Fantastic Four #26 Review

Written by: Dan Slott Art by: R.B. Silva Colors by: Jesus Aburtov Letters by: VC’s Joe Caramagna Release Date: 11/18/2020 Price: $3.99 NON SPOILER PORTION: Dan Slott knows exactly how to crash land the hype of a prior issue. Starting off with characters that have nothing to do with the main plot, and using this anticipated issue as a “Oh I forgot about those characters, … Continue reading Fantastic Four #26 Review

Star Wars: Bounty Hunters #7 Preview

Star Wars: Bounty Hunters #7 Preview – A badly wounded VALANCE reunites with a long lost love on a secret Rebel base… but trouble is right on his heels. Check out the Star Wars: Bounty Hunters #7 Preview HERE! Continue reading Star Wars: Bounty Hunters #7 Preview

Iron Man #3 Review

Written by: Christopher Cantwell Art by: Cafu Colors by: Frank D’Armata Letters by: VC’s Joe Caramagna Release Date: 11/11/20 Price: $3.99 Christopher Cantwell’s approach at Tony Stark’s God complex confuses me as a reader of Marvel, and I’m unsure at this point if it’s truly the fault of Cantwell or the idiotic concept of who Tony believes himself to be. Tony sees himself as a … Continue reading Iron Man #3 Review

Marvel Zombies: Resurrection #4 Preview

Marvel Zombies: Resurrection #4 Preview – Spider-Man made a promise to keep people safe, and he’s not going to quit, even in the literal jaws of death… Check out the Marvel Zombies: Resurrection #4 Preview HERE! Continue reading Marvel Zombies: Resurrection #4 Preview

Sneak Peek: Guardians of the Galaxy #9 Advanced Preview

Guardians of the Galaxy #9 Preview: Everyone thought he was dead. They were wrong. Now Peter Quill journeys through a mythic world on the other side of our reality. Check out the Guardians of the Galaxy #9 Preview HERE! Continue reading Sneak Peek: Guardians of the Galaxy #9 Advanced Preview

John Walker U.S.Agent #1 Review

Written by Christopher Priest Art by Georges Jeanty & Karl Story Colors by Matt Milla Letters by VC’s Joe Sabino Release Date: 11/4/20 Price $3.99 Christopher Priest attempts to create a “D-bag” persona within John Walker the US Agent, and in turn creates an incoherent and racist story that is full of nonsense. From the stereotypical dumb “hillbilles” to the sound of Walker’s shield, this … Continue reading John Walker U.S.Agent #1 Review