I only picked up 4 comics this week, so let’s skip the first impression and get straight to the reviews. So far, the Phoenix Resurrection miniseries has been a bit mixed. All of the Jean Grey stuff is great. It’s … Continue reading
We’re about half-way through the mini-series that sees the return of adult Jean Grey, who’s been dead in mainline continuity since 2003. Funny, as much as Jean Grey has this reputation of dying and coming back way too often, it’s … Continue reading
We’re at the exact half-way point through November. For people writing NaNoWriMo, that means that to be on-pace, you should have at least 25,000 words written by the end of the day. I’m sitting at slightly above 103,000 words and … Continue reading
This is a 50 page comic, in an age where the normal length is 20 pages. And while it’s primarily written by Jason Aaron, there are so many artists and colourists working on this that I won’t bother mentioning any … Continue reading
The previous two issues introduced an alien virus that landed on Roosevelt Island in New York. It’s a virus that spreads quickly, attacks organs indiscriminately, and kills within 24 hours of exposure. It also seems to be attracted to people … Continue reading
Another week, another batch of comics. And after a week where my entirely pull list was 1 comic, it’s nice to get 7 in a week. Somewhere between 6 and 8 comics feels like the ideal number. The comics I … Continue reading
Like the previous issue, I won’t allow the controversy regarding artist Ardian Syaf to affect my review score. This is his last issue anyway, so it kind of doesn’t matter anymore.