Wolverine #2 is a confusing book. Like the first issue in the famous canuck’s new solo series, it feels like it’s split into two, with an opening that excites and an issue that doesn’t.
Humanoid’s Life Drawn imprint introduces Little Josephine: A Memory in Pieces by writer Valérie Villieu and artist Raphaël Sarfati. This is a moving, visually stunning chronicle of the relationship between a caregiver and her patient, Josephine, who is living with Alzheimer’s, a disease that has stolen away too many loved ones before their time.
Once again, Kate and Rachel team up to review the X-Men/Fantastic Four miniseries, otherwise known as The Continuing Saga of Why Isn’t There More Johnny Storm, Chip?
How are you doing? Are you looking after yourself? Baking some bread? Considering a DIY cut and dye job, perhaps? Good. Stuff’s hard and you deserve a distraction. Like this weeks news! You’re welcome. While you would like to think that even in times like these the comics machine would keep on keeping on it…