Archive for James Fulton

Retro-Review: X-Factor #41-70 by Louise Simonson, Paul Smith, Whilce Portacio, and others

It’s interesting to note that these stories coincided with some big changes in Marvel’s other mutant books. »»

The Weekly Round-Up #265 With East Of West #16 & A Little More

The best of the best from the (small) week that was. »»

Retro-Review: Marvel Comics's X-Factor #1-40 by Bob Layton, Louise Simonson, Butch Guice, Walter Simonson, and others

X-Factor #1-40 (Feb ‘86 - May ‘89) Written by Bob Layton (#1-5), Louise Simonson (#6-40), Walter Simonson (#28), and Tom DeFalco (#32) Pencilled by Butch Guice (#1-3, 5-7), Keith Pollard (#4), Marc Silvestri (#8, 12), Terry Shoemaker (#9, 35) »»

The Weekly Round-Up #263

Best Comic of the Week: The Activity #16 - I’m not going to complain about this comic being a year and a half late, because I’m just happy to see that Nathan Edmondson and Mitch Gerads have returned to these characters and this story.  This iss »»

The Weekly Round-Up #262

Best Comic of the Week: The Walking Dead #135 - Maggie is really not having a good day, as she has to deal with the fact that her daughter was attacked by a pair of teens, that Carl just about killed them, that the boys’ parents are angry (and pre »»

Retro-Reviews: An Incomplete Look At Marvel Comics' Avengers 341-402: The 90s By Bob Harras, Mark Waid & 2 Writers, With Steve Epting & 5 Pencillers, Plus Tom Palmer & 3 Inkers

It’s interesting to look at this stuff now, and see how the trends of the 90s played out in what was previously always a pretty staid and calm title. »»

Retro Review: Marvel Comics' Avengers #318-333 By Fabian Nicieza, Mark Gruenwald, Larry Hama, 8 Pencillers & 7 Inkers

This set issues were chosen for this review because my fifteen-year-old self stopped buying the title regularly with issue 333... »»

Retro-Reviews: Marvel Comics' Avengers #305 - 317 By John Byrne, Fabian Nicieza, Paul Ryan & Tom Palmer

I was curious to see how the addition of John Byrne as writer for an extended run would help stabilize things. »»

The Weekly Round-Up #255

Best Comic of the Week: She-Hulk #9 - I was very disappointed to hear that Charles Soule and Javier Pulido's wonderful She-Hulk series is being canceled.  This has been a smart and funny book that makes good use of Jennifer's law degree, and gives »»

The Weekly Round-Up #254

Best Comic of the Week: BPRD Hell on Earth #124 - Here's something we don't see all that often with BPRD, a done-in-one story that focuses on just how changed and messed up the world is these days.  This issue is centred on a guy who works at a cof »»

Retro-Review: The Avengers #288-304

The Avengers #288-304 (February 1988-June 1989) Written by Ralph Macchio (#288-290, 300-303), Mark Gruenwald (#290, 301-303), Walter Simonson (#291-300), and Danny Fingeroth (#304) Breakdowns by John Buscema (#288-300), Walter Simonson (#30 »»

The Weekly Round-Up #253

Featuring Wytches, Batgirl, Axis, and so much more! »»

Retro Review: The Avengers #255-287

Avengers #255-287 (May 1985 - January 1988 Written by Roger Stern, except for #280 (written by Bob Harras) and #286-287 (scripted by Ralph Macchio from a plot by Stern) Breakdowns by John Buscema, finishes by Tom Palmer, except for #280, pencil »»

The Weekly Round-Up #252

Best Comic of the Week: Bucky Barnes: The Winter Soldier #1 - To be clear from the start, I hate the notion that Nick Fury has secretly been fighting cosmic battles for years (with no apparent intelligence network to warn him of coming attacks from »»

The Weekly Round-Up #251

Best Comic of the Week: Outcast #4 - Robert Kirkman and Paul Azaceta are really firing on all cylinders with this title.  It's not the thrill-a-minute ride we usually expect from Kirkman's writing, but is instead a well-paced, methodical exploratio »»

The Weekly Round-Up #250

This is my 250th week of writing this column for Inside Pulse!  To celebrate, I was going to wrap the column in a nice shiny 3D cover, and charge you all an extra dollar to read it, but I can't figure out how to do that over the Internet, so instead »»

The Weekly Round-Up #249

This was a pretty strange, independent kind of week, where even the comics I bought from the Big Two had more of an indie vibe about them.  I like weeks like that. I had a thought this week about the DC Futures End event, and how it pertains to s »»

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