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Super-Fly Comic of the Week April 11

Hey Fly-Hards, it’s Friday and I’m in love (with comics!) This week saw the launch of the much-hyped Batman Eternal, Iron Fist and Doop both had a new #1, and Marvel shipped a $10 Deadpool book. This week however, we step back outside the “Big Two” with what was easily the best book: Lumberjanes #1!

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Noelle Stevenson (Nimona), Grace Allen, and Brooke Allen (Various Boom covers) launch a new 8 issue mini from Boom’s new Boom Box imprint (the same imprint as store favorite Midas Flesh) starring five friends at an all-girls summer camp.  Problem is that camp is in the woods and these woods are full of supernatural creatures.  With the twin powers of awesomeness and friendship these girls can take on anything including a promised battle against a yeti!  Sort of like Buffy meets Gravity Falls and immensely fun this is another great series to watch!

READ MY LIBRARY Entry 57: Gem City Comic Con 2014! Kevin Eastman! And the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Ultimate Collection Vol. 1!

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The Gem City Comic Con 2014 just rocked the Dayton Area!

Just this past weekend was this year’s Gem City Comic Con, Dayton, Ohio’s very own comic convention!  Their special guest was Kevin Eastman, co-creator of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, who was also here at Super-Fly!  Excited by the occasion, Max picked up Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Ultimate Collection Vol. 1 and has reviewed it for this week’s RMLB entry!  See why this book is so big and bad, and read on to learn brief histories of the TMNT and the Gem City Comic Con!  Max breaks it all down, and even has a few pictures!  Read on, all you Super-Flyers and Fly-Hards, for the inside scoop here! Continue reading READ MY LIBRARY Entry 57: Gem City Comic Con 2014! Kevin Eastman! And the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Ultimate Collection Vol. 1!

Super-Fly Comic of the Week April 4

Gather ’round Fly-Hards, it’s time to reveal this week’s Super-Fly Comic of the Week! This week was a little light in the quantity of comics, but there were a few strong contenders, whether it be an insanely good use of panel layout in Moon Knight #2, the beautiful relationship at the core of Trillium #8, or the totally depraved entertainment in Grindhouse #7. Each of those had excellent elements and could have been this week’s pick, but unfortunately, there can be only one and this week it is: Detective Comics #30

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Francis Manapul (Flash, Witchblade) and Brian Buccellato (Flash, Hellblazer) have decided to trade The Fastest Man Alive and Coast City for The World’s Greatest Detective and Gotham!  The same team that launched The Flash with the New 52 are moving over to Detective and starting a brand new story line.  This issue is just beautiful to look at, keeping the same dynamism that made Flash such a fun comic, but once again tweaked to fit The Dark Knight and his skill set.  This issue may be a little simple, but sometimes those are the best stories.

Just a reminder that tickets are still available for An Evening with Kevin Eastman. Details can be found by clicking HERE

READ MY LIBRARY Entry 56: Aquaman Returns to the RMLB for Death of a Prince

With about a half a dozen new entries half-completed and semi-formulated but all unready, Max hits up the unpublished archives of the Read My Library Blog to dig out a “lost” entry from a couple years ago when the drive was to cover Aquaman with a look at the TPB of Aquaman Death of a Prince.  Much different than the light hearted The Aquaman Archives Vol. 1, Death of a Prince is a serious time in Aquaman’s life that defined his character in the pre-crisis, pre-New 52 DCU and still shadows his legend in modern times.  Don’t mind the mothballs and take a look at Aquaman Death of a Prince in this entry of the RMLB only here at superflycomics.com! Continue reading READ MY LIBRARY Entry 56: Aquaman Returns to the RMLB for Death of a Prince

This week’s books!

Super-Fly Comic of the Week March 28

Well, Fly-Hards it’s that time of the week again, time to reveal the Super-Fly Comic of the Week! This was an exceptionally strong week for comics with titles like The Midas Flesh, The Wake, The Bunker, Deadly Class, Manhattan Projects, and Superior Spider-Man all hitting the shelves. Unfortunately for all of those issues, they had to compete with a very hyped up book that actually lived up to the hype. That comic is: Silver Surfer #1!

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Dan Slott (Spider-Man, She-Hulk) and Michael Allred (iZombie, MadMan) team up to bring us the “Raddest” part of Marvel’s universe, a new Silver Surfer ongoing!  I know this comic says Silver Surfer on the cover, but don’t let that fool you, this is Slott’s version of Dr. Who.  No really, Slott is a “Big Time” (that one’s for you Spidey fans) Whovian and has always wanted to tell a Dr. Who story and jumped at the chance to tell his here in the pages of Silver Surfer.  This issue was a joy to read and a joy to look at, with Allred absolutely killing it with larger than life and impossible spacescapes, with a particular two page spread you won’t believe.

Just a reminder that tickets are still available for An Evening with Kevin Eastman. Details can be found by clicking HERE

Super-Fly Comic of the Week March 21

Well, Fly-Hards, it’s Friday and it’s time we look at this week’s new crop and see who among them reigns supreme. Did Ms. Marvel continue from the strong first issue? (Yes) Would Sovereign be another sleeper hit from Image? (Kinda) Is the return of American Vampire the hotness? (Sorta) With all of these and more to choose from this week was a tough one, but in the end we have to go with: Daredevil #1

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Mark Waid (Kingdom Come, Flash) and Chris Samnee (Shadow: Year One, The Mighty) continue their much acclaimed and sensational run on Daredevil.  After the events of last month’s issue Daredevil heads out west to San Francisco and immediately finds trouble (of course).  This issue is an excellent jumping on point for anyone who hasn’t been reading Waid’s run (and shame on them for that!) by catching the reader up quickly and then still having the room to give us a very entertaining chase through the city.  Top notch art, excellent writing, and just a joy to read, THIS is superhero comics done right.

Just a reminder that tickets are still available for An Evening with Kevin Eastman. Details can be found by clicking HERE

Super-Fly Comic of the Week March 14

Sorry for the late post here Fly-Fans, but due to multiple days of internet problems we were unable to post last week’s choice, but never fear (or maybe you should with this week’s choice!) we are here now with our pick from last week: Tales of Mr. Rhee Volume 1!

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Dirk “MF” Manning (Nightmare World, Write or Wrong) and Josh Ross (Nightmare World) bring us fresh from the mythical land of Kickstarter Tales of Mr. Rhee Volume 1 “Procreation of the Wicked” a collection of multiple short stories focused around the adventures of one Mr. Rhee.  This series takes place in the same universe as Manning’s other excellent series Nightmare World, but where that series told a bigger meta-plot with small and seemingly unrelated stories, Tales of Mr. Rhee focuses on the exploits of the titular character and allows him to develop over the course of this first volume.  Mr. Rhee is a fun character to root for, a foul mouthed blue-collar man on a mission to fight the monsters left over from the Apocalypse.

Just a reminder that tickets are still available for An Evening with Kevin Eastman. Details can be found by clicking HERE

READ MY LIBRARY Entry 55: The King is Dead, Long Live the King!

Last month marked the 20th anniversary of comic book innovator Jack Kirby’s passing.  Coming a little late to celebrate, Max nonetheless takes a blog entry to remark on the importance of Jack Kirby on the medium and several ways to honor the “King” of comics, Jack Kirby today—or even discover his art for the first time!  And where else to start your own Kirby reading list but right here at Super-Fly?!? Continue reading READ MY LIBRARY Entry 55: The King is Dead, Long Live the King!

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