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A-Force 5 marks writer Kelly Thompson’s first credit as sole writer for a Marvel comic, and from this point on, she’ll be the sole writer for A-Force. As someone who enjoyed reading her columns on Comicbookresources from a while back, … Continue reading
Secret Wars was originally supposed to end last month. It was also supposed to be an 8 issue series. Now it’s 9, and there are still 2 more issues to go. In a world where trade paperbacks are slowly taking … Continue reading
As I mentioned in my Astonishing Ant-Man 1 review, I only picked up 3 comics this week. I would say that I can’t wait for next month when a bunch of the titles I’m waiting for finally release, but apparently … Continue reading
We’re the second week into All-New Marvel. Last week I picked up precisely 0 number 1’s. This week I picked up 3 … but only 1 from Marvel. Yeah, most of the titles I’m looking forward to begin in either … Continue reading
My feelings are mixed about this issue. For the most part it’s a good comic, but there is some subtext (whether intentionally or not) that frustrates me. The mini-series as a whole does what it set out to do, bringing … Continue reading
This is kind of a big week for comic releases. Marvel’s new universe kicks off with a few number 1’s, DC has a couple big releases (which I didn’t pick up due to potential money concerns, but they looked interesting) … Continue reading
I only picked up 3 comics this week, so let’s review all of them. This series is so stupid, and it won’t be for everyone, but it’s so much fun.
I only picked up three comics this week, so let’s review all of them. First up is Inferno 5. “All things considered, kind of a weird day.” – Domino.
This isn’t just the conclusion to Captain Marvel’s tie-in to Secret Wars. This isn’t just a conclusion to Kelly Sue Deconnick’s Captain Marvel run that began in 2012. This concludes the run that gave birth to the Carol Corps fan … Continue reading