(Sources will be cited at the end of the article) I've mentioned Andrew Rev in passing a couple times. It has been mainly in how he bought Elementals from Bill Willingham when he bought Comico in the early 1990s. Andrew Rev disappeared from the face of the Earth after the collapse of the 90s collapse of the comic book industry. Word has it that every time someone inquired about buying Elementals from him, he immediately would ask an exorbitant amount for the property and negotiations would collapse.
Youngblood is infamous. As one of the first Image titles, it was so anticipated that it sold more copies than any other independently comic at that point. However, creator Rob Liefeld's reputation as a bad artist has tarnished it despite efforts by some really good writers to explore the central theme of superheroes as celebrities. The series has a habit of not finishing planned stories and not meeting commitments of completed mini-series.
New Mutants #98 marks a departure from me in writing these reviews. My golden rule in writing any review is not to write a negative review. I also try not to go into a comic that I actually haven't read with no pre-conceived notions. That's usually hard for me to do, but given that this book features a character that I don't really care for, although his movie was really good and an artist that I consider one of the worst artists of my generation. It's hard not going into this comic with the expectation that it will be bad.
Hail Hydra! By now the word has gotten out that last week, it was revealed that Steve Rogers has been, oh, obligatory spoiler warning...
Scoop.com revealed their Convention Exclusives. Rob Liefeld has done a convention exclusive cover of IDW’s Dark Cybertron #1. Done in the style of Cable’s first appearance in New Mutants. This is in addition to SL Gallant doing one as well for G.I. Joe #196, and Dan Parent doing one for My Little Pony #12. There would be pictures but