Friday, March 22, 2019

Review: CHAOS CAMPUS #23

CHAOS CAMPUS: SORORITY GIRLS VS ZOMBIES #23
APPROBATION COMICS

[This review was originally posted on Patreon.]

STORY: B. Alex Thompson – @ApproBAT
ART: Pramit Santra
COLORS: Russell Vincent Yu and Schmerys Baal
LETTERS: Elisa M. Coletti
POST-SCRIPTING/POLISH: John P. Ward
COVER: Kevin Wallace
24pp, Color, $4.99 U.S. (2015)

Rated: Teen 13+

Chaos Campus: Sorority Girls vs. Zombies created by B. Alex Thompson

“The Pink, Part 1 of 2”

The long-running Chaos Campus: Sorority Girls vs. Zombies is a horror-comedy and zombie apocalypse comic book series.  It was created by B. Alex Thompson and is published by his company, Approbation Comics.  The series is set during a zombie invasion and follows the adventures of three members of the sorority, Epsilon Alpha Zeta Upsilon (EAZY):  ass-kickin’ Jaime Lynn Schaeffer, brainy and magic-wielding Paige Helena Patton, and sexy Brittany Ann Miller.

The current story line is “The Pink,” which finds the trio and other zombie riot survivors in a house that holds a surprise.  This story is written by B. Alex Thompson; drawn by Pramit Santra; colored by Schmerys Baal and Russell Vincent Yu; and lettered by Elisa M. Coletti.

Chaos Campus: Sorority Girls vs. Zombies #23 opens in the wake of the “Smart Zombies” conspiracy.  On the run with four other survivors of that debacle, Jamie, Paige, and Brittany come upon a strange meteor after an even stranger meteor shower.  Then, the group finds a house that is perfect as a shelter because it has not one, but two generators.  However, Jamie has been acting strange since her encounter with the meteor, and the house also holds a shocking connection to her past.

In the “Smart Zombies” story line, creator/writer B. Alex Thompson threw a left-hook at readers.  Chaos Campus is a humorous spin on comic books, and it is a comic take of the zombie apocalypse.  But (and its a big but) Chaos Campus offers good characters and an intriguing, evolving narrative.  With the arrival of a smart zombie, Thompson showed that Chaos Campus will defy genre expectations by whatever means necessary and unnecessary.

Chaos Campus: Sorority Girls vs. Zombies #23 is funny, and I'm assuming that it is spoofing the Species film series.  I really like the personal reveal, which is one more example of Thompson evolving our fearless zombie fighters.  This remains a fantastic comic book, and I enjoyed reading it, although I am not crazy about the artist.  Pramit Santra's graphical storytelling is good, but the technical aspects of the art is wanting, I must say.  Still, I am ready for issue #24.

8 out of 10

Buy Chaos Campus #23 at comiXology.

www.ApprobationComics.com
www.AlexThompsonWriter.com

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


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I Reads You Juniors March 2019 - Update #70

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From Newsarama:  Writer Kurt Busiek and artist Alex Ross will produce a one-shot "Marvels" comic book to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the original "Marvels" miniseries.  No release date has been announced.

From ComicBook:  Sandy King, known for her work as a movie producer for her production company, Storm King Productions, talks about the state of horror comics, which she also publishes.

From Newsarama:  Get paid to watch the Marvel Cinematic Universe marathon...

From Newsarama:  Former Marvel publisher, Bill Jemas, has a new comic book publishing venture, "Artists, Writers, and Artisans" (AWA).  A number of star comics creators have joined, including Garth Ennis, Frank Cho, and Reginald Hudlin, to name a few.

From Newsarama:  DC Comics is hiring a "Managing Editor" to oversee its comics publishing division. Although a new position, the late Dick Giordana was "Managing Editor" of DC in the 1980s.

From THR:  "Jesusfreak" is a graphic novel due in June from Image Comics.  Writer Joe Casey talks to "The Hollywood Reporter" about it.

From CBR:  Changes are coming to "The Amazing Spider-Man" newspaper daily comic strip.  That includes the end of Roy Thomas' tenure writing the strip, the end of the current story line, and the beginning of a period of reprints.

From Newsarama:  Bryan Hitch is leaving DC Comics' "Hawkman" to work on two new DC projects.

From Newsarama:  After 69 years, legendary inker, Joe Sinnott, has retired from comic books.  Sinnott is probably best known for inking some of Jack Kirby's best work.

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From BleedingCool:  VIZ Media to publish OEL (original English language) manga through an imprint, "VIZ Originals."  They will be looking at submissions through 2019.

From VIZ:  The VIZMedia webpage dedicated to "VIZ Originals."
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From BleedingCool:  Unpublished "Doom Patrol" comics to be appear in "Doom Patrol Bronze Age Omnibus."

From Newsarama:  One of the most popular "Incredible Hulk" creative teams, writer Peter David and artist Dale Keown, are reunited for an oversized Hulk one shot entitled, "Incredible Hulk: Last Call."

From THR:  Apparently, Ezra Miller, the actor playing "Flash" in Warner Bros. DC Comics films, will join legendary comic book writer, Grant Morrison, in writing the script for a Flash movie.

From Newsarama:  The current release date for Frank Miller and John Romita, Jr.'s "Superman: Year One" is June 2019 for the release of 3 issues released in a special large, format.

From Newsarama:  A list of the 16 titles that DC Comics will publish through its DC Ink and DC Zoom young readers imprints from Spring 2019 to early 2020.

From Newsarama:  Matt Wagner and Dark Horse has announced a new "Grendel" comic book, "Grendel: The Devil's Odyssey."  The eight-issue will be colored by Brennan Wagner and lettered by Dave Lanphear and begin publication in October 2019.

From Newsarama:  Warner Bros.'s DC Comics film, "Shazam," is tracking for a $40 million dollar opening weekend.

From Newsarama:  Bryan Singer has been dropped from the "Red Sonja" film reboot project.

From Deadline:  Actor Esai Morales will portray Deathstroke in the DC Universe's streaming series, "Titans."

From Newsarama:  DC Comics gives Swamp Thing the "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" spin in the "DC Zoom" title, "The Secret Spiral of Swamp Kid."

From BleedingCool:  Ahoy Comics will pick up "Second Coming," the controversial Mark Russell-Richard Pace comic book that DC Comics/Vertigo did not have the backbone to publish in the wake of complaints from Christian religious extremists.

From SlashFilm:  Marvel Studios is producing a TV series based on its "What If" comic book series for the streaming service, Disney+.

From HuffPost:  "Captain Marvel" may have sneakily introduced a new black female superhero.

From YahooEntertainment:  "Captain Marvel" and her historic worldwide box office debut conquers the trolls.

From BleedingCool:  "Marvel's Illustrator's Sketchbook" coming in October 2019.

From Newsarama:  The "Avengers Start Here Sampler 2019" is a free comic book that will appear ahead of "Avengers: Endgame."

From Newsarama:  Animation writer Amy Wolfram will be writing new DC Super Hero Girls.

From CBR:  Seth McFarlane's Fox TV series, "The Orville," will have a comic book adaptation.

From CBB:  Webcomics Spit episode #2 in English
From CBB:  Webcomics Spit episode #2 in French

From THR:  How "Captain Marvel" comic book writer, Kelly Sue DeConnick, revamped the hero.

From ComicBookBin:  Herve St. Louis reviews the "Captain Marvel" movie for CBB.

From BleedingCool:  There is now cover art and a release date for the long-delayed Frank Miller-John Romita, Jr. project, "Superman: Year One."  The current announced release date is November 12, 2019 under DC Comics' "Black Label" imprint.

From THR:  Andy Serkis has reportedly joined Fox's film adaptation of the comic book, "Mouse Guard."

From Variety: Disney CEO Bob Iger says that the Disney/Fox merger is closing soon.

From Newsarama:  Actress Adrienne Barbeau who appeared as Abigail Barbeau in the 1982 film version of "Swamp Thing."  She says that she will appear in DC Universe's streaming "Swamp Thing" in a role she did not disclose.

From Newsarama:  Comic book writer Kelley Sue DeConnick, who was instrumental in the development of Carol Danvers as Captain Marvel, talks about the character and her other comics ("Bitch Planet").

From DeseretNews:  7 things you definitely didn’t know about Captain Marvel's back story from the Marvel comic books.

From THR:  Comic book writer, Brian K. Vaughn, will is writing a live-action movie based on the long-running and hugely popular "Gundam" anime series and franchise.

From Deadline:  Actor Ernie Hudson ("Ghostbusters") will appear in The CW's "Arrow" in guest role this season.

From Newsarama:  DC Comics is apparently going to relaunch/reboot its "Green Arrow" comic book and make it a bigger part of its DC Universe (DCU).

From Newsarama:  Mike Deodato, Jr. recently announced that he will be leaving Marvel in the near future.  His first non-Marvel project will be "Berserker Unbound," a creator-owned comic book from Dark Horse Comics that will be written by Jeff Lemire.

From BleedingCool:  Some of IDW Media's investors want the company put up for sale.

From GoFundMe:  There is a campaign to help the ailing and acclaimed cartoonist, Gahan Wilson, who is apparently suffering from dementia.

From ANN:  Shueisha's "Weekly Shonen Jump" magazine will be the home of a new manga from creator, Hiroshi Shiibashi ("Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan").  The manga, titled Kamio Yui wa Kimi wo Yui (Yui Kamio Does Hairdressing), will debut in the March 11th, 2019 issue of the magazine.

From Crunchyroll:  With the debut of its 92nd tankobon (graphic novel) volume, One Piece has 450 million copies printed worldwide.

From Comichron:  January 2019 comic book sales to comic book shops, according to Diamond Comic Distributors.

From BleedingCool:  Is Bryan Hitch drawing a "Batman" comic book that Warren Ellis is writing?

From BleedingCool:  DC Comics will publish "The Art of Jim Lee" hardcover book for Christmas 2019.

From Newsarama:  Mike Deodato says that is will leave Marvel Comics, for whom he has worked for 24 years, to pursue creator-owned comic books.

From TCJ:   Alex Dueben of "The Comics Journal" interviews longtime comic book creator, Joe Giella, best known for inking a number of Silver Age artist luminaries.

From Nerdist:  The new Manga Art Hotel is a capsule hotel in Tokyo with over 5,000 manga shelved floor-to-ceiling for its lucky guests to read all night long.

From GayStarNews:  The Dutch version of the Donald Duck comic books will feature its first lesbian character, thanks to the campaigning of a 10-year-old-girl.

From ComicBook:  Len Wiseman shares first footage from his "Swamp Thing" series for DC Universe.

From ANN: Titan Comics announced last week that it will release Eldo Yoshimizu's "Ryuko" manga as the first Japanese title in its "Hard Case Crime" line.

From BleedingCool:  "We’re Now In A Period Of Change" – former DC Comics VP, Bob Wayne Explains the Rules in ComicsPRO Keynote Address

From BleedingCool:  Who’s to Blame For Falling Comics Sales? And What’s to be Done? Brian Hibbs at ComicsPRO

From BleedingCool:  Trevor Von Eeden, veteran comic book artist and co-creator of DC Comics' Black Lightning, says that the U.S. Secret Service visited him over posts he wrote about President Trump and Vice-President Pence.

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From Newsarama:  Marvel Comics to host a panel at this year's SXSW conference in Austin Texas (March 8 to March 17, 2019).

From BleedingCool:  Joe Quesada and Marvel Editor-in-Chief C.B. Cebulski may really need to be at SXSW to pump up Marvel Comics.
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From YahooMovieUK:   The DC Extended Universe or DCEU is over because of the success of the "Wonder Woman" movie says Warner Bros’ chief Kevin Tsujihara

From Newsarama:  DC Comics co-publisher, Dan DiDio, says that DC is "rethinking" its collected editions (trade paperbacks, hardbacks, archives, etc.) due to a perceived glut of product on the market.


MARCH 2019 COMICS SOLICITATIONS:
From Newsarama: 01 First Second for March 2019
From Newsarama:  Adhouse Books for March 2019
From Newsarama:  Alterna Comics for March 2019
From Newsarama:  Antarctic Press for March 2019
From Newsarama:  Archie Comics for March 2019
From Newsarama:  Aspen Comics for March 2019
From Newsarama:  Avatar Press for March 2019
From Newsarama:  Avery Hill for March 2019
From Newsarama:  Black Mask Studios for March 2019
From Newsarama:  BOOM! Studios for March 2019
From BleedingCool:  Cave Pictures Publishing for March 2019
From Newsarama:  Dark Horse Comics for March 2019
From Newsarama:  DC Comics for March 2019
From Newsarama:  Devil's Due/1First Comics for March 2019
From Newsarama:  Dynamite Entertaiment for March 2019
From Newsarama:  Fantagraphics Books for March 2019
From BleedingCool:  First Second for March 2019
From Newsarama:  Graphix for March 2019
From Newsarama:  Humanoids for March 2019
From BleedingCool:  IDW Publishing for March 2019
From Newsarama:  Image Comics for March 2019
From Newsarama:  Impact Theory for March 2019
From Newsarama:  Lion Force for March 2019
From Newsarama:  Mad Cave Studios for March 2019
From Newsarama:  Marvel Comics for March 2019
From Newsarama: Oni Press for March 2019
From Newsarama:  Rebellion for March 2019
From Newsarama:  Scout Comics for March 2019
From Newsarama:  Valiant Entertainment for March 2019
From Newsarama:  Vault Comics for March 2019
From Newsarama:  VIZ Media for March 2019
From BleedingCool:  Zenescope Entertainment for March 2019

APRIL 2019 COMICS SOLICITATIONS:
From Newsarama:  All publishers' solicitations link in one place.
From Newsarama:  01 First Second for April 2019
From Newsarama:  Albatross Funnybooks for April 2019
From Newsarama:  AC Comics for April 2019
From Newsarama:  Aftershock Comics for April 2019
From Newsarama:  Ahoy Comics for April 2019
From Newsarama:  Amigo Comics for April 2019
From Newsarama:  Antarctic Press for April 2019
From Newsarama:  Aspen Comics for April 2019
From Newsarama:  Archie Comics for April 2019
From Newsarama:  Alterna Comics for April 2019
From Newsarama:  Black Mask Studios for April 2019
From Newsarama:  BOOM! Studios for April 2019
From Newsarama:  Caliber Press for April 2019
From Newsarama:  Cave Pictures Publishing for April 2019
From Newsarama:  Dark Horse Comics for April 2019
From Newsarama:  DC Comics for April 2019
From Newsarama:  Drawn & Quarterly for April 2019
From Newsarama:  Dynamite Entertainment for April 2019
From Newsarama:  Fantagraphics Books for April 2019
From Newsarama:  Heavy Metal for April 2019
From Newsarama:  Hero Tomorrow for April 2019
From Newsarama:  Humanoids for April 2019
From Newsarama:  IDW Publishing for April 2019
From Newsarama:  Image Comics for April 2019
From Newsarama:  Joe Books for April 2019
From Newsarama:  Keenspot for April 2019
From Newsarama:  Lion Forge for April 2019
From Newsarama:  Mad Cave Studios for April 2019
From BleedingCool:  Marvel Comics for April 2019
From Newsarama:  Scout Comics for April 2019
From Newsarama:  Titan Comics for April 2019
From Newsarama:  Valiant Entertainment for April 2019
From Newsarama:  Vault Comics for April 2019
From Newsarama:  VIZ Media for April 2019
From Newsarama: Yen Press for April 2019

MAY 2019 COMICS SOLICITATIONS:
From Newsarama:   All publishers' solicitations link in one place.
From Newsarama:  AC Comics for May 2019
From Newsarama:  AfterShock Comics for May 2019
From Newsarama:  Ahoy Comics for May 2019
From Newsarama:  Alterna Comics for May 2019
From Newsarama:  Archie Comics for May 2019
From Newsarama:  Black Mask Studios for May 2019
From Newsarama:  BOOM! Studios for May 2019
From BleedingCool:  Dark Horse Comics for May 2019
From Newsarama:  DC Comics for May 2019
From Newsarama:  Dynamite Entertainment for May 2019
From Newsarama:  IDW Publishing for May 2019
From Newsarama:  Image Comics for May 2019
From BleedingCool:  Keenspot Entertainment for May 2019
From Newsarama:  Kevin Eastman Studios for May 2019
From Newsarama:  Lion Forge Comics for May 2019
From Newsarama:  Mad Cave Studios for May 2019
From Newsarama:  Marvel Comics for May 2019
From Newsarama:  Oni Press for May 2019
From Newsarama:  Rebellion/2000 AD for May 2019
From Newsarama:  Scout Comics for May 2019
From BleedingCool:  Source Point Press for May 2019
From Newsarama:  Vault Comics for May 2019
From Newsarama:  VIZ Media for May 2019
From Newsarama:  Yen Press for May 2019
From Newsarama:  Zenescope Entertainment for May 2019

JUNE 2019 COMICS SOLICITATIONS:
From Newsarama:  AC Comics for June 2019
From Newsarama:  Antarctic Press for June 2019
From Newsarama:  Archie Comics for June 2019
From Newsarama:  Aspen Comics for June 2019
From Newsarama:  DC Comics for June 2019
From Newsarama:  Image Comics for June 2019
From Newsarama:  Marvel Comics for June 2019
From Newsarama:  Scout Comics for June 2019
From Newsarama:  Valiant Entertainment for June 2019


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Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Book Review: THE HUNTING PARTY

THE HUNTING PARTY: A NOVEL
HARPERCOLLINS/William Morrow – @HarperCollins @WmMorrowBks

[This review was originally posted on Patreon.]

AUTHOR: Lucy Foley – @lucyfoleytweets
ISBN: 978-0-06-288937-9; hardcover (February 12, 2019)
336pp, B&W, $26.99 U.S.

The Hunting Party is a 2019 novel from author Lucy Foley.  Although Foley has written historical fiction, The Hunting Party is her debut crime novel.  This new book focuses on a group of college friends trapped by snow on an isolated estate where one of them is killed by someone in the group.

The Hunting Party opens January 2, 2019, on the estate of the “Lodge,” an isolated retreat in the Scottish Highlands.  Heather Macintyre, the Lodge's office manager, has just learned that Doug, the estate's “gamekeeper,” has discovered a dead body.

Let's go back three days earlier to December 30, 2018.  A group of nine adult friends and a baby are arriving by train on their way to the Lodge.  They are Emma and Mark Taylor; Miranda Adams and her husband, Julien; Nick and his American boy friend, Bo; the new parents, Samira and Giles, and their infant daughter, Priya; and Katie Lewis, a single, professional, working woman.  Seven of the nine are old college friends who met at Oxford University over a decade ago.  The group plans to spend the New Year's Day holiday together, but they don't know that they will be snowed-in due to a record setting snow storm.  The friends also do not know that one of them is going to be murdered over the course of this holiday, and the murderer is one among them.

Describing The Hunting Party is at once easy and at once a bit difficult.  Author Lucy Foley sprinkles familiar mystery and crime novel tropes throughout this book.  The book's cover copy declares “... psychological suspense in the tradition of Agatha Christie...”  Indeed, The Hunting Party is something of a spiritual descendant of Christie's legendary Murder on the Orient Express.  The copy also recommends The Hunting Party to fans of British crime novelist, Ruth Ware, and Irish mystery writer, Tana French, neither of whom I have read.  That's the easy part.

The Hunting Party is a mystery novel, a crime novel, a murder mystery, and a suspense thriller.  However, the book is very much a work of modern fiction, as Foley delves into timeless and modern themes and issues regarding marital discord, long-term relationships, the rivalries and prejudices within groups of friends and acquaintances.  While the killer is something of a familiar type, the act of killing itself is complicated and is not as easy to judge as one might think.

That said, I can say that The Hunting Party is a enjoyable read, and the last one hundred pages are an immensely enjoyable read.  I tore through the last third of this book as if my life depended on it, and there were times while reading this novel that I felt uneasy and felt a sense of foreboding.

Foley uses five narrators to tell this story.  At first, that makes the narrative a bit disjointed, but as Foley gradually reveals the troubled histories of individual characters and of these people as a group, the narrative strengthens its ability to engage the reader.  As the chapters race by, Foley makes it obvious that everything is headed to one flash point – the discovery of a body.  She tells a riveting story, revealing just how fragile the thin line between love and hate is.  So join The Hunting Party.

8 out of 10

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


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Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Review: FULLMETAL ALCHEMIST: The Complete Four-Panel Comics

FULLMETAL ALCHEMIST: THE COMPLETE FOUR-PANEL COMICS
VIZ MEDIA

MANGAKA: Hiromu Arakawa
TRANSLATION: Lillian Diaz-Przybyl
LETTERS: Jeannie Lee
EDITOR: Hope Donovan
ISBN: 978-1-9747-0617-4; paperback (March 2019) Rated “T” for “Teen”
136pp, B&W, $12.99 U.S., $17.99 CAN, £8.99 UK

Fullmetal Alchemist is a shonen manga written and drawn by Hiromu Arakawa.  The manga was serialized in Japan's Shonen Gangan magazine from 2001 to 2010 and was collected in 27 tankobon (trade paperback) volumes.  VIZ Media published an English language edition of the manga in North America as a series of graphic novels.

Fullmetal Alchemist's story focuses on brothers Edward & Alphonse Elric.  The duo engages in a forbidden alchemical ritual in an attempt to bring their late mother back to life.  However, the ritual goes wrong, causing Edward to lose a leg, while Alphonse loses his entire body.  Edward grafts his younger brother’s soul into a suit of armor, a process which also costs Edward his right arm.  Edward replaces his own missing flesh with “auto-mail” limbs, and he eventually becomes a state alchemist in service of the Amestris state military.  Edward searches for the legendary Philosopher’s Stone, the one thing that can restore the brothers’ bodies.

Like many manga, Fullmetal Alchemist included with the main narrative what are called four-panel comics.  Four-panel comics are generally gag comic strips that play with a series' characters, plots, stories, and settings in a humorous manner.  They are usually four panels in length and are printed vertically.

Fullmetal Alchemist: The Complete Four-Panel Comics is a new single-volume paperback book from VIZ Media.  It collects the four-panel comic strips from Hiromu Arakawa’s original Fullmetal Alchemist series.  In a addition to the four-panel strips from the Fullmetal Alchemist graphic novels, this book publishes the four-panel comics that were included in the DVD collections of the Fullmetal Alchemist anime (including the “Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood” series) and other Fullmetal Alchemist related products.  This book also includes some never-before-published bonus comics.

My VIZ Media representative sent me several volumes of the Fullmetal Alchemist manga during the series' original North American publication.  He also sent me Fullmetal Alchemist: The Complete Four-Panel Comics.

I won't kid you and say that all these Fullmetal Alchemist four-panel comics are great, but many are funny, in fact, surprisingly so.  Fullmetal Alchemist can be such an intense narrative, so it is nice to see so many of the characters, especially Ed and Al (Edward and Alphonse Elric) in a funny light.  Honestly, there were points during my reading of this book in which I thought that these four-panel comics were making a convincing argument that there are at least several chapters worth of humorous manga to be mined from the world of Fullmetal Alchemist.

Fans of Fullmetal Alchemist will want to experience the sunny side of Fullmetal Alchemist: The Complete Four-Panel Comics.

B+
7 out of 10

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


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Monday, March 18, 2019

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