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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 33: Aquaman So Bad it’s Good!

Max submerges himself deeper into The Aquaman Archives Vol. 1, experiencing some of the most awful, and therefore awesome, comics.  Also: what does Aquaman have in common with Blaxploitation hero Dolemite?  No, I’m afraid it isn’t a shared ability to bust fly rhymes… Continue reading READ MY LIBRARY ENTRY 33: Aquaman So Bad it’s Good!

READ MY LIBRARY ENTRY 27: Animal Man Deus Ex Machina

After starting the final volume of Grant Morrison’s run on Animal Man, Animal Man Deus Ex Machina Max couldn’t put it down!  So here then is a look at the book in full, and it’s a mostly SPOILER FREE look at that, so click ahead without fear. Continue reading READ MY LIBRARY ENTRY 27: Animal Man Deus Ex Machina

READ MY LIBRARY ENTRY 26: Finishing Animal Man Origin of the Species

While his vacation in Canada is in full swing, Max finishes up the second Animal Man trade paperback, Animal Man Origin of the Species, guest starring Dolphin and the Justice League Europe! Continue reading READ MY LIBRARY ENTRY 26: Finishing Animal Man Origin of the Species

READ MY LIBRARY ENTRY 24: More Animal Man – From B’wana to Freedom Beast

After spending all day on the road, Max whips up a quick blog entry covering Animal Man’s further adventures in Animal Man: Origin of the Species, where AM encounters B’wana Beast once more, though to a much different end than before. Continue reading READ MY LIBRARY ENTRY 24: More Animal Man – From B’wana to Freedom Beast

READ MY LIBRARY ENTRY 23: Animal Man Teams with Vixen!

Max begins reading the second Animal Man trade, Animal Man: Origin of the Species where the nature of Animal Man’s powers are called into question, and Animal Man teams with another, similarly powered hero, Vixen! Continue reading READ MY LIBRARY ENTRY 23: Animal Man Teams with Vixen!

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 21: A Bit of Action Figures and Animal Man

After taking a break from writing, Max talks about some new additions to the Library before tackling Animal Man, a character rescued from obscurity in the 1990s by a then unknown writer known as Grant Morrison… Continue reading READ MY LIBRARY ENTRY 21: A Bit of Action Figures and Animal Man