Everything We Read This Week – 01/02/2019

Everything We Read This Week – 01/02/2019

Welcome to our first review column of the new year.  This is the place that we make our weekly trip through this week’s pull-list. It features mostly spoiler-free brief analysis and commentary of each book.

There are a lot of good books out this week. We reviewed a bunch of them below. We reviewed books from DC, Marvel, Dark Horse, Boom!, and Aftershock. Make sure you go find some comics to read.  Hopefully, you might find what we say interesting enough to try some of these comics.

Marvel Comics tribute covers to Stan Lee continue this week. DC also added a tribute to Stan on the last page of their books starting this week.

Also, Don’t forget to check our hotlist of new books debuting this month over here. You will see books that we were looking forward to with the designation Hot #1 by them. There are a few of them out this week and they are really good.

DISCLAIMER: 

There is a 4 star rating system. It is simple and not to be taken too seriously as everyone gets their own impressions of art. These ratings are just to give our readers an idea of what we thought of the book, and they will be on the generous side normally. So don’t expect to see a lot of 1 Stars. After all, it’s not often that you have a bad book on your pull-list.

The rating system is as follows:

Great

 Good

 OK

 Not Good

Also look for the book we deemed Favorite Book of the Week. It is the comic that we like the most this week. The criteria are difficult to pin down, but suffice to say it is a book that moved us.

And here are the books we read in alphabetical order:

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Legendary Entertainment Acquires Aftershock Comic ‘Animosity’ For Feature Film

Legendary Entertainment Acquires Aftershock Comic ‘Animosity’ For Feature Film

Legendary Entertainment has acquired the worldwide film rights to the hit Aftershock Comics story “Animosity”. “Animosity” is a tale about a world in which all animals can suddenly talk and think with human-like processes. It follows an eleven year old girl named Jesse and her hound dog Sandor.

“Animosity” was created by the prolific Margueritte Bennett with art by Rafael de Latorre. It has spawned two spin-off mini-series also under the Aftershock label.

Lee Kramer and Jon Kramer of Aftershock Media will produce the feature with oversight by Legendary’s Jon Silk.

This story has a lot of potential for film exploration and continues to be one of the best books from Aftershock and Ms. Bennett.

Source: Legendary Sets Apocalyptic Comic ‘Animosity’ For Feature | Deadline