Jr. and Bob Layton); John Tyler Christopher with Ariel Olivetti; Adi Granov; Mike McKone with Rachelle Rosenberg; Jim Steranko
28pp, Color, $3.99 U.S. (January 2018)

Rated “T+”

Captain America created by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby

“Home of the Brave” Part 1

Captain America is a Marvel Comics superhero. He was created by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby and first appeared in Captain America Comics #1 (cover dated:  March 1941), which was published by Timely Comics, a predecessor of Marvel Comics.  Captain America Comics was canceled in 1949, but there was a revival of the series from 1953 to 1954.  Captain America fully returned to modern comic books in The Avengers #4 (cover dated: March 1964).

Marvel Comics is in the middle of its “Legacy” event, returning many titles to its original numbering after a decade of relaunching a number of titles with new #1 issues – three, four, and even five or more times.  The ongoing Captain America comic book series has a new creative team for the Legacy launch.  The team of writer Mark Waid and artist Chris Samnee, the creative duo behind Marvel's critically acclaimed Daredevil relaunch (2012) several years ago, brings Captain America into the “Legacy era.”  Matthew Wilson is the colorist, and Joe Caramagna is the letterer.

Captain America #695 begins with a brief recount of how Steve Rogers became the “super solider,” Captain America; his exploits on the battlefields of World War II, and how he disappeared.  Then, we learn how Captain America became a legend and an inspiration to the town of Burlington, Nebraska after stopping a group of neo-Nazi, white supremacist-types, something he may have to do again.

I have said that when Mark Waid is good, he is really good.  [On the other hand, when he is not good, he can be an exceedingly, irritatingly pedestrian comic book storyteller.]  I am a huge fan of Chris Samnee's classic, cartoonists drawing style.  In Captain America #695, Waid is in top form, and Samnee hits the heights of throwback, Silver Age comics style.

Waid's script creates a standalone story that epitomizes what seems to be the essence of Captain America's mission and message: the strong protect the weak.  We look out for each other against those who would do harm, and every man, woman, and child (of at least a certain age) can lend a helping hand, if they choose.

I love Captain America #695.  It is a standalone treat, the kind of single-issue comic book that we need in between long story arcs and of which we don't get often enough.  I really like Waid's story.  I wish more comic book art looked like Chris Samnee's art.  If I were a comic book publisher, my comic books would look like Captain America #695.  If you have time to read only one comic book today, read Captain America #695.

[This comic book includes an “Legacy” character summary written by Robbie Thompson; drawn by Valero Schiti; colored by Frank D'Armata; and lettered by VC's Joe Caramagna.]

A+
10 out of 10

Reviewed by Leroy Douresseaux a.k.a. "I Reads You"


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Monday, January 15, 2018

DC Comics from Diamond Distributors for January 11, 2018

DC COMICS

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Marvel Comics from Diamond Distributors for January 17, 2018

MARVEL COMICS

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IDW Publishing from Diamond Distributors for January 17, 2018

IDW PUBLISHING

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