Posts Tagged ‘Marvel’

Comic Review: Thor #1 lays our man low, merely hints at our new woman

October 1, 2014 Leave a comment

girl Thor #1 mjolnir
All the taglines for Thor #1 have gleefully teased who she might be, but you’ll get no concrete answers in this issue.

The hotly-anticipated new take on the god(ess?) of thunder only starts down the path with its new heroine in this issue. The bulk of the story is devoted to male Thor, who has suddenly become unworthy after Nick Fury whispered something in his ear during the events of Original Sin.
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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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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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Mar. 5 Comics Preview: Forever Evil continues (forever), Magneto begins and Gothtopia ends

March 3, 2014 1 comment

Detective Comics #29
Nightwing Forever Evil #6 coverDetective Comics #29 Gothtopia coverX-Men Magneto #1 cover

It’s a big week for badasses as Batman wrecks a drug-induced Utopia, the Crime Syndicate goes nuts over Nightwing and Magneto gets his own series.
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Comic Review: Hawkeye #15

February 26, 2014 Leave a comment

Hawkeye #15 cover David Aja


This looks awesome.

Hawkeye #15 is a return to all the things that make this comic great. David Aja is back on art. Clint Barton is back at center stage (sorry Kate Bishop, we love you too, but… you know). And the drama has picked up, as the creepy clown Kazu and his band of tracksuit Draculas make their final play to get their hands on Clint’s apartment building.
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