“Wake Up” by Brian Micheal Bendis and David Mack tells the story of Ben Urich as he at first investigates and later attempts to save a young boy who has become psychologically withdrawn after witnessing his criminal father battling Daredevil.
Some books are all but impossible to dedicate a full review to on sites like this, but they still deserve our attention gosh-darnit. With that in mind, here are my top-ten childhood favorites, specifically lifted from my own childhood.
This is the latest of the DC animated movies, and so far I’ve enjoyed them all. Sometimes I have to squint my eyes and pretend they’re a part of the old DCAU (a la Crisis on Two Earths), but otherwise they’re great fun. And I enjoy that there’s no finite continuity to them, they are each their own entity unless otherwise specified.
All in all a powerful book that tackles more issues then just powers and conspiracies, it also tackles issues like spiritual infinity and the responsibility of those with power. This is a must for fans of X-Men and similar titles
So what is it about Fatal Attractions that makes it the definitive place for me where the narrative shifts to the favor of representing gay culture?
Branching out of the events of The X-Cutioner’s Song, Cable’s first ongoing series is… well, it’s weird. There doesn’t seem to be a reason for it to exist, apart from “people will buy it,” which is a horrible reason to embark on a creative endeavor.
I’m very confused already. I get the feeling I’m coming into a multi-parter here, but I’m not sure.