Category: Reviews

Comic Reviews – April 18

Amazing Spider-Man #799 by Writer Dan Scott and Artist Stuart Immonen Is it really here? Is it truly almost time to say goodbye? This week gave us the next installment of Go Down Swinging, Dan Slott’s final arc on ASM. Spidey is injured and in hiding immediately following the Green-turned-Red Goblin’s attack on the Daily Bugle.

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Comics Reviews – April 11

Exiles #1 by Writer Saladin Ahmed and Artists Javier Rodríguez, Álvaro López, and Jordie Bellaire Marvel has brought back its reality hopping super-team because (surprise, surprise) something is eating the multiverse. An entity referred to only as the Time Eater is devouring alternate Earths, one after another, and so a mostly reluctant Blink has to

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Comic Reviews – April 4

Sex Criminals #23 by Writer Matt Fraction and Artist Chip Zdarsky This issue of Sex Crimz continues to build on the seemingly apathetic state of the central characters as they try to figure out their place in the world romantically and sexually. Since Suzie and Jon’s separation in the previous arc, each issue has been

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Comic Reviews – March 28th

Doomsday Clock #4 by Writer Geoff Johns and Artist Gary Frank Taking readers back to the immediate fallout of the great “alien invasion” of the original Watchmen series, Doomsday Clock #4 explores the background and origin of the current Rorschach running around Gotham City. While this issue does little to push the central narrative forward,

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Comic Reviews – March 22

The Mighty Thor #705 by Writer Jason Aaron and Artist Russell Dauterman As the penultimate issue to one of my favorite marvel stories, I couldn’t help feeling a pang of frustration when I picked up this issue, knowing that the series was driving steadily toward its end. Not the end of The Mighty Thor, of

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Comic Reviews – March 14

Mister Miracle #7 by Writer Tom King and Artist Mitch Gerads Picking up nine months after the conclusion to the series’ first arc, Mister Miracle #7 finds Scott and Barda as they arrive at the hospital to deliver a little bundle of New God joy. Surprisingly, Tom King and Mitch Gerads bypass the immediate fallout

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