King in Black #5 Review. King in Black concludes with our fifth and final main event issue. This one definitely got me talking! Check out our King in Black #5 Review Continue reading King in Black #5 Review (Spoilers)
Venom #34 Review. Donny Cates gives us a crazy Venom issue leading into King in Black #5 and Venom #200. RIP Eddie Brock. He’s dead, and he’s never coming back. Spoiler alert. That is a lie. Check out our Venom #34 Review Continue reading Venom #34 Review (Spoilers)
King in Black: Planet of the Symbiotes #3 Review. The third and final batch of King in Black: Planet of the Symbiotes tie-ins brings back a few long absent faces. If it has even one symbiote in it, I’m reviewing it. Continue reading King in Black: Planet of the Symbiotes #3 Review
There’s already hell on Earth with Knull ruining the world, and now Ghost Rider’s affairs have spilled over into our Knull-Coming…or has the Knull-Coming spilled over into Ghost Rider affairs? Either way… Continue reading King in Black: Ghost Rider #1 Review
A tie-in to King in Black, or the conclusion to Scream: Curse of Carnage?
Why not both? Continue reading King in Black: Scream #1 Review
Cletus Kasady returns!
…Kinda! In a series of short stories. I check out these Tales Of Interests! and give my review, per usual. Continue reading Carnage: Black, White, & Blood #1 Review
The effects from Last Remains are not going away for a while. Check out my opinion on the Amazing Spider-Man #60! Continue reading Amazing Spider-Man #60 Review
The penultimate chapter, where the heroes turn the tide against the King in Black. Looks like Knull’s Coming is about to become Knull’s Ending. Continue reading King in Black #4 Review
The Knull invasion has brought on the attention of the American Kaiju and the Prowler. Continue reading King in Black: Planet of the Symbiotes #2 Review
Eddie Brock and Flash Thompson venture through Symbiote Hell and I’m here with my take on these events. Continue reading Venom #33 Review
My Mister Negative review might be a pretty positive one. See what I have to say about this new, non-Kindred (…mostly) story arc. Continue reading Amazing Spider-Man #58 Review
If Fantastic Four is anything, it’s proof that the “Marvel Method” can give plenty of time for Marvel to print out a cool looking book, but can never give Dan Slott enough time to think of a clever way to finish a story. Continue reading Fantastic Four #28 Review
Although pitched to most readers as “Hogwarts for Marvel” Skottie Young shows us why Strange Academy could never be like Harry Potter’s Hogwarts. Simply put, Dr. Strange is no Professor Dumbledore. And to my knowledge Skottie Young is not transphobic. Continue reading Strange Academy #7 Review
Wilson Fisk knows one individual who may be able to turn back Knull’s Knull-Coming, and all it’s going to take is a group of deprived criminals to not kill each other…or get killed. Is this tie-in worth reading? Continue reading (Another Take) King in Black: Thunderbolts #1
Kindred has been secured, locked away in Ravencroft. So is this story over? Are we privy to Kindred’s backstory? Spider-Man’s sin? Is Norman really a changed man? Was this issue good??? Continue reading Amazing Spider-Man #57 Review
This King in Black tie-in features the return of Scream and a werewolf. Of course I was going to review it. Continue reading King in Black: Planet of the Symbiotes #1 Review
Eternals #1 Video Review – Check out our Eternals #1 Review to see if it’s worth picking up Continue reading Eternals #1 Video Review – Don’t Get Excluded!
Memories are not stored in the heart or the head or even the soul, if you ask me, but in the spaces between two people – Jodi Picoult Continue reading M.O.D.O.K.: Head Games #2 Review
Juggernaut #5 Review. Check out our Juggernaut #5 Review and see if this finale wraps everything up well. Continue reading Juggernaut #5 Review
Miles Morales: Spider-Man #22 Review – A day with Starling may raise Miles’ spirits, but there’s always another shoe dropping. Check out the Miles Morales: Spider-Man #22 Review HERE! Continue reading Miles Morales: Spider-Man #22 Review