It is with a heavy heart that I announce Isotropic Fiction will be going on hiatus for the foreseeable future. The key word here is hiatus. Know that we will be back. It is a question of when and not IF.
There is an intentional stiffness to many of the scenes as if one were paging through a collection of old time photographs. This adds to the suspense during the darker and more challenging moments of Tesla’s life, giving the characters a cloak and daguerreotype atmosphere.
With all the character transformations, it’s easy to forget that Boxers isn’t a superpower fantasy or mythology. It’s easy to forget that these were real people and real lives with modern, real consequences.
Most importantly, Action Teenz #2 was fun. It stands on its own, and readers will look forward to seeing where Action Teenz #3 goes. Hopefully it won’t be as long a wait.
X-Men has already proven to be a powerful franchise only made better by Brian Wood’s story and Oliver Coipel’s art. If issue #1 of the X-Men is any indicator, Marvel NOW, Marvel’s major relaunch that began in September 2012, has great surprises ahead.
There are few graphic novel writer/artist teams as satisfying Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso. From 1999 to 2009, they rocked the comic book world with the Eisner Award winning series 100 Bullets. In 2011, they did it again with Spaceman. For those who missed the issues at their local comic book store, DC imprint Vertigo has now released the collected Spaceman: The Deluxe Edition.