Check out my reviews for last weeks comic book cartoons, Ultimatum: Spider-Man Requiem #1 and Invincible Iron Man #14 over at Rokk’s Comic Book Revolution. Also I posted a new poll here on the Legacy to see if I should change the day of when I post the Highlights of the Week or keep them on the same day. So let me know what you think by voting on which day I should post them. Now on to the highlights of this week.
Even though I am not a big fan of Alex Ross’s interior artwork I always love his cover’s. He always knocks it out of the ballpark with his covers and this one for Cap #600 is no difference. Wouldn’t mind having this as a poster in my room.
Nothing like seeing the original Avengers team to remind you how good the Avengers used to be as a team and not a group of individuals.
Got to wonder what this gun actually did to Steve: Did it transport him to an alternate world? Into the past? Future? Or something else?
Nothing like some good old training with some friends.
Well Red Skull we will find out starting next week during Captain America: Reborn.
Nice to see how Steve touch people outside of the superhero community.
Rich people like to collect things to.
Nothing like returning to the old reliable suit when on the run from the US government.
And the award for lamest superhero name goes to: Pepper Potts and her superhero name of ‘Rescue.’ Congrats Pepper! You just became 5x less interesting.
Maria Hill sure knows how to be subtle when trying to get someone’s attention.
Madame Masque was a able to use her “Masque Senses” to locate Tony. At least that is the explanation that Fraction gave us.
Nothing like some good old fashion superhero summer cleaning!
A nice moment for Bruce/Zatanna (Bratanna?) shippers before it is taken away.
To really see how bad the Ultimatum disaster was you Ultimate Spider-Man has been the place to see it not the actual Ultimatum event title.
‘Counterintuitive’? I barely knew 4 syllable words in high school. Gotta be impressed with MJ’s interview skills at the young age of 16.
Good to see that Bendis does actual know that Tony is a superhero. Now only if he realized this about the 616 version of the character.
I feel ya Pete, tuition is a bitch to get and pay.
After finally admitting that Spider-Man is a hero Jonah learns that CNN is reporting the Spider-Man is dead. Talk about irony!
2 thoughts on “Legen–wait for it—dary Comic Book Highlight for 6/17/09”
Did you like the first Requiem? I didn't, it seemed like they were just trying to fit in bagleys art, because I Hydra teamup issue didn't show how great of a hero he really was (is?).
@Douge: Ya I reviewed it over at Rokk's Comic Book Revolution. Here's a link to my review:
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