Details: More information can be found at https://www.marvel.com/comics/issue/13446/silver_surfer_requiem_2007_1
Silver Surfer: Requiem is a nice little miniseries that tells a what if story: what if the Silver Surfer was dying? It’s written by the titular J. Michael Straczynski.
Details: More information can be found at https://www.marvel.com/comics/series/20897/vision_2015_-_2016
Vision is one of the most revered comic books in recent memory. Lots of people call it a masterpiece. I think it even won and Eisner Award, which is like the Oscars for comic books. After finally reading through it, I can see why they’d say that.
Details: More information can be found at https://www.dccomics.com/blog/2018/07/20/batman-hush-is-getting-an-animated-movie and https://www.imdb.com/title/tt8752440/
Batman: Hush was surprisingly good considering how crappy the past few DC Comics animated movies have been in my opinion. Most amazingly is how the movie offers something new-ish for people already familiar with the comic book.
Details: More information can be found at https://myanimelist.net/manga/109032/Yasei_no_Last_Boss_ga_Arawareta
I think this is the official site, it’s in Japanese though: https://www.comic-earthstar.jp/detail/wildlastboss/
A Wild Last Boss Appeared! is another cookie cutter isekai story. It doesn’t do anything new, but if you like the genre, you’ll likely enjoy this.
The story is about a video game player who gets transported into the video game he plays. He turns into his character, which is a female, so he gets gender bent. In this world, the character he inhabits was an overpowered villain, so now he’s coming to terms with that.
It’s not an original story. There’s a lot of fighting. A lot of anime tropes. The art is pretty good.
Overall, this manga was just okay. Feel free to skip it.
The video below has some spoilers, but they warn you before showing them.
Details: More information can be found at https://imagecomics.com/comics/series/the-walking-dead-1
Score: 7/10 for issue #193, 8/10 for the series as a whole
Much like his past series Invincible, Robert Kirkman has suddenly ended his Walking Dead comic book series, a series that spawned the television show and who knows how much merchandising money. Again, like in Invincible, the Walking Dead comic book has felt stagnant for a while. As a series that depended largely on shock plot twists, this sudden ending at least offers some final surprise to a series that seemed to be dying a slow death.