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This is unusual for me these days, to have two fairly big weeks in a row with comics. After not picking up Star Wars comics for a while, I decided to start picking them up again, and what better time … Continue reading
On Sunday, I returned from my vacation to England. I’ll likely talk about one particular moment in a later post (hopefully tomorrow), but today it’s time to catch up on comics. Here are my brief thoughts on all the comics … Continue reading
This is my first ever April 1st new comic day, and I’m a bit disappointed by the lack of April Fools jokes in what I read. Sure, Wolverines 13 is one in a sense, but all the rest are just … Continue reading
Since writers Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher and artist Babs Tarr took over Batgirl, it’s taken on a much lighter tone. It’s a fun book, yet one that uses all of Barbara Gordon’s talents while not ignoring her shortcomings. The last … Continue reading
While trying to decide which third comic to review this week, I noticed that I haven’t posted a full review of a comic from Scott Snyder’s Batman series since 2013. It’s about time to change that.
It’s the last week of February, and at least for me the month flew by. The most significant comic I picked up today is Spider-Gwen 1, which is a special comic in its own right. Gwen Stacey was introduced as … Continue reading