As World War Hulk heads toward the finish line and Countdown – excuse me, Countdown to Final Crisis – reaches the halfway mark, Marvel and DC kick off their fourth-quarter crossovers this week with X-Men: Messiah Complex #1 and Batman #670 (“The Resurrection of Ra’s Al Ghul”).
Not big on “event” comics? There’s plenty more from which to choose: Hardcover Masterworks editions of Strange Tales and Fantastic Four, Evan Dorkin and Sarah Dyer’s long-awaited Biff Bam Pow, The Complete Persepolis trade paperback, and — at last — the collected El Cazador.
And that’s only for starters.
To see what other titles Chris Mautner and I think are worth mentioning, just keep reading. As always, let us know your choices in the comments below.
Chris’ pick of the week: New Engineering
I’m taking a chance making this my pick of the week, since odds are few local comic shops will be carrying this book (more so than usual with my picks), but I can’t help it. This was hands down my favorite book I bought at SPX this year. Yuichi Yokoyama’s work has a lot in common with a lot of the authors published under PictureBox umbrella, namely an interest in displaying motion and choreography as ornately as possible. Yokoyama’s approach can best be described as “comically clinical” — his people don’t look so much like people as much as they do Fisher-Price folks in really funny hats. His stories involve mechanical precision — the creation of an artificial mountain, for example, or a man defending himself from sword-wielding enemies by throwing books at them, with the focus being primarily on how the books are sliced and what they look like as they fall to the ground.
Really, the best thing I can say about Yokoyama’s work is it’s a triumph of formal design over substance. New Engineering makes for a fascinating and often richly rewarding read.
Kevin’s pick of the week:
Showcase Presents: Teen Titans, Vol. 2
I dearly love the first volume, which wonderfully highlights the Silver Age zaniness that is Bob Haney’s Teen Titans: the ridiculous villains — The Mad Mod, the Astounding Separated Man, The Gargoyle — the “hip,” Shaggy-style lingo — “It’s like nowhere!” — and a logic-defying world in which the teen sidekicks read comics starring their mentors, and the billboard outside their secret headquarters advertises the Batman ’60s TV series. This second volume brings the team into the 1970s, collecting Teen Titans #19 (January-February 1969) through #36 (November-December 1971), and World’s Finest #205 (September 1971). That means we’re treated to appearances by Hawk and Dove, art from Neal Adams, George Tuska and Jim Aparo, the introduction of Lilith and Mal Duncan, the Titans in space (!), and more. Much of the lightheartedness of the ’60s tales is gone — the Titans briefly abandon their costumed identities, Robin and Aqualad leave, Wonder Girl is possessed — but here the tone more closely resembles that of the successful 1980s relaunch.
Apocalypse Nerd #6 (of 6)
Chris: Man, that was fast, considering how long it took the other issues to come out. As usual, I’ll be picking this up mainly for the “Founding Father Funnies” that line the back of the comic. This time out it’s Paul Revere!
Perry Bible Fellowship: The Trial of Colonel Sweeto and Other Stories
Chris: Man, the kids were all over this swanky hardcover collection of comics by Nicholas Gurewitch. And why not? In the short time he’s been publishing his work on the Internet, Gurewitch has proven himself to be a smart, funny cartoonist who’s capable of adapting his snarky sense of humor into a variety of styles. I wouldn’t be surprised if this turned out to be one of the most popular books of the year.
Chris: This issue starts the whole “Resurrection of Ra’s al Ghul” brouhaha. That sound you hear is my interest in this title, plummeting like a stone.
Countdown to Final Crisis #26
Countdown Presents: Lord Havok and the Extremists #1 (of 6)
Countdown to Adventure #3 ( of 8 )
Countdown to Mystery #2 ( of 8 )
Kevin: This month alone, DC has published five issues of Countdown, and another seven tie-in or spin-off books (including Gotham Underground #1 and Captain Carrot and the Final Ark #1). It’s getting a bit sprawling and Civil War-like, isn’t it?
Crime Bible: The Five Lessons of Blood #1 (of 5)
Chris: Lesson number one: It’s red.
Gon, Vol. 2
Chris: More great manga about a little dinosaur who flouts his authority everywhere he goes, wrecking havoc in the natural world in the process. While the paper stock is a little lesser than the original Paradox Press version, you can’t go wrong with that price point, making this a great introductory manga for folks who think they don’t like manga.
Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter: The First Death #2 (of 2) — Zombie Variant
Kevin: I’ve harped enough about all the zombie variants, but I can’t help but point out that not only does this title have nothing to do with zombies — it has nothing to do with the zombified Marvel superheroes depicted on the variant cover. However, I smile at the thought of all of those variant-cover collectors snatching up this issue only to discover the world of Anita Blake isn’t populated by the walking dead, or by Spandex-clad superheroes, but by rippled and shirtless vampires.
The Immortal Iron Fist, Vol. 1 trade paperback
Kevin: I was this close to making this my pick of the week, but I figured I rave enough about this series month in and month out that spotlighting the trade paperback might be overkill. This collects “The Last Iron Fist Story” (Issues 1-6) by Ed Brubaker, Matt Fraction, David Aja, and a host of guest artists who illustrate the flashback scenes. When I say this is my favorite superhero title, it isn’t hyperbole.
X-Men: Messiah Complex #1
Kevin: The first big X-Men crossover in, well, a while kicks off with this one-shot and then continues for the next three months in Uncanny X-Men, X-Factor, New X-Men and X-Men. (Astonishing X-Men, New Excalibur and Wolverine apparently are spared.) To be honest, I don’t know much about this “event,” other than it involves the birth of the first new mutant since “House of M,” and that ’80s staples the Marauders, the Reavers and the Purifiers all play a role. Afterward, we’ll get new series for Cable and X-Force, I guess.
Alive, Vol. 2
Kevin: “Mysterious virus” ranks right up there with “dystopian future” on my list of least-favorite story elements. That said, I really enjoyed the first volume of Tadashi Kawashima and Adachitoka’s sci-fi drama that’s two parts Suicide Club, one part Demo, and one part, I don’t know, The Facts of Life. In the wake of a sudden global epidemic that causes its victims to kill themselves, a handful of teens wonder how they survived — just as they show signs of superhuman abilities.
Biff Bam Pow #1
Chris: The long-promised, little-seen comic from Evan Dorkin and Sarah Dyer is finally out. A mad-grab of stories by the husband-wife duo, this is one of those long-anticipated books that will more than likely live up to the hype.
BLAB! Vol. 18
Chris: You know the end of the year is near when another BLAB! volume hits the stands. For a while, Monte Beauchamp’s big, squarebound anthology was poo-poohed for being too heavy on the illustration end and not offering enough actual comics work. I believe the last few volumes have started to correct that opinion and suspect that this one will do the same. Featuring work by Mark Zingarelli, Peter Kuper, Sue Coe and the usual gang of idiots.
The Complete 30 Days of Night Trilogy hardcover
Kevin: IDW Publishing packages in a deluxe slipcase Steve Niles and Ben Templesmith’s first three 30 Days of Night miniseries: the original story, Dark Days and Return to Barrow. At $100, it’s a bit pricy, but it might make a good gift.
The Complete Persepolis trade paperback
Chris: If you didn’t feel like springing for the two separate volumes, here they are now, collected into one book, just in time for the animated movie.
The Completely MAD Don Martin hardcover
Chris: I made note of this ginormous collection the other week. I can’t imagine being a fan of the classic Mad Magazine era and not coveting this. Start those Xmas lists now folks.
El Cazador, Vol. 1
Kevin: Hyperion makes a lot of fans of Chuck Dixon and Steve Epting happy with this collection of CrossGen’s pirate series, which ran for six issues in 2003 and 2004.
Hank Ketcham’s Complete Dennis the Menace, Vol. 4: 1957-1958
Chris: Tomboy Gina, she of the belt that never seems to cinch around her waist, makes her first appearance in this fourth volume of Dennis strips. I find that with this series, unlike most of the other ongoing strip collections, I’m getting more to soak in Ketcham’s lovely artwork than for the gags themselves, funny though they usually are.
Maggots graphic novel
Powr Mastrs, Vol. 1
Chris: One book from a Fort Thunder alumnus and one from one of its proteges. Brian Chippendale’s Maggots, like Biff Bam Pow, is one of those books that’s been heard about and promised for years but rarely glimpsed. The two books couldn’t be more different, though, since Maggots is more interested in portraying motion and sequence than say, an actual narrative. Plus, Dorkin and Dyer didn’t draw their comic on top of an upside-down Japanese book catalog. At least I don’t think they did.
Powr Mastrs, meanwhile, does have more of a structured narrative, though creator CF plays fast and loose with it and, you get the feeling, improvs frequently while he draws. You can read a review here.
Moomin: The Complete Tove Jannson Comic Strip, Vol. 2, hardcover
Chris: What an absolute treasure these Moomin strips are. Full of whimsy and lightheartedness, yet tethered by a winking knowledge of how people really treat each other (and themselves). I really can’t thank Drawn and Quarterly enough for introducing me to this series.
Mouse Guard: Winter 1152 #2 (of 6)
Kevin: Although David Petersen’s artwork is still gorgeous, I didn’t find the first issue of this sequel as engaging as the original miniseries. Still, I’m interested enough to keep reading.
Parasyte, Vol. 2
Chris: I picked the first volume of this up at the bookstore based on the strong word of mouth and am glad I did. While Hitoshi Iwaaki’s art is, at best, competent, the inventiveness and surreal humor surrounding the story of a boy and the alien parasite that inhabits his hand makes me eager to check out the second volume.
Storeyville graphic novel
Chris: There was a time, way back in the 1990s, when owning this Frank Santoro mini, originally published to fold out like a newspaper, gave you a certain amount of street cred among the indie comics crowd, or at least so my twentysomething self liked to imagine at the time. Anyway, PictureBox has gracefully taken it upon themselves to offer a deluxe, hardcover version of the comic, complete with a Chris Ware introduction. It’s a beautiful, warm book and I highly recommend it.
Southern Cross hardcover
Chris: A woodcarving, wordless graphic novel done in the style of Lynd Ward and Frans Mansreel, originally published in 1951. Based on the atom bomb testings in the Bikini Atoll, it’s about a peaceful group of Pacific Islanders whose way of life is shattered when American soldiers come to test their weapons. Heavy-handed, but Hyde’s engravings are truly stunning.
Chris: The latest entry in Vertical’s goal of publishing every batshit book by Osamu Tezuka deals with an unrepentant serial killer who disguises himself as a woman and the tormented gay Catholic priest who tries to bring him to justice. the macguffin centers around a deadly poison gas. Who can resist such a premise? In hardcover no less!
Zippy: Walk a Mile in My Muu-Muu
Chris: It’s probably just the cynic in me, but I remain constantly impressed, not to mention pleased as punch, that Bill Griffith’s Zippy is not only still going strong, but actually thriving in newspapers and online after all these years. I’m also glad Fantagraphics is continuing to collect and publish these strips.
The Comics Journal #286
Chris: Paul Gravett talks to British comics superstar Posy Simmonds in what is sure to be a must-read interview. Also, Shaenon Garrity speaks with Gail Simone. In the interest of self-promotion, I should also note I have a couple of reviews in here, including one on Jason Thompson’s new “Complete Manga” book.
Here’s the full list of comics shipping this week:
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