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REVIEW: She-Hulk 7

She-Hulk’s new book has been a bit uneven. I like the character, and the writing has been pretty good overall. The art has left something to be desired in my opinion. 423 more words

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She-Hulk #7 – Review

By: Charles Soule (story), Javier Pulido (art), Muntsa Vicente (colors)

The Story: Ant-Man and Hellcat cut She-Hulk down to size.

The Review: I’m sure Soule had his reasons, but it was still kind of bizarre for him to… 756 more words

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She-Hulk 7 (October 2014)

Oh, look, all She-Hulk needs is for Soule to not cop out on a story and for Pulido to come back on the art and the issue's outstanding. 155 more words

Marvel

A few Marvel comics from August 6th

Black Widow #9. Marvel. Written by Nathan Edmondson. Art by Phil Noto. The greatest charm of this incarnation of the Black Widow has been the water colour art by Noto. 462 more words

Comic Book Reviews

She Hulk 7 review

The last issue of She Hulk wasn’t kidding when it titled this one “Small Victories”. Every series about the Jade Giantess must have at least one crazy adventure, whether in space or involving scientific antics, and today’s issue is Charles Soule’s turn. 431 more words

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Thunder Overhead:Thor and why Marvel Need To Announce A Superheroine Movie

This is the new take on Thor, announced earlier today on The View.

Thor is now a woman and Marvel have been very, very clear that this is not Thor Girl, Lady Thor, Thorella or the Vice Countess Thorkov. 1,014 more words

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Hawkeye, My Life As A Weapon

 

 

BY; Matt Fraction, David Aja, Javier Pulido & Alan Davis

Published by MARVEL

Hawkeye My Life As A Weapon follows Clint Barton on his days ‘off’ being a mighty hero and avenger. 271 more words

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