Tag Archives: Dr Doom
“A taxi? Kristoff does not take taxis.” The first issue of Charles Soule’s She Hulk was mostly a legal thriller, with only traces of superhero action. It had a real sense of authenticity, and was always entertaining and often hilarious. … Continue reading
It’s been a long time since I’ve had a week without any comics numbered higher than 8. It’s also a small pull list of only six comics. Yesterday I started what will hopefully be the final major edit of the … Continue reading
This entire review could be “She Hulk 2 is every bit as good as She Hulk 1, and then some”, but that would be lazy.
It’s been almost a month since I’ve talked about writing on this blog. But before I get into that, I should talk about this week’s comic reviews. I’m not sure when I’ll get my full reviews for Tomorrow’s comics, but … Continue reading
This is the first issue of FF that Matt Fraction isn’t writing on his own. Lee Allred takes over scripting duty with this issue, with Fraction credited for the story alongside artist Michael Allred. Still, this carries the same feel … Continue reading