Marvel Team-Up #6 – Review and Spoilers

This Ms. Marvel/Captain Marvel mini-series comes to an end this week with our two heroes facing off a possibly demented and certainly delusional Walter S Lawson, the hapless scientist whose identity Mar-Vell took all those many moons ago. (Well, everyone did think he was dead, to be fair.) With a Kree Starforce team on its way to Earth to investigate, things look set to get… unpleasant. Let’s find out how things go down… Continue reading Marvel Team-Up #6 – Review and Spoilers

POWERS OF X #5 Review

After last week’s HOUSE OF X #5, readers witness the “Resurrection Machine” bring back our X-heroes that daringly died stopping Mother Mold in space. However, this resurrection process is no mere machine; it’s five mutants working in conjunction with Charles Xavier/Cerebro to clone and recreate any mutant that perishes. Moreover, the Professor has built an alliance with some of the most ruthless adversaries the X-world has ever seen. This can’t be good! Nevertheless, the mutants are attempting diplomacy, Xavier’s Krakoan cult begins to blossom, and deals are made with demons from the past. But, how will these choices NOW impact the future? Let’s find out in this week’s all-new POWERS OF X # 5 by Jonathan Hickman. Continue reading POWERS OF X #5 Review

NEW MUTANTS WAR CHILDREN #1 Preview

Don’t miss this momentous event as legendary creators CHRIS CLAREMONT and BILL SIENKIEWICZ reunite with Magik, Wolfsbane, Cannonball, Cypher, Mirage, Karma, and Sunspot to share this never before told story of the New Mutants’ past! When Warlock experiences a nightmare, he begins going haywire, and it’s up to his friends to save him! But as Warlock grows more frenzied, they should be worrying about being able to save themselves…and doubly so when Magik’s inner demon, Darkchylde, threatens to break free! Also, a special guest appearance by none other than Kitty Pryde! Continue reading NEW MUTANTS WAR CHILDREN #1 Preview

POWERS OF X #5 Preview

After last week’s HOUSE OF X #5, readers witness the “Resurrection Machine” bring back our X-heroes that daringly died stopping Mother Mold in space. However, this resurrection process is no mere machine; it’s five mutants working in conjunction with Charles Xavier/Cerebro to clone and recreate any mutant that perishes. Moreover, the Professor has built an alliance with some of the most ruthless adversaries the X-world has ever seen. This can’t be good! Something terrible invariably emerges when mankind plays God, especially when Apocalypse is involved! Nevertheless, the mutants are attempting diplomacy, Xavier’s Krakoan cult begins to blossom, and deals are made with demons from the past. But, how these choices NOW impact the future? Continue reading POWERS OF X #5 Preview

Secret Wars #4 Review (2015)

Was God once a man? You know… before being God. Like the last issue, this reviewer brought up the parallel to the creation story in the Bible to Jonathan Hickman’s SECRET WARS and noticed a few similarities. However, the Bible only speaks of the creation of “our” universe. So, and this critic poses the question, was God once a man? Let’s dive into SECRET WARS #4 by Jonathan Hickman and explore what comes out on the other side! Continue reading Secret Wars #4 Review (2015)

Weird Science Marvel Comics Best Cover of the Week of September 18th, 2019

Read on to see the picks for best cover of the week by the Weird Science Marvel Comics staff. Savage Sword of Conan #9 Writer: Jim Zub Cover Art: Marco Checchetto Don’t let a cover that’s very similar to Return of the Jedi fool you. This may be a monster in a pit but that’s where the similarities end. This is not an elegant weapon … Continue reading Weird Science Marvel Comics Best Cover of the Week of September 18th, 2019

Star Wars Age of Resistance Rey #1 Review

Writer: Tom TaylorArtist: Ramon Rosanas, Guru-eFX, and VC’s Travis LanhamRelease Date: September 18, 2019Cover Price: $3.99 Well we start a new Star Wars one-shot story by Tom Taylor. A writer who anything he writes, I will give it a shot and recommend it even before reading it myself. But it seems like all of his Star Wars one-shots aren’t getting much attention from the general … Continue reading Star Wars Age of Resistance Rey #1 Review