Spider-Woman #4 Review

So far in three issues Jessica Drew has had her share of shocking news. First, she finds out she has a brother, then her thought to be dead mother is apparently alive, and now she’s also back at Wundagore Mountain!! Whew, that’s a lot. So, are we in for more shockers in issue number four??!! I think we all know the answer to that!! Let’s see what craziness Karla Pacheco has in mind for us this month!! Continue reading Spider-Woman #4 Review

X-men – Marvels Snapshots #1 Review

Cyclops could possibly be the most well known of all the X-Men. Not necessarily the most popular, but most widely known. That’s to be expected as Scott is one of the original 5 X-Men. Cyclops is also happens to be writer Jay Edidin’s favorite X-Men. Most people I know either love or hate Cyclops. No grey area. Let’s see if Jay can change my mind as I’d put myself somewhat in that latter category. Continue reading X-men – Marvels Snapshots #1 Review

New Mutants #12 Review

After several issues of pure wackiness and quite honestly a slight downward trend, New Mutants is BACK with a very much needed cool down issue that may be my single favorite issue of any X book since the relaunch last year! So walk, run, or jump through your nearest gate to Krakoa and join me in this enjoyable issue!! Continue reading New Mutants #12 Review

Miles Morales: Spider-Man #18 Review

Writer: Saladin AhmedArt: Carmen Nunez Carnero and Javier GarronPrice: $3.99Release Date: September 2nd, 2020 Well, after a long hiatus, this book is finally back! With Empyre coming to an end, time to get back to Marvel’s other event, “Outlawed.” Hopefully, this doesn’t stop the Ultimatum story, especially with how many unanswered questions remain. Let’s dive in and see what we have here… We start our … Continue reading Miles Morales: Spider-Man #18 Review

Marvel Zombies: Resurrection #1 Review

If you read the title of this week’s Marvel Zombies: Resurrection #1 and were massively confused, you’re not the only one! Whether it’s the fact that we get a book for the third week in a row that features a dead Galactus, or that a title called Marvel Zombies: Resurrection #1 JUST came out in October 2019, there’s a whole lot to straighten out. So, let’s dive in a see what the heck is going on in this SPOILER-FREE review! Continue reading Marvel Zombies: Resurrection #1 Review

Captain America #22 Review

Writer: Ta-Nehisi Coates & Bob Quinn Artist(s):Matt Milla Letterer: VC’s Joe Caramagna Cover(s): Alex Ross Release Date: 19th August,, 2020 Price: $3.99USD Warning: Spoilers! Spoiler: General Ross isn’t dead, which means that Cap couldn’t have killed him, which means It’s all a big swindle (Ironically, exactly how this book is beginning to feel). The daughters FaceTime with General Ross, alive and mostly well thanks to … Continue reading Captain America #22 Review

Empyre: The Avengers #2 Review

Empyre: The Avengers #2 Review – Internal conflict is this month’s villain and who’s to say we didn’t see this coming? Constantly being reminded of the Kree/Skrull feud that has been around for many many years, the steady use of the phrase “temporary alliance” was only a matter of time before the Kree and Skrull were back at each other’s throat. Check out the Empyre: The Avengers #2 Review HERE! Continue reading Empyre: The Avengers #2 Review

Empyre: Captain America #2 Review

Empyre: Captain America #2 Review – Earth’s defenses are being overrun! With his back against the ropes, Captain America reaches out for aid… but is there anyone left to hear the call? Check out the Empyre: Captain America #2 Review HERE! Continue reading Empyre: Captain America #2 Review

Spider-Woman #2 Review

After receiving a new costume and then becoming sick, Jessica is on a quest to find out the reasons behind her sickness. The answers she finds lead her down a trail that she is somewhat surprised by. Unfortunately for this reviewer, it’s a trail I’ve seen traveled many a time in many different genres of entertainment. Let’s take a look at Jessica’s second issue of her new ongoing!! Continue reading Spider-Woman #2 Review