Story by Jody Houser Art by Roge Antonio and Josh Cassara Color by Arif Prianto and Neeraj Menon Lettering by VC’s Joe Caramanga Cover art by Tommy Lee Edwards Edited by Mark Paniccia Assistant Editor: Tom Groneman The first issue of Star Wars: Tie Fighter really opened with a punch. This second installment of the 5 issue mini series continues the story of Squadron 5, … Continue reading Star Wars: TIE Fighter #2 Review
Story by Greg Pak Art by Matteo Buffagni Colors by Tamra Bonvillain Lettering by Travis Lanham Cover by Terry and Rachel Dodson Edited by Mark Paniccia The Age of Rebellion series of one shots have been a delight to date, with Boba Fett (also by Greg Pak) and Han Solo being the two standout issues so far. With deliciously attractive covers from the Dodsons adorning … Continue reading Star Wars: Age of Rebellion – Lando Calrissian #1 Review
Hoping after this first story, we can get more about this new team. Rocket is my favorite member and as much as I am wondering what his deal is, I would prefer to know more about this team that I should be invested in. Let’s dig in and see what we have here… Continue reading Guardians of the Galaxy #5 Review
Chip Zdarsky ends his first arc about the Devil of Hell’s Kitchen with an emotionally driven story that gets to the heart of every superhero in this week’s DAREDEVIL #5. Will Matt Murdock make it out the other side? Let’s jump into the issue! Continue reading Daredevil #5 Review
I guess I am using this final issue to gauge if I should go back and read the previous issues. Again…a bit weird. Well, here we go to see if this final issue is any good… Continue reading Spider-Man/Deadpool #50 Review
What do you do when you’ve never had a Birthday Party in your life? Hug a ton of people and make everyone fall in love with you, that’s what!
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Written by The McElroys Art by Andre Lima Aravjo Colored by Chris O’Halloran Lettering by VC’s Clayton Cowles Edited by Will Moss The baby daughter of Odin and Freyja is on the move again, guarded from the ongoing War of the Realms by the unlikely combination of Freyja’s son Balder, Skuld the Norn, Miles Morales, Hawkeye (Kate Bishop), Death Locket, Wonder Man, Sebastian Druid, … Continue reading War of the Realms: Journey into Mystery #2 Review