Dan Slott is an American comic book writer best known for his work on books such as The Amazing Spider-Man, Arkham Asylum: Living Hell, She-Hulk, and the twice monthly The Superior Spider-Man. He lives in New York City. show more
Dan Slott is an American comic book writer best known for his work on books such as The Amazing Spider-Man, Arkham Asylum: Living Hell, She-Hulk, and the twice monthly The Superior Spider-Man. He lives in New York City.
Birth date: January 01, 1967
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I think that the problem is this was handed to writers that either aren't that great or aren't that invested in this. Notable as the first comic book appearance of Harley Quinn but barely worth watching even for that.
What would you during the apocalypse?I love the way this volume answers that question, and for more characters than our protagonist. More than that, getting back into these volumes reminded me why I love this series so much. The whole Khan family is awesome and so are Ms. Marvel's friends.This volum...
This posits that Jennifer Walters is a smart, studious lawyer, and She-Hulk is an uncontrollable party girl. It's actually an intriguing supposition, if it hadn't been dealt with the way it had been. See, Jennifer Walters is embarrassed that people might sleep with She-Hulk and wake up to see h...
And I wasn't sure: I wanted something to eat up some more points, but wasn't sure what to do. I'd read the first Hawkeye volume - My Life As a Weapon - so wanted things I hadn't read yet. Still, Marvel has a pretty awful history with clones. Some of their clones stories are just godawful, like t...
This is an absolute delight: the relationship between Dawn and The Surfer - finally nailed down as love by yet another character - is complex, and realistic. They're both dancing around the subject, although it's more complicated since The Surfer doesn't understand so much about humans and human n...