Wolverine & Captain America: Weapon Plus #1 REVIEW

The Weapon Plus program is responsible for a lot of shenanigans in the Marvel Universe. I really have no idea how they keep their medical license, but here we are once again, set to revisit the programs connections to various heroes and villains. This series specifically, based on a quick glance of the cover art, seems to want to connect the Captain America and Wolverine’s ‘origins’ so lets see whats cooking. Continue reading Wolverine & Captain America: Weapon Plus #1 REVIEW

Preview: Wolverine and Captain America Weapon Plus #1

In 1940, scientists attempted to make a man into the perfect weapon, a Super-Soldier. They failed and made him a legend instead. Before the turn of the century, they tried again for the tenth time. They failed, making a man into death incarnate. At long last, ETHAN SACKS (OLD MAN HAWKEYE, STAR WARS: GALAXY’S EDGE) and DIOGENES NEVES (GREEN ARROW, DEATHSTROKE) reveals the shadowy connections between Captain America, Wolverine and many more of the Marvel U’s Super-Soldiers… including some surprises! The conspiracy begins here! Continue reading Preview: Wolverine and Captain America Weapon Plus #1

Captain America & The Invaders: The Bahamas Triangle #1 Review

I love Chip Zdarsky’s new Invaders book (I mentioned on the podcast that I’d even marry it), so I grabbed this 80-year Anniversary issue with high hopes. I haven’t liked all of these oversized issues, but this one is right up my alley. So, was it any good? Let’s find out… Continue reading Captain America & The Invaders: The Bahamas Triangle #1 Review

Secret Warps: Soldier Supreme Annual #1 Review

As the villains of Warp World trade foes, it begins a rift between Soldier Supreme and Iron Hammer that could tear the superhero community in half all in this week’s SECRET WARPS SOLDIER SUPREME ANNUAL #1 by Al Ewing and Mark Waid. But could this criminal conspiracy be the start of a much bigger cosmic calamity? Let’s jump in and find out! Continue reading Secret Warps: Soldier Supreme Annual #1 Review