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READ MY LIBRARY ENTRY 65: The Comics You Love as an Adult

Secret Origins featuring the JLA!

Secret Origins featuring the JLA is a notable book in that it sets the stage for Grant Morrison’s run on JLA

Having covered a run of things here at the RMLB, including comics he liked as a kid, Max now turns to some comics that are the foundation for his entire collection; comics he’s loved and re-read over the years multiple times since getting them.  Namely, Grant Morrison’s run on JLA starting with the two books Secret Origins featuring the JLA and Justice League: Midsummer’s Nightmare the latter of which was written by Mark Waid and Fabian Nicieza prepping for Morrison’s epic JLA run.  Check out coverage of these two books here as Max goes over comics he’s loved as an adult! Continue reading READ MY LIBRARY ENTRY 65: The Comics You Love as an Adult

READ MY LIBRARY ENTRY 64: A Look Back at New 52 Justice League: Origin!

Justice League Origin

Reeling from a tough week with his computer currently on the fritz, Max takes time out of regular writing to dig up an old entry on the New 52 Justice League series and its first hardcover Origin. Re-telling the Justice League’s formation from the start, this time with Cyborg included, Max finds Origin to be as rewarding a read in whole as he did the first time around with the issues. Continue reading READ MY LIBRARY ENTRY 64: A Look Back at New 52 Justice League: Origin!

READ MY LIBRARY ENTRY 60: Worn out from C2E2, it’s a Look Back at Aquaman: Time & Tide!

Aquaman Time & Tide

Max and the rest of the Super-Fly crew are back from their adventures at C2E2 2014 in Chicago!!!  However, they’re a little “conned out” and worn out too!  Running too close to a deadline, Max takes the easy way out yet again and dips into the unpublished RMLB archives for another “lost” entry for another Aquaman graphic novel, this time Aquaman: Time & Tide by legendary comics scribe Peter David.  Get wet behind the ears and dive into this short but sweet story from the early 1990s!  It’s more Aqua-history right here at the RMLB! Continue reading READ MY LIBRARY ENTRY 60: Worn out from C2E2, it’s a Look Back at Aquaman: Time & Tide!

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With about a half a dozen new entries half-completed and semi-formulated but all unready, Max hits up the unpublished archives of the Read My Library Blog to dig out a “lost” entry from a couple years ago when the drive was to cover Aquaman with a look at the TPB of Aquaman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

READ MY LIBRARY ENTRY 28: The Last Days of Animal Man

Camped out at his in-laws’, Max spent a morning back on St. Patrick’s Day with The Last Days of Animal Man, a tale by comics and television scribe Gerry Conway and drawn by Chris Batista.  It tells the tale of Buddy Baker and his family in the future. Not only is Buddy older, his Animal Man powers are failing him when he needs them most.  Could this really be the end for Animal Man? Continue reading READ MY LIBRARY ENTRY 28: The Last Days of Animal Man

READ MY LIBRARY ENTRY 22: Animal Man vs. Thanagarians, Red Mask and Mirror Master!

Max continues reading the first Animal Man trade paperback and finishes it up as Animal Man takes on a variety of challenges. Find out how Animal Man comes through and take a look at Grant Morrison’s emerging style in this latest Read My Library entry! Continue reading READ MY LIBRARY ENTRY 22: Animal Man vs. Thanagarians, Red Mask and Mirror Master!

READ MY LIBRARY ENTRY 20: All the Ambush Bug You Could Ever Want!

Max’s head continues to spin as he works his way through Showcase Presents Ambush Bug, some of the silliest, continuity bending comics in the DC Universe.  The volume contains about as much Ambush Bug as you could ever want stand.  A wrap up and a look at where Ambush Bug is now…or isn’t. Continue reading READ MY LIBRARY ENTRY 20: All the Ambush Bug You Could Ever Want!