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It’s the penultimate issue of the second hero vs. hero Marvel even that began in 2016. I get that they wanted to play on the Civil War movie hype, but why are there two of them?
It’s the last Wednesday of February, and it’s been a bit of a busy week. For one, I’m preparing for a weekend-long volunteer photography gig. It’s an annual event and I’m looking forward to it. Also, I’ve owned The Witcher … Continue reading
Well, it’s the third week of comics in February, and I feel like I’m already starting to switch a bit more toward DC over Marvel. I didn’t pick up this week’s Captain America: Steve Rogers, and picked up Super Sons … Continue reading
I’ve been up and down with this event so far. The 0 and 1 issues were both really good, with a lot of entertaining build-up and a bit of course correction on the X-Men franchise as a whole. The 2nd … Continue reading
So it’s confirmed that $4 Marvel comics (which means pretty much all Marvel comics) will no longer include free digital copies with them. Instead, they give you a couple older comics for free each week, and it’s the same selection … Continue reading
The first issue of Monsters Unleashed is just big, dumb fun, and that’s exactly what this issue is too.
It’s the first Wednesday of February, in fact it’s the first day of February. There’s a job fair in town this afternoon, so there’s a strong chance that my reviews will be delayed until this evening. Just so you know. … Continue reading
We’re now three weeks into the New Year, and with it, yet another Marvel event begins. Civil War II feels like it just ended, and Inhumans vs. X-Men is going on as well. So yeah, that happened this week in … Continue reading
It feels like this event is a long-time coming. Not because the terrigen mist story arc has been going on for years mind you, but because it’s basically a rehash of Decimation and the Legacy Virus, two long-form story arcs … Continue reading