Sunday, September 28, 2008

Review Rail 02 : Cuti lagi

As if I don't go on enough timeouts but you know, I like the outdoors. Before I go out for a while let's roll this message out from our resident geeks:


Hello there! Just thought I throw in my suggestions for the month. First up is a piece of software to keep your comic collection organized. With Comic Collecterz I can record how much each comic was, where I purchased it, what condition it's in. I'm completely blown away by how the website already has so much information on the books I have! It works with Issues, Hardcovers and Trade paperbacks. Try it at

Now let's get to the comics.

1. Ultimate Spider-Man Vol 20 TPB - And His Amazing Friends. Writer - Brian Michael Bendis, Pencils - Stuart Immonen

Story involves around young Peter Parker in his school days with appearance from Johnny Storm a.k.a Human Torch of Fantastic Four, Shocker and even Magneto. New illustrator Stuart Immonen marks his debut for this volume as a permanent artist. The writing and story line are very good and the art work is excellent. Gathers issues #112-117.

2. Scud The Disposable Assassin The Whole Shebang TPB - Story - Rob Schrab, Dan Harmon & Mondy Carter, Art & Cover - Rob Schrab

Scud is programmed to destroy a basement monster but he will self destruct if he does, so the robotic assassin puts the wounded creature on life support and becomes a freelance assassin to pay for the hospital bills. Collects SCUD # 1 - #24.

3. Fathom : The Definitive Edition TPB. Written by Michael Turner and Bill O'Neil, Pencils by Michael Turner

Aspen presents the most complete collection of Michael Turner's first creator-owned series, Fathom, with this Definitive Trade Paperback Edition! The rare Fathom Preview, issues #0 and #1/2, both of which have never been collected in a trade before now! Issues #1 through #9, and the sold-out issues #10 and #11, also making their first trade debut! Now available for pre-ordering at your local comic store. Comics Mart Midvalley!

4. Hulk Premium Hardcover Vol 1 - Red Hulk - Writer - Jeph Loeb, Pencils - Ed McGuinness

Superstars Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuinness will change the way you see the Hulk! In this startling origin epic, the breathtaking events that ended WORLD WAR HULK rocket into this brand-new saga. When one of the Hulk`s oldest cast members is murdered, everyone turns to the team of Iron Man, She-Hulk and Leonard Samson to solve the grizzly case. All the evidence points to the Hulk as the killer, but all is not as it seems! Collecting HULK #1-6 and the backup story from WOLVERINE #50.




My Opinion of Spiderman : Civil War, Spiderman : Back in Black & One More Day.

Do not groan at me! Groan elsewhere!

I have been following these titles starting from Spiderman civil war, Peter Parker civil war,
Back in Black to Brand New Day. I have to admit that in Civil war Spiderman stories is more interesting to follow than BIB and OMD. It all started with CW when Peter decided to reveal his identity and how everything went downhill from there. In Back in Black, the stories bring together Peter's problems with his wife, aunt May and the death of Captain America.
I felt the stories are too slow with a lot of drama between Peter Parker, Mary Jane and his fellow superheroes.

Spiderman : One More Day is another week of stories about saving aunt May from death and the deal with Mephisto. What a stupid reason it is to save someone life, and this doesn't look like Peter Parker in his true self. I always figured him much smarter than to agree to a deal with frigging Mephisto.

In conclusion I like Spiderman and I don't care what the haters (including Norman) thinks. I don't even care if this is old news. HAH!


With that we wrap up this month's Review Rail. Thanks everyone and see you again when I get back.


faizalmukhtar said...

kome buang le link KLP tu. dah pupus dah.

tukar dengan MANTERAWORKS plak. baru kacip!

Norman said...

Boleh! Aku lama tak periksa link2 aku letak sini.