It’s always sad when such a fun series ends, and this is no exception. I didn’t even realize this series was ending until I reached Kelly Thompson’s thank you letter at the end (definitely worth a read by the way). … Continue reading
In the previous issue, it was predicted by Ulysses that Nico would kill someone named Alice. Refusing to believe some random prophet that she could be a killer, Nico runs away from the rest of A-Force, and ends up in … Continue reading
I guess I haven’t talked much about Camp Nanowrimo much on this blog, so here goes a quick update. I’m in the middle of participating in this year’s Camp Nano, July. Unlike the November writing month where the official goal … Continue reading
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
A-Force 1 is a fun comic, but it wasn’t quite anything special. It mostly introduced Singularity into the new Marvel Universe (she first appeared in the A-Force miniseries in Secret Wars), and a new villain (called antimatter) that somehow appeared … Continue reading
The first issue of A-Force introduced the all-female superhero team and gave us both a giant shark attack and some great drama. After Miss America damaged the wall between Acadia and the next realm, the Thors sent her to prison. … Continue reading
Although I’m still not yet sure how I feel about Marvel’s Secret Wars event, one must admit it gives Marvel an opportunity to try all sorts of interesting experiments. The one I’ve been looking forward to the most is A-Force.