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The first two issues of Ghost Rider were a lot of fun, despite my complaints about All-New Wolverine’s characterization in the second issue. The third issue focuses way too much on the Wolverine/Totally Awesome Hulk/Silk team up though. It didn’t’ … Continue reading
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
Even though I’ve been consistently enjoying this series, it’s been a while since I gave it a proper review. Let’s change that.
In the previous issue of The Mighty Thor, the Shi’ar attacked Asgard, took Thor into some sort of realm with their gods, and then left. That’s how the Asgard/Shi’ar war began. For a series with an increasingly complex plot with … 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