I've always had trouble wrapping my head around writing bloated reviews for a twenty page comic that usually serves as 1/6th of a larger story. But I've often found myself tweeting a thought or two out on a comic and thought, perhaps I'm onto something here. Or not, but I'm doing it anyhow.
For those following me on twitter, I'll be tagging my reviews with #RVWS and anyone wishing to join in, if you use the tag I'll post your review as well, even if it takes us to your own blog where you have a fuller review. Only requirement is the tag and having some sort of short review blurb in the tweet.
This week, we're tackling comics from this past wednesday the 20th:
Wonder Woman #18
New Avengers #4
#RVWS - New Avengers #4, ★★★☆☆ Not a fan of alt. worlds/dimensions, but still enjoying this. Almost Ellis like, almost.— xaraan (@the_xaraan) March 22, 2013
Cable & X-Force #6
Indestructible Hulk #5
#RVWS - Hulk #5, Waid has be interesting in a Hulk book for the first time since Planet Hulk and Yu's art makes a good fit.— xaraan (@the_xaraan) March 22, 2013
#RVWS - Deadpool #6, I was never a big Deadpool fan, but Unc X-Force won me over and this new series continues what they started for me.— xaraan (@the_xaraan) March 22, 2013
#RVWS - Avengers #8, still can't wrap my head around every part of the story, it's enjoyable though and art is top notch.— xaraan (@the_xaraan) March 20, 2013
The Private Eye #1
#RVWS - BKV & Marcos Martin on Private Eye #1 - wow, great first issue. Cool story, great art. I'm in on this series.— xaraan (@the_xaraan) March 19, 2013
Review: 'The Private Eye' #1 by Brian K. Vaughan & Marcos Martin theouthousers.com/index.php/revi…— xaraan (@the_xaraan) March 20, 2013
Star Wars: Legacy #1
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About the Author - Jeremy Shane
Jeremy was born in a small mountain village of a strange foreign land called Weystvurginea. Banishment for liberal views saw him spend years wondering the east coast until he decided to bike to California. When he saw how long a trip it was, he drove instead. Now he's living it up in a low humidity climate, sometimes working on his photography and when not, he writes for us covering books (by way of his blog: Reading Realms), gaming, tv, movies, comics, conventions in the SoCal area, and creates a weekly webcomic: A Journey Through Skyrim. If you look for him offline, start in the L.A. area; online start at: www.jeremyshane.info for his profile and all the social networks he's on... or just follow him on twitter, he seems to be on there a lot: @jeremyshane.
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