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Archive for February, 2011

Cammy’s Comic Corner – Lowlife (Top Shelf)

This month for the Top Shelf selection, I give you Lowlife by Ed Brubaker. Yes, THAT Ed Brubaker. After reading it, you might look at the man in a whole new light!

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Cammy’s Comic Corner – Episode 156 (2/27/11)

So many good choices this week, only so few spots available. Pick Of The Week goes to Nathan Edmondson & Tonci Zonjic for Who Is Jake Ellis? #2 (Image). Fast Five picks include Fantastic Four #588 (Marvel), King Conan #1 (Dark Horse), Star Trek: Infestation #2 (IDW), Scalped #46 (Vertigo), and Avengers #10 (Marvel).

Remember to vote for The Cammy’s Speech for the Best Picture Oscar!

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Cammy’s Favorite Covers for 2/23/11

Captain America #615 by Marko Djurdjevic

With Captain America on trial, this cover is extremely fitting. It shows Bucky’s struggle with which part of himself to identify with, and how to go about in doing his duty as Captain America. Stand for truth, justice, and all that jazz, or fight against injustice at any means necessary? Again, very fitting cover reflecting the current arc.

 

Morning Glories #7 by Rodin Esqueljo

So what if I just happen to like cheerleaders? Is that so wrong? It’s not their fault they’re so flexible. Anyways, with the comic fans cheering about this new series, it only seems fitting to have the characters cheering right back at them. Okay, that’s not the reason by a long shot, but the cover does look very nice with the combination of the cheerleader and her big…pom-poms, and the old school action dots surrounding her. Good series, good cover, enough said.

 

Metalocalypse: Dethklok #3 by Eric Powell

Oh Eric Powell, this definitely was the perfect collaboration for you. Same look, same dark humor as The Goon, illustrating the Dethklok covers with your style was a match made in hell. Here you have Dr. Rockzo the Rock-N-Roll Clown (he does c-c-c-cocaine), about to dive-in nose first to a mountain of cocaine so large, the last time I saw that much was at Charlie Sheen’s bachelor party. For fans of the [adult swim] show, this mini-series has been both hysterical and enjoyable every issue. Covers like this one is just the icing on the cake.

 

The Amazing Spider-Man #655 by Marcos Martin

It’s the simple covers with minimal details that really make you pay attention. Take this Marcos Martin cover for instance; we see Spidey feeling defeated, and in the center of a web of trouble perhaps caused by him. The blacks and reds of his costume reversed not only look cool, but send the message of something not being okay. This almost looks like something Tim Sale might have done, but if you have a closer look, it’s obviously another Martin masterpiece.

 

Detective Comics #874 by Francesco Francavilla

Without question, Francesco Francavilla is quickly ascending in the ranks as my new favorite artist of the year. Every cover, every issue featuring his glorious interior art, and I’m left speechless. His pulpy feel sells the covers and characters well, giving you a gloomy, yet suspenseful feeling. And the way he plays with the shades of colors on this cover in particular is just fantastic! Give me more Francavilla Batman, DC. I demand this of you.

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Cammy’s Comic Corner – Geeky Talky – Episode 55

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In this episode, I’m joined once again by Nic Fury to discuss the upcoming geeky movies of 2011. Well, they’re not all geeky, but the ones that strike our fancy.

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Cammy’s Comic Corner – Episode 155 (2/20/11)

Action-packed week for comics! Pick Of The Week goes to Mike Costa, Christos Gage, Chee, and Antonio Fuso for G.I. JOE: COBRA #13 (IDW). Fast Five picks include Brightest Day #20 (DC), Darkwing Duck #9 (BOOM! Studios), Thunderbolts #153 (Marvel), Green Lantern Corps #57 (DC), and 28 Days Later #20 (BOOM! Studios).

YO JOE!

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Cammy’s Favorite Covers for 2/16/11

Daredevil: Reborn #2 by Jock

This cover makes me happy. Don’t get me wrong, Jock’s covers always make me happy, but because of the yellow background, I find myself warm and full of smiles. If that sounds slightly odd, then I’ll go with explanation number two; Daredevil is depicted beautifully in the image, and the yellow background really makes him pop. He’s currently a torn soul still trying to redeem himself, and Jock’s raspy interpretation of him really sells it to me. Are you currently holding out for a hero? Then this cover is for you.

Jennifer Blood #1 by Tim Bradstreet

When you have Tim Bradstreet involved in a Garth Ennis project, you know that you’ll be getting some kick-ass covers for sure. With the first issue of Jennifer Blood, we’re treated with nine (you read that correctly) variant covers, and this one is my absolute favorite of the bunch. It’s this cover that gives us the introduction to this new character, and with Bradstreet’s dark and gritty style we get the idea that she’s the kind of broad who isn’t afraid to get a little dirty (or bloody). Jennifer Blood is if the Punisher was a housewife living in the suburbs, and the cover clearly illustrates just that.

Venom Deadpool #1 by Skottie Young

I’ve always been a huge of Skottie’s style. While I do enjoy his interior art in comics, what blows me away every single time are his gorgeous covers. His covers are so good, I’ll buy the crappiest comic just for his cover alone. With this cover, you have the perfectly executed hybrid of Venom and Deadpool. Their costumes really were made for each other. With the addition of the grotesque green tongue, this cover screams “I’d look badass hanging on your bedroom wall”, or at your local punk rock venue.

S.H.I.E.L.D. #6 by Gerald Parel and Dustin Weaver

I nominate this cover to be the image for the first trade. It informs the reader of which main characters are featured, and it’s done in a beautifully almost painted style. The details of each character is enticing and fascinating at the same time, as it keeps you guessing who’s a good witch, and who’s a bad witch. Weaver’s been delivering some great art in general for this series, and this cover proves it a hundred times over.

Thunderbolts #153 by Greg Land and Dan Brown

Believe me, I did a double-take as well when I saw this awesome cover was done in part by Greg Land. Excuse me? Baking powder? Yes, that Greg Land. Sure it’s easy to make a crack that we just haven’t found the porn site where he traced the heroes from yet, but I think it was nothing but honest-to-goodness hard work this time. Is this a new renaissance for Land? As long as he keeps creating covers like this one, I’ll have no more qualms with the man’s work.

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Cammy’s Comic Corner – Geeky Talky – Episode 54

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In this special episode, I’m joined by DC exclusive artist Mike Norton to discuss his new webcomic Battlepug. We also discuss pugs, Young Justice, and upcoming Marvel work.

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Cammy’s Comic Corner – Episode 154 (2/13/11)

Spoiler warning is definitely advised this episode. Pick Of The Week goes to Robert Kirkman & Charlie Adlard for The Walking Dead #81 (Image). Fast Five picks include R.E.B.E.L.S. #25 (DC), Incognito: Bad Influences #3 (Icon), Cinderella: Fables Are Forever #1 (Vertigo), Black Panther: The Man Without Fear #515 (Marvel), and Batgirl #18 (DC).

I would wish you all a Happy Valentines Day, but I’m a cold-hearted bastard with no date.

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Cammy’s Favorite Covers for 2/10/11

The Walking Dead #81 by Charlie Adlard

When you think about The Walking Dead, zombies come to mind. And with this cover, we sure do get a herd of terrifying zombies grabbing at our seemingly doomed heroes. Just the look of terror on Glenn’s face alone sends chills down my spine. I also like the vomit-green coloring of the zombies in the background, making the protagonists in the foreground pop. This cover is like the anti-Hang In There! poster with the adorable kitten on a rope. This is the You’re Fucked! poster for sure.

Cinderella: Fables Are Forever #1 by Chrissie Zullo

When the first Cinderella mini-series came out, I was instantly hooked to Chrissie Zullo’s covers. She made Cinderella pretty, yet a total badass babe. Upon seeing her lovely style once again gracing the covers on this latest series, I once again melted into a warm puddle of goo. Cinderella, in a skimpy outfit, in the snow, packing heat. I don’t know about you, but I think Russia is going to start melting in the background! I think I’d have to claim this cover as being my favorite of the week, if not the entire month.

Justice League: Generation Lost #19 by Dustin Nguyen

Dammit, not again! This cover is simplistic and iconic, yet tells the audience everything they need to know. The shadowy figure with the smoking gun, the fallen hero, all déjà vu to comic fans. I think my favorite detail is the blue smoke rising from the gun, just because it balances well with the other two colors (red and black). While usually Dustin Nguyen gives us extravagant covers with lots of fine detail and pretty colors, this one really stands out as one of his personal bests in my opinion. As depressed as I am about the outcome of this issue, the cover alone is something I would want hanging on my wall.

The Unwritten #22 by Yuko Shimizu

Another Yuko Shimizu cover, and once again I’m stunned by all its radiant beauty. The only thing I can see myself being more fascinated by other than this cover, is Shimizu’s process on creating such a masterpiece. It looks like he took months to create this cover, when in reality I’m sure it took him a week or two because he has his own way of doing things down cold. This cover just screams “adventure”, and all I want to know is where can I sign up?

The Flash #9 by Francis Manapul

Very simple cover; Flash logo, with the Flash himself running right at you. Then again, I just love Manapul’s take on the Flash. I always thought no one should draw the Flash unless it was Scott Kolins, but then here comes along Manapul with his beautiful watercolors, and steals my heart. So yes, although there isn’t much on this cover, it speaks volumes about the character.

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Cammy’s Comic Corner – Geeky Talky – Episode 53

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In this episode, I’m joined by Jeremy Awesome as we look ahead to WonderCon 2011 and Comic-Con 2011. Also, we discuss pants.

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Cammy’s Comic Corner – Book Of The Month – The Other Side

The Other Side

Written by Jason Aaron

Art by Cameron Stewart

Vertigo

Before his epic runs on Wolverine, Ghost Rider, and Scalped, Jason Aaron was still a pipsqueak who just broke into the comics industry after submitting an 8-page story to Marvel. For him to give us The Other Side straight out of the gate is a bold and astounding move for a man who dares to run instead of crawl. Everyone knows about the atrocities that happened during the Vietnam War, but it seems that Aaron is one of the few who tackles the subject of what the other side was also going through. While it wasn’t easy for the United States, it was a hundred times worse for the Vietcong.

We get the tale of two farm boys, each from a different part of the world, and how they arrive during the height of the Vietnam War in 1968. Bill Everette is from Alabama, and Vo Binh Dai is from northern Vietnam. While Dai proudly volunteered to fight for the People’s Army of Vietnam, Everette like many other young men at the time, was drafted. Everette tries every trick in the book to keep from being shipped-off (e.g. tries to catch V.D., openly states he’s a homosexual), but Uncle Sam needs men and he just has to bite the bullet and go fight for his country.

While training, we see the classic drill sergeant archetype from Full Metal Jacket making Everette’s life a living hell. It doesn’t help that during all the stress he’s enduring, he’s starting to see ghosts of corpses from the war. Also, his gun starts talking to him. Upon informing the chaplain of what he’s seeing, in hopes he’ll be deemed unfit for duty, he’s told to suck it up and get ready to go fight overseas.

Everette goes by plane, while Dai goes the way of train, then a long march through the jungles to the frontlines of the war. Dai is very patriotic, and believes that great honor is to be achieved by dying protecting his country from the savage Americans. However, upon seeing the rest of his country for the first time, it seems that perhaps it’s not as glorious as he once thought, as he bears witness to truly unspeakable acts.

Throughout the war, both men are affected by the horrors of the battlefield, and some things just cannot be unseen. Stewart and Aaron do an good job showing how Bill and Vo react to such gruesome scenarios, that it’s no surprise that one of them isn’t coming back home afterwards.

From tigers dragging away corpses to napalm destroying entire villages, Cameron Stewart does an amazing job on art. The reason everything looks so great is because he toured Vietnam for two weeks to get in the mindset for this series, and it definitely can be seen on every page. The hordes of undead soldiers who follow Everette throughout has to be my favorite bits by Stewart, because each corpse looks mangled worse than the one before it. How many other artists can you think of who actually got off their ass to travel to another country to get the genuine feel for an upcoming story?

As for Jason Aaron, he makes it feel authentic by an entirely different connection; his cousin is Gustav Hasford, the Vietnam veteran and author of The Short-Timers which was later adapted to the movie Full Metal Jacket. Aaron got to know his cousin and his cousin’s friends, and you can read and understand their struggles in precise details.

So while The Other Side originally came out a few years ago, it’s Jason Aaron’s first real hit, and was even up for an Eisner. I bring this up because he’s one of the hottest writers today, and it’s always fun to see where they started, and see how much they’ve accomplished since then. Do yourself a favor and pick up The Other Side, then go shoot yourself some Victor Charlie.

Past Book Of The Month Episodes

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Cammy’s Comic Corner – Episode 153 (2/6/11)

While there wasn’t a Pick Of The Week, we do have a delightful Fast Five! Picks include Secret Six #30 (DC), Hulk #29 (Marvel), Invincible #77 (Image), Amazing Spider-Man #653 (Marvel), and Sweet Tooth #18 (Vertigo).

Get your Comic-Con tickets yet?

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Cammy’s Favorite Covers for 2/2/11

Superman 80-Page Giant 2011 #1 by Dustin Nguyen

So obviously there’s a lot going on with this cover. However, since it’s a special issue filled with a variety of different Superman stories, it’s very fitting. You’re immediately swarmed with all sorts of wonderful colors that cause your eyes to dart across the cover rapidly, not having enough time to focus on one character. When you are finally able to rein your retinas in, you treated to the many beautiful illustrations by Dustin Nguyen and his takes on the Superman cast. Villains, heroes, sidekicks, all look lovely on a white canvas. The use of color really makes each of them pop-out, and it’s a very pleasing cover from top to bottom. This would look great as a poster

iZombie #10 by Michael Allred

This cover is very clever; my eyes instantly inform me that there is nudity on this cover, and it’s female nudity (the best kind). No skimpy outfits, no nude-colored costumes, no huge…tracks of land; an actual naked woman, and since it’s so dark, you can barely make-out her nipples. And I’m not the only one noticing; the three vampires behind her are quite aware of her lack of clothing as well. So while myself and the vampires are both hungry, and for different reasons, I applaud Allred for producing a cover so intriguing and so well designed. This cover makes necrophilia look hot.

Hellboy: The Sleeping And The Dead #2 by Mike Mignola

The covers for Hellboy are usually quite simple, but it’s the amount of detail that Mignola puts into each one that really makes it special. You see the iconic Hellboy stance, giant fist balled-up and ready for action, then just horror and supernatural icons surrounding him. Coffins, giant skulls, and bats? Something’s up, and you just know you’re in for a fun adventure! While I do always love Mignola’s covers, he really needs to take some time-off from the movies and just draw another arc or two. I miss his style.

Iron Man: Legacy #11 by Juan Doe

The first time I saw Juan Doe’s work, I was instantly mesmerized by his style. It’s bold, energetic, and eye-popping every single time, and this cover is one of his best pieces in my opinion. The symmetry and abstraction rolled into one forms a unique sense of unity, and yet still maintains order. The man is mysterious, for I know virtually nothing about him, but I’d love to see more interior art by him for sure. If you want a treat go pick-up the Joker’s Asylum: Scarecrow one-shot. He did the art, and it was gorgeous! Just like this cover.

Secret Six #30 by Cliff Chiang

Have I mentioned that it’s fantastic that Cliff Chiang is back and better than ever? Because it certainly is. For the past year he’s been doing a spectacular job on the covers for some of my favorite series (Justice League: Generation Lost), and once again he’s doing the covers for Secret Six. The intensity of Catman combined with the shoot-em’-up styling of Deadshot results in the cover seen here. Chiang not only kills it on colors, but with the energy in this image as well. Fingers-crossed for more Secret Six covers in the near future done by him!

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Cammy’s Comic Corner – Geeky Talky – Episode 52

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In this special episode I’m joined by the Duke of Douche himself (Matt) to discuss the first season of Archer on FX. We ramble, we laugh, we spoon. Spoilers!

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