Next up we have The Authority v1 by Warren Ellis, Brian Hitch, Mark Millar, and Frank Quietly. This is probably my favorite superhero team book EVER but it contains nudity, sexual themes, violence, gore, language, and just about everything else you can think of. There’s more rampant homophobia, sexism, and racism in Millar’s run. If you like deconstructionism and campy superheroes, chances are that you’ll love The Authority, just like me.
Today’s second post is about Garth Ennis and Glenn Fabry’s The Authority: More Kev and Garth Ennis and Carlos Ezquerra’s The Authority: The Magnificent Kev. If you like any of Ennis’ work or Britishism, you’ll be a sucker for Kev because it has a checklist of Ennis’ most common themes: nudity, gore, language, explicit sex, homophobic jokes, a plethora of slang (not sure why that’s a warning but it is), violence-a-palooza, and a mundane, every day kind of guy at the center of it all. Read at your own discretion.