May 2021 Marvel Comics Solicits

May 2021 Marvel Comic Solicits: Check out all the Marvel Comics and mini series hitting stores this May and so much more! Check out the May 2021 Marvel Comics Solicits HERE! Continue reading May 2021 Marvel Comics Solicits

Runaways #33 Review

Writer: Rainbow Rowell Art: Andres Genolet and Kris Anka Price: $3.99 Release Date: February 3rd, 2021 Well, it has been a long time since we got a Runaways issue! And I will admit, I wish we got a page or two of just previously on stuff. Like a full comic page style. I remember Gib and Gert attending school but from the front cover, it … Continue reading Runaways #33 Review

June 2020 Marvel Comics Solicits

Here are the June 2020 Marvel Comics Solicits. Take a look at the NON-STOP Action and the Empyre’s continuing to unfold. The summer blockbusters have just begun! June 2020 Marvel Comics Solicits! Continue reading June 2020 Marvel Comics Solicits

Runaways #30 Review

Writer: Rainbow RowellArt: Andrés Genout, Dee Cunniffe, VC’s Joe Caramagna, and Kris AnkaPrice: $3.99Release Date: February 18th, 2020 Well after the last issue, my sudden excitement for this story went to a halt. I just realized the book isn’t really doing much. Each month I am shocked to learn that this book has not been canceled. The sales alone really should be on Marvel’s radar. … Continue reading Runaways #30 Review

Runaways #26 REVIEW

Writer: Rainbow RowellArtist: Andres Genolet and Dee CunniffePrice: $3.99Release Date: October 30, 2019 Not going to lie, but very shocked that this book hasn’t even been announced that it is ending. The sales for this book really should be some concern for Marvel. Hopefully with the sudden change, is what the book needs to be a great book again. Although it kind of reminds me … Continue reading Runaways #26 REVIEW

Marvel Comic Solicits January 2020

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Runaways #25 REVIEW

Recently, I read the ending story arc to the 2005-2008 run and even then the story arc, seemed a bit of a stretch. But, at least the story arc had a nice flow to it while this just feels like a continuous story arc with nothing actually happening. If they announced this series to be done at issue 30, I would not care. I just hoped the series would go out strong. When the series got done with Bo and Rim, the book seemed to be lost and had no clue where to go from there. Is Rainbow all out of ideas? Let’s dig in and find out… Continue reading Runaways #25 REVIEW

RUNAWAYS #24 Review

I have read a lot of Runaways comics, including this current run, and I have been getting more and more wary that this book, it’s concept and it’s team were getting a bit stale. I think the biggest problem is they need a good villain to heat things up. The book has always been better when the team can focus on taking a down an enemy and so, my Runaways wish list has that one item on it. Do I get an early Christmas present this week? Let’s find out… Continue reading RUNAWAYS #24 Review

RUNAWAYS #24 Preview

Look out, West Coast Avengers and Superior Spider-Man! Karolina Dean is searching for a sense of purpose as California’s NEWEST SUPER HERO! A chance at self-actualization is the best reason to put your life on the line for others! Right? But what consequences await the Runaways if Nico has to use her magic to support Karolina and keep her safe? Continue reading RUNAWAYS #24 Preview

Runaways, Squirrel Girl, Ironheart, and Ms. Marvel November 2019 Solicits

Marvel Comic November 2019 Solicits for Runaways, Ms. Marvel, Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, and Ironheart brought to you by the fine folks at Weird Science Marvel Comics! Oh, and this is the LAST issue of Squirrel Girl… Continue reading Runaways, Squirrel Girl, Ironheart, and Ms. Marvel November 2019 Solicits

Runaways #23 Review

I remember first reading the Runaways series last year where I read the first 7 or 8 volumes. The love I have for the series has taken a slight turn south recently, but not the whole current run. This happened recently and I think I know why. The team works best with a common goal. At this point, it seems like a couple of them have a common goal. Hopefully, after this story arc, we can get to some bad guys that the team has to work together to defeat. Let’s dig in and see what we have here… Continue reading Runaways #23 Review