Review: Doctor Doom #8

Writer: Christopher Cantwell Artist(s): Salvador Larocca & GURU-eFX Letterer: VC’s Cory Petit Cover(s): Salvador Larocca & GURU-eFX Release Date: 28 October, 2020 Price: $3.99USD Warning: Spoilers! Here are some answers for your next bar trivia: Ever wondered where on the actual earth Latveria and Symkaria are? How about how many swords Victor Von Doom has in his sword room? Remember when you bought that Doom … Continue reading Review: Doctor Doom #8

Captain America #22 Review

Writer: Ta-Nehisi Coates & Bob Quinn Artist(s):Matt Milla Letterer: VC’s Joe Caramagna Cover(s): Alex Ross Release Date: 19th August,, 2020 Price: $3.99USD Warning: Spoilers! Spoiler: General Ross isn’t dead, which means that Cap couldn’t have killed him, which means It’s all a big swindle (Ironically, exactly how this book is beginning to feel). The daughters FaceTime with General Ross, alive and mostly well thanks to … Continue reading Captain America #22 Review

Empyre: Captain America #2 Review

Empyre: Captain America #2 Review – Earth’s defenses are being overrun! With his back against the ropes, Captain America reaches out for aid… but is there anyone left to hear the call? Check out the Empyre: Captain America #2 Review HERE! Continue reading Empyre: Captain America #2 Review

Jane Foster Valkyrie #5 Review

Writer: Al Ewing & Jason Aaron Art: CAFU, Jesus Aburtov Release Date: November 27th, 2019 Price: $3.99USD Jason Aaron and Al Ewing finally pull it all together and give us a satisfying conclusion to the first arc- Jane Foster uses her very human powers of compassion to best Mephisto’s appointed Grim Reaper, and earn some superhero street cred along the way. How did it all … Continue reading Jane Foster Valkyrie #5 Review

Yondu #1 Review

When the rebellious ne’er do well Yondu Udonta’s ship gets damaged after stealing a priceless artifact, he’s forced to wait around on a planet that knows all about him. Good thing he chose the extended warranty on his solar sails! When future Yondu comes back, will our roguish outlaw who plays by his own rules be shown the way of the peaceful warrior? Or will he just tell his future self to flark off? Let’s sail in and have a look. Continue reading Yondu #1 Review

Friendly Neighbourhood Spider-Man #13 Review

Revolution # [Science] Five! Writer: Tom Taylor Art: Ken Lashley, Todd Nauck, IG Guara, Dike Ruan, Rachelle Rosenberg Letters: VC’s Travis Lanham Release Date: October 20th, 2019 $3.99USD Waaaay back in issue #4, Spidey helped one of his neighbours (Leilani) escape the abduction by her Father, the tyrannical ruler of a nation-state buried under Manhattan since last century. You’d think it was something straight out … Continue reading Friendly Neighbourhood Spider-Man #13 Review

Captain America #15 Review

We take a little break from headlines and politics ripped from the headlines this month, and instead focus more on Steve and Sharon’s relationship, all while Steve and The Daughters Of Liberty chase down a cop killer – We get a villain we haven’t seen in quite a while, and a good setup for why they are back causing trouble for Steve. Who is it? Read on below! Continue reading Captain America #15 Review

Captain America #14 Review

On the way to clearing his name once and for all, Cap and the Daughters Of Liberty have tracked down the Watchdogs to their secret base – a dive bar where guys in flannel rub elbows with guys in suits, and a pretty lady in a cowboy hat wandering in isn’t unheard of. A lot of action happens this issue, and while we don’t get many answers about the Power Elite or their long game, we do get to see Cap acting heroic – something that has been missing from Captain America for a long time now. Let’s sidle into the honky-tonk dive bar and see what happens. Continue reading Captain America #14 Review

Loki #3 Review

Ask any parent with 5-10 year old what the worst thing their kid could say is, and dollars to donuts “I’m bored!” is top 3. There’s something so annoying about being bored, isn’t there? This month Loki tries to fight off his boredom, channels his inner Bill S. Preston and Ted “Theodore” Logan and beat omniscient God-lets at their own game… and win! Sort of. Continue reading Loki #3 Review