Punisher Annual #1 Review

Written by: Karla Pacheco Art by: Andy Gorham and Andy Owens, and Szymon Kudranski Colours by: Matt Milla, and Erick Arciniega Letters by: VC’s Cory Petit Annuals are funny things. Being one-off issues, they represent an opportunity for experimentation and the kind of off-the-wall storytelling that doesn’t always present itself in regular monthly titles. Marvel has deliberately embraced that opportunity this summer with a number … Continue reading Punisher Annual #1 Review

Superior Spider-Man #9 Review

Superior Spider-Man is with all honesty one of the books I look forward to releasing most each and every month as an ongoing title.  The adventures of Ock as he figures out the ins and outs of hero-hood are nothing short of greatly entertaining and now that we’ve gotten the mandatory War of the Realms tie-ins out of the way we can get back to business.
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Daredevil #8 Review

Daredevil had been one of my favorite books at Marvel since it came out and I don’t even consider myself a Daredevil fan. Chip Zdarsky has done such a good job of tearing down Matt;s world that I can’t wait to see him get back on top again (if you can consider being Daredevil the “top” that is). So, do we get a couple of steps up the ladder this issue? Let’s find out… Continue reading Daredevil #8 Review

Spider-Man: Life Story #5 Review

Writer: Chip Zdarksy Art Team: Mark Bagley, John Dell, Frank D’Armata Release Date: July 17, 2019 Cover Price: $4.99 Spider-Man: Life Story has been a very enjoyable else-worlds tale that answered the age old question of what if Marvel’s Super Hero’s aged in real time. The Life Story creative team has also done an excellent job of showcasing different events of the various time periods, … Continue reading Spider-Man: Life Story #5 Review

Deadpool #15 Review

I have really enjoyed Skottie Young’s time on this book since Fresh Start and am sad to see him go. At least Marvel didn’t make him write tie-ins to a big event right before his run ended, right? RIGHT?!? Oh well, we do get an over sized issue so he can tie up the loose ends and finish the run in style. So, did it end with a BANG? Let’s find out… Continue reading Deadpool #15 Review

Secret Warps: Ghost Panther Annual #1 Review

The stunt-riding cursed king of Wakanda, the Ghost Panther, heads to the year 2099 in this week’s all-new SECRET WARPS GHOST PANTHER ANNUAL #1 by Al Ewing and Daniel Kibblesmith. Can he rally the inheritors of the legacy of his fellow heroes to defeat the Martian invaders? Let’s dive in and find out! Continue reading Secret Warps: Ghost Panther Annual #1 Review