Runaways #21 REVIEW

Writer: Rainbow RowellArtist: Adnres Genolet and Chris O’HalloraPrice: $3.99Release Date: May 22, 2019 Well after coming off a two day binge of the first 20 issues of this series and having to read first 26 issues of the first issues, the team is great but they need a villain to face. First 18 issues of the first run and then first 24 issues of the … Continue reading Runaways #21 REVIEW

Miles Morales: Spider-Man #6 Review

Story by: Saladin Ahmed & Javier GarronArt by: David Curiel and VC’s Cory PetitCover Price: $3.99Release Date: May 22, 2019 Really enjoyed reading the Ultimate Spider-Man and this book feels like I am reading it again except for the Ganke part. Remember Ganke being this funny and scene stealer character. Guess maturity took another victim. So far in this series run we have Miles writing … Continue reading Miles Morales: Spider-Man #6 Review

Age Of X-Man: The Amazing Nightcrawler #4 Review

Written By: Seanan McGuireArt By: Juan FrigeriCover By: Diego Rodriguez, Shane Davis, and Michelle DeleckiCover Price: $3.99Release Date: May 22, 2019 Well this run went from a day in a life of an actor (boring) to hiding his feeling for a coworker, to now finding possible child because she looks like him. All within three issues! Not surprised if this issue we get new information … Continue reading Age Of X-Man: The Amazing Nightcrawler #4 Review

Ironheart #6 Review

Written by Eve Ewing Art by Kevin Libranda Colors by Matt Milla Letters and Production from VC’s Clayton Cowles Cover by Stefano Caselli and Matt Milla Edited by Alanna Smith Up to now this series has had as its focus the disappearance of Riri’s friend Daija, a disappearance that led to a face to face confrontation with Midnight’s Fire. This issue sees a departure from … Continue reading Ironheart #6 Review

Marvel Team Up #2 Review

Written by Eve L. Ewing Art by Joey Vazquez Colors by Felipe Sobreiro Letters and Production by VC’s Clayton Cowles Edited by Alanna Smith Cover by Stefano Caselli & Triona Farrell   The first issue of this series notable more for its flip format, with two stories converging in one scene in the middle of the book. I really enjoyed it personally, although I felt … Continue reading Marvel Team Up #2 Review