World’s Finest #176 (1968) Review

Do you remember when Superman had a giant gold key that only he and other Kryptonian’s could use to unlock the Fortress of Solitude? When is the last time you read a comic with the World’s Greatest Detective and the Boy Wonder? For all of these Silver Age goodies and more, check out Soycornholio’s review HERE! Continue reading World’s Finest #176 (1968) Review

Green Arrow: The Longbow Hunters #1-3 Review

Green Arrow: The Longbow Hunters #1-3 Review – Oliver Queen gives up his trick arrows and settles down in Seattle with Dinah Lance. But Ollie’s world collides with one of unspeakable violence involving the beautiful and mysterious archer known as Shado. Check out the Green Arrow: The Longbow Hunters #1-3 Review HERE! Continue reading Green Arrow: The Longbow Hunters #1-3 Review

Annihilation #4 (2006) Review

Left behind, can Drax survive in this week’s all-new ANNIHILATION #4 by Keith Giffen. While Thanos seizes action and Nova fixes his course on a suicide mission, will this be enough to quell the Annihilation Wave? Bottom line, no Marvel Cosmic fan will forgive themselves for missing this issue! Let’s jump into the fourth installment of this epic event.
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Annihilation #3 (2006) Review

Nova’s United Front is divided In this week’s all-new ANNIHILATION #3 by Keith Giffen as he sets off on a desperate mission to save whoever he can before it’s too late. Ronan wants to heads to Hala to free the Kree race while everyone else is just trying to survive! But, can they hold off the Annihilation Wave? And what’s Drax’s secret agenda, anyway? Let’s dive in a find out! Continue reading Annihilation #3 (2006) Review

Annihilation #2 (2006) Review

As the last issue ended, readers saw Annihilus team up with Thanos and ultimately bring down one of the strongest entities in the universe, Galactus, as well as the Silver Surfer. How will Nova, Ronan, Quill, and the entire Kree military forces halt the Annihilation Wave from stretching across the universe… especially if it’s capable of apprehending the Devourer of Worlds? Let’s jump into this week’s ANNIHILATION #2 by Keith Giffen and detect if our warriors have any hope of survival. Continue reading Annihilation #2 (2006) Review

Annihilation #1 (2006) Review

One empire has fallen. Two heroes are dead and it all comes together here in this opening issue of ANNIHILATION #1 by Keith Giffen. Individually, the Silver Surfer, Super-Skrull, Ronan, and Nova have already faced down parts of the Annihilation Wave. However, to this date, they’ve lost. Now, they must unite themselves, as well as those left to fight in the universe… or die trying. Let’s vault into this initial issue of the epic ANNIHILATION event! Continue reading Annihilation #1 (2006) Review

Secret Wars #9 Review (2015)

Secret Wars #9 concludes the way the event began, as a meta-commentary for something deeper, personal, emotional, and more volatile than fans ever expected. Jonathan Hickman finally wraps up this magnificent tale that has felt psychological, heavy and truly enterprising for the Marvel Universe moving forward while concluding his NEW AVENGERS and FANTASTIC FOUR narratives in the process. Readers will leave this issue with almost all of the essential questions answered, which is what every fan ultimately wants at the end of any series. Let’s dive in and see how this culminating issue wraps up!
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Secret Wars #8 Review (2015)

Chartbusting creators Jonathan Hickman and Esad Ribic march toward the end of their grand saga as the final battle against God Doom rages on in SECRET WARS #8! Battleworld teeters on the brink, the Shield has fallen, and armies march on Doomstadt. As Battleworld gives way to a new Marvel Universe…no one will come out the other side unscathed, if they come out at all. Who lives? Who dies? Let’s jump in and find out! Continue reading Secret Wars #8 Review (2015)

Secret Wars #7 Review (2015)

Readers may have been a bit down after the last issue. The previous edition was centered more around background information, recap, and behind the scenes surmising to the narrative. It clarified more of how, when, where, and why. To be honest, in virtually every story, there appears to be one issue set up to replenish the gaps, tie up some loose ends, and usher in the culmination to the narrative. Now that fans have moved past the climatic issue, does this installment prove to be more action-packed? Is this issue more exciting than the last? Are fans finally going to see the beginning of the end of God-Doom? Let’s Continue reading Secret Wars #7 Review (2015)