Immortal Hulk #43 Review

Immortal Hulk #43 Review – New York City holds eight million people…and harbors one monster. A creature of chaos and anarchy, driven by rage and contempt for the structures of man. Check out the Immortal Hulk #43 Review HERE! Continue reading Immortal Hulk #43 Review

King in Black: Thunderbolts #1 Review

King in Black: Thunderbolts #1 Review – Assembling a group of killers, mercenaries, and just generally pretty horrible people like TASKMASTER, RHINO, STAR, MR. FEAR, and BATROC THE LEAPER, Mayor Fisk tasks them with saving the city or die trying…or die right then and there. Check out the King in Black: Thunderbolts #1 Review HERE! Continue reading King in Black: Thunderbolts #1 Review

Strange Academy #4 Review

Writer: Scottie Young Artist: Humberto Ramos Colorist: Edgar Delgado Letterer: VC’s Clayton Cowles Release Date: 10/28/2020 Price: $3.99 Is this “Strange Academy” or “Strange irrelevant events”? Comic shops pitched this title as the “Harry Potter of current Marvel Comics”, and “Think X Academy but with all of your magic heroes.” This title has hit a lull after it’s second issue and although Scottie Young has … Continue reading Strange Academy #4 Review

Star Wars #7 – Review

After six issues of Luke searching for a lightsaber, we finally get into something I’ve really been looking forward to. That being, some back story on Commander Zahra, and why exactly she has it out for Leia. Let’s head to a galaxy far, far away, and see what Charles Soule has in store for us this month! Continue reading Star Wars #7 – Review

Marvel Zombies: Resurrection #2 Review

After the inevitable cliffhanger of Blade showing up to kill the undead, will issue two of Zombies Resurrection hold the line, or will it suffer issue two fall off? But really this IS issue three of the series, right?!? Let’s see where Spidey and company are in their pursuit of the Galactus hive!
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X-Factor #4 Review

After the critically acclaimed debut last week of X of Swords, Leigh Williams has the unenviable task of following in the footsteps of the so-called master himself, Jonathan Hickman. And yes, I wrote that with tongue firmly in cheek. So, will we have the anticipated let down, or will Leigh Williams shock us all, and prove she’s worthy of the mantle of ongoing X book scribe?? Let’s find out in this SPOILER-FREE review! Continue reading X-Factor #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