Theta crash-lands on a tundra planet, and her odds of surviving are looking slim! Her only hope is to trek through the wilds to the nearest outpost. But the cold isn’t the only thing she has to worry about…as a Predator watches in the shadow, ready to strike! Continue reading Predator #2 Review
Star Wars #27 Review – Last issue, set at an unspecified time before ‘Return of the Jedi’, two Imperial double agents working for Crimson Dawn (the criminal underworld organization) and stationed on the second Death Star (code named Second Sun), kill an Imperial Major and escape with their children, hoping to reach a Rebellion outpost with information on this new Death Star. Star Wars #27 continues their story, a harrowing tale of two agents trying to stay ahead of Imperial forces, that shows Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia and Lando Calrissian weren’t the only heroes during the Age of Rebellion. Continue reading Star Wars #27 Review
Amazing Spider-Man #8 Review: Spider-Man has a new costume and accessories that look vaguely…familiar. Is that a GLIDER?! Check out the Amazing Spider-Man #8 Review HERE! Continue reading The Amazing Spider-man #8 Review
Spider-Gwen: Gwenverse #5 Review: Gwen has one last stop and it’s at the end of time to face the one who started it all, Finale! But if Gwen defeats Finale will her time be fixed? Check out the Spider-Gwen: Gwenverse #5 Review HERE! Continue reading Spider-Gwen: Gwenverse #5 Review
Star Wars #26 Review – Previously, General Leia Organa delivered the final blow to the brilliant and ruthless Imperial Commander Zahra, giving the Rebellion their first victory since they were decimated on Hoth. In Star Wars #26, the Rebellion isn’t just sitting back and drinking Moogan tea, they’re pressing the attack, wanting the rest of the galaxy to know that they’re still very much alive and a serious threat to the Empire. Continue reading Star Wars #26 Review
Predator #1 Review: HUNT. KILL. REPEAT. In the near future, a young girl sees her family slaughtered by the deadliest and most feared hunter in the universe: a PREDATOR. Years later, though her ship is barely holding together and food is running short, Theta won’t stop stalking the spaceways until the Yautja monster who killed her family is dead…or she is. Continue reading Predator # 1 Review
Captain Carter #5 Review – Captain Carter #5 concludes the mini-series on a hopeful note, as Captain Carter and her team of Tony Stark, Betsy Braddock and computer whiz Harley battle vampires Lord John Falsworth and Lady Jacqueline Falsworth, who have most of Britain in their sway and want to turn Britain into a dictatorship with themselves as rulers. Continue reading Captain Carter #5 Review
Amazing Spider-Man #7 Review: Norman Osborn is back! But what does he have planned for Spider-Man?! One of the biggest Spidey status quo changes in years is here! Check out the Amazing Spider-Man #7 Preview HERE! Continue reading Amazing Spider-Man #7 Review
X-Men Legends #1 Review- Who’s in ready for an “in continuity” story that takes place before Giant Size X-men? Add to the mix the return of long time X-men scribe, Roy Thomas and I’m all in! Let’s jump into this new ongoing series aptly titled X-men Legends and jump all the way back to the events that happen immediately after the Incredible Hulk #181 and see what our favorite puny, little mutant is up to! Check out my X-men Legends Review here! Continue reading X-Men Legends #1 Review
Genis-Vell Captain Marvel #1 Review – Genis-Vell (don’t call him Genny, it’s a girl’s name), Rick Jones, and Marlo are all back in Genis-Vell Captain Marvel #1, a sometimes confusing debut issue focusing on Genis-Vell and Rick trying to find Marlo. Along the way, we get a new alien menace, some mind trips with Rick, and the return of a MAJOR Marvel villain. Continue reading Genis-Vell Captain Marvel #1 Review
Ant-Man #1 Review – Around Page 3 of Ant-Man #1, you’ll feel like you stepped out of a time machine into 1968, as the bulk of the book is formatted to look like a Marvel Comic you might’ve grabbed off a twirling rack of comics back in the 60’s, right down to the font style, dialogue and frames around the panels that look faded and off-color, as if the book sat in an attic just a little too long. In addition to that, we get a fast-paced Ant-Man story featuring Hank Pym and a mystery time traveler from the far future with a message of coming doom. Continue reading Ant-Man #1 Review
Shang-Chi and the Ten Rings #1 Review – A lot has happened to Shang-Chi as Shang-Chi and the Ten Rings #1 opens. Not only is he now Supreme Commander of the Five Weapons Society (after overthrowing his father), he’s now in possession of the ancient and powerful Ten Rings.
But he may not have them for long as Lady Iron Fan, A.I.M., Hydra, The Hand, The Inner Demons and The Red Dot Collective all seek to grab the Rings for themselves and come calling.
It’s a first issue onslaught like no other. Can you survive all the martial arts action within?
Continue reading Shang-Chi and the Ten Rings #1 Review
Captain Carter #4 Review – It’s Peggy Carter and Tony Stark against the world in Captain Carter #4, as they’re attacked by an army controlled by last issue’s mysterious and villainous blonde female while simultaneously being attacked by the media, who have labelled her a traitor. How can Peggy Carter win a war where the enemies are everywhere? Continue reading Captain Carter #4 Review
Daredevil #1 Review – Matt Murdock, having survived the “Devil’s Reign” epic, is bidding farewell to New York in Daredevil #1. But first, he has to tidy up some remaining business before departing (i.e. he’s got to kick a couple more asses). Wilson Fisk’s son Butch Pharris shows up and good ol’ webhead Spidey also swings by in this kickoff to a new Daredevil saga. Continue reading Daredevil #1 Review
Iron Cat #1 Review – The past comes back to haunt Black Cat in Iron Cat #1, as a mysterious person from her past grabs Tony Stark’s upgraded Iron Cat armor and goes on a vendetta against her. Continue reading Iron Cat #1 Review
New Mutants #26 Review – New Mutants #26 continues last issue’s cataclysmic events, as Magik, Madelyne Pryor, Dani Moonstar and Wolfsbane are trapped in Limbo, Magik’s Soulsword has been shattered, and an army of techno-demons are on the verge of attack. And that’s the least of their problems! Continue reading New Mutants #26 Review
Strange #3 Review – Clea Strange, now firmly entrenched as Earth’s Sorceror Supreme, mercilessly hunts for the Blasphemy Cartel in Strange #3. They’re a heavily armed group of soldiers who target magic refugees, and Clea has targeted them after they destroyed a refugee village. And first on Clea’s list is…The Rose? Continue reading Strange #3 Review
Savage Avengers #1 Review – Deathlok is in full Terminator mode in Savage Avengers #1, relentlessly targeting Conan for crimes against the Timestream. It’s a battle that makes World War 2 look like a game of checkers. As the bullets and blades fly, Daredevil (Elektra Natchios), Anti-Venom (Flash Thompson), Cloak & Dagger, Black Knight and Weapon H get involved. But whose side are they on? Continue reading Savage Avengers #1 Review
New Mutants #25 Review – Magik and the recently resurrected Madelyne Pryor take front and center in New Mutants #25, where Magik plans to turn over rulership of Limbo to Madelyne. The pair travel to Limbo with Wolfsbane and Dani Moonstar along for the ride, who are worried that everything’s going to go to hell (no pun intended) when the new management takes over. None of them are prepared for what happens when they get there. Continue reading New Mutants #25 Review
Moon Knight: Black White and Blood #1 Review – Following their success with Deadpool: Black, White & Blood and Elektra: Black, White & Blood, Marvel now debuts Moon Knight: Black, White & Blood #1. Each issue, this anthology book will feature two or more stories done by a variety of writers and artists, with black and white art splashed with moments of red. Will Marvel strike gold with this format again? Continue reading Moon Knight: Black, White & Blood #1 Review