Miracleman #0 Review

Forty years ago, Miracleman’s modern era began and changed the world of comics as we know it. Now, on the cusp of a new era of Miracleman, we celebrate all things Kimota with a who’s who of the best talent in the industry! Plus, Neil Gaiman and Mark Buckingham set up this issue and their return to Miracleman: The Silver Age! Continue reading Miracleman #0 Review

Hulk #9 Review

New Arc – HULK PLANET! Thoroughly shaken by his battle with Thor and Titan’s impact on his friends, Bruce Banner decides that his best company is himself – and only himself. As he sets Starship Hulk on a far away course, he begins to reckon with what it means to be healthy – and encounters an alternative to isolation he’d never thought to dream of. But this alternative begs the question – who exactly is Monolith? Continue reading Hulk #9 Review

X-Men Red #7 Review

Final judgment for the red planet! — an A.X.E. Tie-In! As the dust settles and the costs are counted, change is coming to Arakko — starting at the top. After the catastrophic war with the Eternals, the Great Ring declares that Isca The Unbeaten is no longer fit for the Seat of Victory. But Isca’s power is never to lose. If she won’t step down…is there anyone on Arakko who can make her? Continue reading X-Men Red #7 Review

Carnage #5 Review

CARNAGE CRAVES…ALL! CARNAGE’s crusade reaches an unprecedented level of destruction and threatens not just the here and now, but everything that ever was or ever will be. Hydro-Man, Spot, the serial killer known as “The Artist,” what horrifying puzzle is Carnage trying to put together with these pieces? Who will be its next victim? And will Detective Jon Shayde be able to stop the crimson-clad creature before it’s too late?! Continue reading Carnage #5 Review

Fantastic Four #47 Review

With judgment looming over the Marvel Universe, Reed Richards has locked himself in his Think Tank in search of answers. But with the fate of humanity on the line, what happens when OUBLIETTE MIDAS sets her sights on the Baxter Building? As the Fantastic Four falls before the Exterminatrix’s death traps, only one hero remains standing – but if you thought Oubliette was dangerous, it’s nothing compared to what the Invisible Woman is capable of. Get ready for Die Hard in the Baxter Building, as we’ve only got one thing left to say: Yippie-ki-yay, Marvel Universe. Continue reading Fantastic Four #47 Review

X-Men Red #6 Review

BATTLE FOR THE BROKEN LAND – AN A.X.E. TIE-IN! Planet Arakko chose peace over war. Now war has chosen them. The monstrous arsenal of the Eternals is on the march. The Arakkii must defend their broken land according to the ancient laws…but against an enemy even older than they are, can the old ways win? Or is a new Arakko about to be born? Continue reading X-Men Red #6 Review

Alien #1 Review

PHILLIP KENNEDY JOHNSON AND JULIUS OHTA LAUNCH A NEW ALIEN EPIC! MAN, MACHINE AND THE MOST TERRIFYING CREATURE IN THE UNIVERSE…IT’S AN EXPRESS ELEVATOR TO HELL AND YOU’RE GONNA WANT TO BE ON IT! A small colony of synths have settled in secret on a backwater moon. When a company of United System soldiers come to them for help retrieving biotechnology on a hostile planet that could be the key to saving humanity, the synths must decide whether the prospect of peace between man and machine is worth the risk of betrayal. Continue reading Alien #1 Review

Star Wars #27 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

Fantastic Four #46 Review

“Family First”! Not a dream. Not a hoax. This is real. Thanks to the knowledge of the Watchers, the lost daughter of Nathaniel Richards has been found. It’s time to finally meet the mysterious sister of Reed Richards. But is it time to welcome her into the family? It’s a day of amazing adventures both in her world, and in the world of the Fantastic Four. Guest-starring Namor, King of Atlantis. Continue reading Fantastic Four #46 Review

Spider-Gwen: Gwenverse #5 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

Hulk #8 Review

“BANNER OF WAR” FINALE The time for victory has come! In the final installment of the epic crossover between the HULK and THOR series, Marvel’s two heaviest hitters expend their rage on one final, brutal brawl that will answer once and for all which of these heroes is the strongest. But in a fight between gods, monsters and men, what becomes of the victor? The loser? And who really has the authority to decide? Revelations about Hulk’s past and choices Thor makes about the future will shake the Marvel Universe to its very core! Continue reading Hulk #8 Review

Avengers: 1,000,000 B.C. #1 Review

THE SECRET ORIGIN OF THOR – REVEALED! They are the defenders of the dawn of time. Marvel’s first and mightiest legacy heroes. But their greatest secrets have never been revealed. Until now. Witness the dark events that shatter their ranks. See how their lives come to shape the entire future of the Marvel Universe. And be there for the monumental event that reunites them one last time: the true story of Thor’s birth. Continue reading Avengers: 1,000,000 B.C. #1 Review

Star Wars #26 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