"Hey wait a minute," you say. "There's still a Wednesday left in February," you say! What about those comics?
Well, I'm not getting any of those, so it's safe to say that I've read all of February's comics that I'm going to read. Here are the things from those comic books that came out this month, that I liked, that you might like too:
by Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque
What a frightening panel! If you look around the vampire's lower jaw, you can see that it actually protrudes outside of the skin. You can see all the muscles in their lower gums -- this is a trademark of the American vampire, and it's a frightening visual!
by John Layman and Rob Guillory
So here's Mason Savoy dressed up as a nurse, so he could take the blood from a bedridden kung fu champion, so he could feed it to Olive Chu, so she could learn kung fu too.
Someone, somewhere is going to find this sexy.
by Mark Waid and Paolo Rivera
by Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato
Panels like this are why I don't choose to read Flash digitally. I could save myself a walking trip, and just get it on comixology.com, but I simply wouldn't be able to zoom out and digest a page in the right way. There are some images that you have to hold the page in front of your eyes, so you can look everywhere, and see everything simultaneously, and this two-page spread is that kind of image.
The use of color is so exciting. I love how the Flash's reds and yellows pop out of the snow white background. Couple that with the creative uses of his super powers, and The Flash is the comic book ideal: it's where exciting colors and creative visuals come together.
by Eric Powell with Dave Stewart
Visual irony! Gotta love it.
by Kurtis J. Wiebe and Tyler Jenkins
This one's a weird, subtle panel from the issue that caught my eye. Peter Panzerfaust takes the shell of an artillery round, and you can see the outline of his body. And he survives!
by Rick Remender and Gabriel Hardman
original review. Well done.
Captain Britain's reasoning for why he'd make a better Secret Avengers leader than Harkeye. He is literally the life-version of the ">=O" emoticon. I love it.
by Brian Bendis and Chris Samnee
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