The Fourthman lets you pick one book a week for an advanced look at whether it is worth your money!
All Marvel this week as I have not seen anything from Boom or anyone else yet and don’t want to delay the poll further.
Poll closes Sunday at Midnight, and I will get the review up on Monday!
Siege: Loki #1
WRITER: Kieron Gillen
PENCILS: Jamie McKelvie
Siege: Loki, from Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie, goes deep into the mind of Siege’s most devious major player!
Punisher Max #6
WRITER: JASON AARON
PENCILS: STEVE DILLON
“BULLSEYE,” PART ONE They say he’s the deadliest assassin the world has ever known. They say that once he sets his sights on someone, he never misses, no matter what he has to go through to get them. Though his methods may seem unorthodox, even insane, they say he’s never failed to kill a single target. No one knows where he comes from or why he does it. No one knows his name. They all just call him Bullseye. And now he’s come to New York City, with his sights set on Frank Castle. Let the hunt begin. If you thought our new MAX version of Kingpin was intense, you ain’t seen nothing yet.
The Savage Axe of Ares #1
WRITER: John Barber, Gregg Hurwitz, Ted Mckeever & Duane Swierczynski
PENCILS: Ted McKeever, Jefte Palo, C.P. Smith & Leonardo Manco
Ares, the greatest warrior the world has ever known, has lived for thousands of years, wandering the earth and waging war on his enemies. His acts and his axe are legendary and here, in stark black and white, are four tales of how he changed the world through violence. Through brutality. Through war… Don’t miss this all-new, all-action, all-black-and-white one-shot in the spirit of the Mighty Marvel Magazines of yore, but ALL-NOW in style!
Marvel Adventures Superheroes #1
WRITER: Paul Tobin
ARTIST: Ronan Cliquet
"Captain America, Iron Man, the Black Widow, Thor, the Vision, Nova, and the Invisible Woman…a powerful collective of the greatest heroes the world has ever known. They are the Avengers, and they want it known they’re here to stay. But when Magneto and his Brotherhood of Mutants threaten to destroy several major cities unless their demands for mutant supremacy are met, the Avengers are forced to quit looking to the future, and start hoping to live through the day!"
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Posted originally: 2010-04-10 08:21:16