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Matt Fraction
Before joining Marvel Comics, writer Matt Fraction had already established his reputation as an emerging new talent with his work on Last of the Independents. Fraction’s tale of a bank robbery gone wrong earned him a coveted “A” grade from Entertainment Weekly, as well as interest from Marvel.... show more



Before joining Marvel Comics, writer Matt Fraction had already established his reputation as an emerging new talent with his work on Last of the Independents. Fraction’s tale of a bank robbery gone wrong earned him a coveted “A” grade from Entertainment Weekly, as well as interest from Marvel. After taking on a short story assignment in the anthology title X-Men Unlimited, Fraction was handpicked to launch two of Marvel’s biggest projects for 2006: Punisher War Journal with artist Ariel Olivetti, and Immortal Iron Fist, with co-writer Ed Brubaker and artist David Aja. Both series met with overwhelming critical and fan acclaim, selling out their respective first issues within days of release. This led to two even bigger projects: The launching of Invincible Iron Man, a high-profile first issue premiering the same month as the blockbuster film; and Uncanny X-Men, written in tandem with Immortal Iron Fist partner Brubaker. In addition to his Marvel work, Fraction writes Casanova, an off-beat series illustrated by Gabriel Bá which recently moved to Marvel’s Icon imprint. He is also a talented filmmaker and graphic designer, heading up the MK12 firm with a worldwide client base that includes Adidas, MTV and Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim. Fraction remains one of Marvel’s most popular writers; other credits include The Order and Thor: Ages of Thunder.

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Birth date: December 12, 1975
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Folding Paper & Spilling Ink
Folding Paper & Spilling Ink rated it 3 months ago
Can I just cut and paste my review from the third volume? Because that would pretty much cover it. Art = yes. Writing = yes. Weirdness in spades = yeppers. Hilarious little details if you squint = absolutely. A pretty great feminist speech by Dr. Kincaid = you got it. Relationship woes for our heroe...
Folding Paper & Spilling Ink
Folding Paper & Spilling Ink rated it 3 months ago
More adventures for the sex criminals. If you're looking into reading volume three by now you know what to expect from both the writing and art style (although this volume seemed extra meta, in a funny way). This volume introduced an asexual character, and I thought handled that exploration really w...
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drallapaul rated it 9 months ago
Maybe it's me but this comic collection is a bit hard to follow. A fair amount of patience is needed and perseverance although it is nicely-produced and quite interesting. It's about how our data is collected, owned and used – in the distant future. Not sure about this as you may have gathered. I ...
Folding Paper & Spilling Ink
Folding Paper & Spilling Ink rated it 9 months ago
Hmm. I absolutely adored the first volume, but this one was a bit flat for me. I still liked it, but I didn't love it. Perhaps part of what felt lacking is the contrast. The first volume is more fun and lively as our two heroes get to know one another and explore their powers. In this volume they've...
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus rated it 9 months ago
I picked this up as a freebie a while back, and just haven't gotten around to this. I don't know, guys. I really don't. I enjoyed a bunch of this, but Civil War became this big tangled mess, and while it's nice to see how The Punisher saved Spider-Man, it makes me aware of what a big mess these ...
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