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Advance Review: Zero #10 is One Of The Most Rewarding Comics Being Published Today

This article was originally published at Comics Bulletin on August 12, 2014.

Ales Kot is not interested in holding your hand, but he will rock your world. 760 more words


Review: "Pretty Deadly, Vol. 01"

Comic book characters have become the “new” mythology, as writers such as Grant Morrison have so eloquently stated on many an occasion. Superheroes are now the new deities, with the rich storytelling potential beyond endless for these inspirational and aspirational characters. 1,225 more words

Book Reviews

REVIEW: She-Hulk 6

I’ve been enjoying this new run of She Hulk’s book. In fact, I’ve been enjoying the general willingness of Marvel to give a lot of second tier characters a chance to shine, while DC seems to be doing their best to make their entire line about characters with “Super” or “Bat” in the title. 447 more words


Preview: The All-New Ultimates #5

-It’s a battle royale when the new Teenage Ultimates face off against the most dangerous supergangs on the street!

-Will the bloodthirsty vigilante, Scourge, take everyone in a costume down, be it street punk or good guy? 78 more words


REVIEW: Winter Soldier: Bitter March 5

Former sidekick Bucky is getting a lot more attention, especially since the Winter Soldier movie came out (and was done so amazingly well). This is the finale of the espionage/thriller tale set in the 60’s. 442 more words


REVIEW: Black Widow 8

This another stand alone issue, something I’ve been enjoying about the book. It works well for an espionage/thriller type of story, and that’s what a lot of this has been. 454 more words


Preview: 100th Anniversary Spider-Man #1

-In the future 2061 The Kingpin has taken control of his ultra-powerful techno-symbiote suit.

-Now that one of the most powerful weapons is in the hands of one of Spider-Man’s most powerful enemies, Spider-Man will have to prove once again why he’s the greatest superhero in the world! 60 more words