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Comic Reviews: Original Sin and The Walking Dead!


 Original Sin #0 (Marvel Comics)

Original Sin kicks off this week with a special issue showcasing the past of Uatu the Watcher. Written by Mark Waid with art from Jim Cheung and Paco Medina, this prologue finds Nova searching out The Watcher to find out just why he does exactly what he does, and what makes him so integral to the Marvel Universe.

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Graphic Novel Review – Batman and Son

Collecting: Batman (vol 1) #655-658, follow-up on #663-666

Original Release Date: 2006

Publisher: DC Comics

Character: Batman, Talia al Ghul, Damian Wayne, Robin (Tim Drake) 1,039 more words

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Review of MAN-THING #16: Masculinity and Monstrocity

“Is he Man or Monster or . . . Is he Both?” That ominous question is typically associated with Marvel Comics‘ most famous monster, the… 574 more words


COMIC BOOK REVIEW: DC Comics Sinestro #1

DC is back at it with not an origin story, but a rebirth of a defeated fallen power.  Sinestro, wallowing in pity and his character defeat is visited by a former ally, former enemy…and possibly still an enemy, Lyssa Drak.   588 more words

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Spider-man 3 (movie review)

I know, I know; Spider-man 3 is the one everybody hates: the Hobgoblin’s snowboard, Peter Parker’s emo hair and dancing, the lackluster portrayal of Venom… And you’re not wrong, these are generally bad things, but they’re not what’s killing the movie. 205 more words

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Batman #30: Review

Writer: Scott Snyder
Penciller: Greg Capullo
Inker: Danny Miki
Colourist: FCO Plascencia
Publisher: DC Comics
On Sale Date: 16 April, 2014
SequentialArt Rating: 9.2/10

Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo’s updated origin story for the World’s Greatest Detective continues in April’s Batman #30. 688 more words


Comic Reviews: 4/16/14 - Amazing X-Men #6, Batman #30, Hulk #1, & More

Yo yo yo. Every week I go through my stack, picking books mostly at random for review. Last week was some of the most negative reviews I’ve written. 344 more words