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New DC comic has Riddler committing his most heinous crime yet: starting a podcast

Riddler refreshed fashion. detective cartoonAnd I couldn’t be happier for him.

Iterating in Riddler can be difficult. many Writers and artists have tried to modernize the flashy, green, smartly protected trivia in terms of outfits and mood swings of the comic book supervillains to something closer to contemporary fashion. He has barely dressed minions with question mark scars and subject names. At some point he started wearing a black suit with black lipstick and a shirt. I deliberately unbuttoned his question mark neck tattoo. But none of that lasts forever.

So, why am I so excited about this new thing? Because Mariko Tamaki and Nadia Shammas have finally found the best reason for Riddler to wear a bowler in 2022. thatDemonstrates understanding of the character.

What else is going on on the pages of our favorite cartoons? We’ll let you know. Welcome to Monday Funnies, Polygon’s weekly list of books our comic editors enjoyed over the past week. Some are social pages about the lives of superheroes, some are recommended readings and some take a look at this wonderful art. There may be some spoilers. You may not have enough context. But there will be great cartoons. (And if you missed the last issue, read this.)


Detective Comics #1059

Images: Mariko Tamaki, Nadia Shammas, Ivan Reis/DC Comics

father. A closeup on his terrible mustache! no! He’s forcing Gotham to listen to his daily morning show (streamed on radio and live video), which only preaches in a way that plausibly denies the recent series of murders he was clearly responsible for! Hope it’s perfect and lasts forever!

Gate 750

Image: Al Ewing, Lee Garbett/Marvel Comics

For the many who hold R Ewing and Lee Gabett Loki: Agent of Asgard If you’re interested, you should know that you can get the full short story to go back to his version. Thor #750!

Justice League #75

Image: Joshua Williamson, Rafa Sandoval/DC Comics

Justice League… dead. What was expected to happen at this week’s milestone Justice League The cornerstone edition for DC’s upcoming series of crossover events. Dark Crisis, and friends with friends to pick up some of the Earth’s defenses against a new wave of super-villains. Nevertheless: Faria? Is Faria the one who killed the Justice League, the Prometheus punishment for watching all the crises for the rest of the time?

Honestly, good for him.

Saber Tooth #3

Mutants Skin and Madison Jeffries discuss how to feel comfortable in a mutant body sitting on the cliffs of Krakoa in Sabretooth #3 (2022).

Image: Victor LaValle, Leonard Kirk/Marvel Comics

saber teeth, a cartoon about Sabretooth surprises me with all the issues of what it’s actually about. we are nice place But with X-Men’s most collectible villain? Let’s escape Alcatraz, but with Krakoa? We may be paradise islands, but are we writing a book about the difficulties of being slightly mutated characters in a place where all power is undemocratically concentrated on those with the most useful mutations and those who know them?

Whatever the answer, in the meantime, this book shows what I like the most about the X-Men. This book introduces several characters I’ve never read before and makes me fall in love with them.


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New DC comic has Riddler committing his most heinous crime yet: starting a podcast

The Riddler has gotten a fashion refresh in Detective Comics, and I couldn’t be happier for him.
It can be tricky to iterate on the Riddler. Many writers and artists have attempted to modernize the flamboyant, verdantly suited, and nattily-hatted quizzer into something more aligned with modern fashion — both in terms of clothes and the changing vibe of comic book supervillains. He’s been given question-mark scars and scantily clad henchwomen with themed names. Once, he just started wearing black lipstick and a black suit with the shirt wantonly unbuttoned to show off his question-mark neck tattoo. But none of those looks ever last.
So why am I so into this new one? Because Mariko Tamaki and Nadia Shammas have finally found the best reason for the Riddler to wear a bowler in 2022: He’s an insufferable menace who delights in being awful on purpose. That’s showing your understanding of the character.
What else is happening in the pages of our favorite comics? We’ll tell you. Welcome to Monday Funnies, Polygon’s weekly list of the books that our comics editor enjoyed this past week. It’s part society pages of superhero lives, part reading recommendations, part “look at this cool art.” There may be some spoilers. There may not be enough context. But there will be great comics. (And if you missed the last edition, read this.)
Detective Comics #1059

Image: Mariko Tamaki, Nadia Shammas, Ivan Reis/DC Comics
God. The close-up on his horrible mustache! I hate it! He’s forcing Gotham to listen to his daily morning show (on radio and streamed as live video) where all he does is pontificate in a plausibly deniable way about the latest rash of murders he’s obviously responsible for! It’s perfect, and I hope it lasts forever!
Thor #750

Image: Al Ewing, Lee Garbett/Marvel Comics
For the many folks who hold Al Ewing and Lee Garbett’s Loki: Agent of Asgard close to their hearts, they should know that they get a whole short story to return to their version of him in Thor #750!
Justice League #75

Image: Joshua Williamson, Rafa Sandoval/DC Comics
The Justice League … is dead. Which we knew was going to happen in this week’s landmark Justice League issue, in order to pave the way for DC’s upcoming crossover event series Dark Crisis, which is all about their sidekicks and friends picking up the pieces of Earth’s defense against newly energized supervillains. Still: Pariah? Pariah, the guy whose Promethean-style punishment is that he must observe every crisis event for the rest of time, is the guy who killed the Justice League?
Honestly, good for him.
Sabretooth #3

Image: Victor LaValle, Leonard Kirk/Marvel Comics
Sabretooth, the comic about Sabretooth, keeps surprising me with what it’s actually about with every issue. Are we doing The Good Place but with the X-Men’s least redeemable villain? Are we doing an Alcatraz escape, but with Krakoa? Are we doing a book about the difficulties of being a minor mutant character on an island that may be a paradise, but where all power is non-democratically concentrated in those with the most useful mutations, and the people who know them?
Whatever the answer turns out to be, in the meantime, the book is doing my favorite X-Men thing: introducing me to a bunch of characters I’ve never actually read about before and making me fall in love with them.

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New DC comic has Riddler committing his most heinous crime yet: starting a podcast

The Riddler has gotten a fashion refresh in Detective Comics, and I couldn’t be happier for him.
It can be tricky to iterate on the Riddler. Many writers and artists have attempted to modernize the flamboyant, verdantly suited, and nattily-hatted quizzer into something more aligned with modern fashion — both in terms of clothes and the changing vibe of comic book supervillains. He’s been given question-mark scars and scantily clad henchwomen with themed names. Once, he just started wearing black lipstick and a black suit with the shirt wantonly unbuttoned to show off his question-mark neck tattoo. But none of those looks ever last.
So why am I so into this new one? Because Mariko Tamaki and Nadia Shammas have finally found the best reason for the Riddler to wear a bowler in 2022: He’s an insufferable menace who delights in being awful on purpose. That’s showing your understanding of the character.
What else is happening in the pages of our favorite comics? We’ll tell you. Welcome to Monday Funnies, Polygon’s weekly list of the books that our comics editor enjoyed this past week. It’s part society pages of superhero lives, part reading recommendations, part “look at this cool art.” There may be some spoilers. There may not be enough context. But there will be great comics. (And if you missed the last edition, read this.)
Detective Comics #1059

Image: Mariko Tamaki, Nadia Shammas, Ivan Reis/DC Comics
God. The close-up on his horrible mustache! I hate it! He’s forcing Gotham to listen to his daily morning show (on radio and streamed as live video) where all he does is pontificate in a plausibly deniable way about the latest rash of murders he’s obviously responsible for! It’s perfect, and I hope it lasts forever!
Thor #750

Image: Al Ewing, Lee Garbett/Marvel Comics
For the many folks who hold Al Ewing and Lee Garbett’s Loki: Agent of Asgard close to their hearts, they should know that they get a whole short story to return to their version of him in Thor #750!
Justice League #75

Image: Joshua Williamson, Rafa Sandoval/DC Comics
The Justice League … is dead. Which we knew was going to happen in this week’s landmark Justice League issue, in order to pave the way for DC’s upcoming crossover event series Dark Crisis, which is all about their sidekicks and friends picking up the pieces of Earth’s defense against newly energized supervillains. Still: Pariah? Pariah, the guy whose Promethean-style punishment is that he must observe every crisis event for the rest of time, is the guy who killed the Justice League?
Honestly, good for him.
Sabretooth #3

Image: Victor LaValle, Leonard Kirk/Marvel Comics
Sabretooth, the comic about Sabretooth, keeps surprising me with what it’s actually about with every issue. Are we doing The Good Place but with the X-Men’s least redeemable villain? Are we doing an Alcatraz escape, but with Krakoa? Are we doing a book about the difficulties of being a minor mutant character on an island that may be a paradise, but where all power is non-democratically concentrated in those with the most useful mutations, and the people who know them?
Whatever the answer turns out to be, in the meantime, the book is doing my favorite X-Men thing: introducing me to a bunch of characters I’ve never actually read about before and making me fall in love with them.

#comic #Riddler #committing #heinous #crime #starting #podcast


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