Archive for March, 2014

Comic Review: Superior Spider-Man #30 finishes too soon

March 26, 2014 2 comments

Superior Spider-Man #30 cover Marvel Comics by Giuseppe Camuncoli

Not yet.

I’m not ready yet.

Why does it have to be now?

But it is now: Peter Parker is back, in case you haven’t seen the million teasers for next month’s Amazing Spider-Man #1, and that means Otto Octavius has to go somewhere.
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Comic Review: Batman #29

March 12, 2014 Leave a comment

Batman #29 leaping through the air

Batman #29 is one of the most powerful comics I’ve ever read.

It’s an oversized issue, crammed with the finale of the Zero Year ‘Dark City’ storyline, but that’s not what makes it powerful.

It’s the first four pages. It’s the two parents, the one child, and the horrible knowledge of what happens next.
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Mar. 12 Comics Preview: Captain Marvel flies again, Hawkguy and his bro team up and Batman battles the Riddler

March 10, 2014 Leave a comment

Captain Marvel #1 All-New Marvel Now by David LopezBatman #29 riddler cover by Greg CapulloHawkeye #17 cover David Aja Marvel

It’s always a big deal when another Batman comic comes out, but this month it’s outshone by the relaunch of Kelly Sue DeConnick’s marvelous Captain Marvel #1. Plus, more Hawkguy!
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Sin City 2 preview is a trailer to kill for

Sin City 2 A Dame to Kill for Eva Green movie
Nine years is a long time.

Nine years ago, Jessica Alba was a hot commodity, Joseph Gordon-Levitt was still best remembered as that kid from 3rd Rock from the Sun and Eva Green was the latest “Who?” Bond Girl casting.

Times have changed.
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Comic Review: Forever Evil #6

Forever Evil #6  Nightwing

To quote the band Drowning Pool, “Let the bodies hit the floor.”

(Repeat x3.)

It’s the second-last issue of Forever Evil, and that means it’s payoff time.

You’ve got Nightwing in chains, the bagged prisoner still hidden and most of the Justice League M.I.A.

Now, Geoff Johns and artist David Finch are ready to give us some answers.
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