Tag Archives: mr. fantastic
My goal for the year was to read at least one novel every month I’m not working on my fiction writing and to review each of them. It was way back in February when I read my first and until … Continue reading
I don’t dislike Wolverine. In fact before I got into comics, he was my favourite of the X-men characters (thanks to the movies). Over time though, I’ve grown tired of him showing up everywhere. He’s on too many teams, including … Continue reading
The Fantastic Four have had several very good runs in a row. Jonathan Hickman’s run had a very large scale with the fate of the entire planet at stake, yet kept a strong focus on the family as individual characters … Continue reading
This is the issue where we learn exactly how the Fantastic Four become lost in space and time. For that, it’s the most important issue of Matt Fraction’s FF series so far. It also might be the best issue yet.
These are my unscripted first impressions on the comics I picked up today. They include Wolverine 1, Age of Ultron 2, Secret Avengers 2, The Fearless Defenders 2, Uncanny X-Men 3, Fantastic Four 5, Thor: God of Thunder 6, Avengers … Continue reading
While the first four issues of Matt Fraction’s Fantastic Four/FF run were good, they were little more than setup. This marks the first true issue in Marvel Now’s “Greatest Comic Magazine” as the Richards family travels through space. It’s a … Continue reading