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Review: A-Force #1

A-Force is being sold as the all female Avengers team, but it really does read as a team made up of some of Marvel’s strongest characters, physically and in terms of depth. 220 more words

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Marvel maybe asking Ava DuVernay to direct next superhero film

Ava DuVernay, director of the Oscar winning film Selma, is rumored to be in talks with Marvel to direct a superhero film. If DuVernay actually ends up directing this time, she’ll be the first woman and African American to direct a film in the Marvel canon universe. 211 more words


"Captain Marvel #15" is a heartbreaking send-off (Review)

This review was originally published at InfiniteComix.com

Dating back to its previous volume, Kelly Sue DeConnick’s Captain Marvel has been one of the most important books Marvel has published in recent years, though it has been far from the best. 488 more words


Review: A-Force #1

It would seem as there is only one way to incorporate alternate universes together in comic book multiverses – make them fight!  Although the history of such occurrences are rare, this still seems to be the only manner in which the melding together of different universes is done.   360 more words


A-Force 1 review

Although I’m still not yet sure how I feel about Marvel’s Secret Wars event, one must admit it gives Marvel an opportunity to try all sorts of interesting experiments. 409 more words

Comic Review


Selma was without a doubt one of the biggest surprises of last year captivating and moving audiences from the tragic historical events through the civil rights era in the times of Martin Luther King Jr. 252 more words


TGA Podcast Episode 0037 - Nipple Clamps and Cankles

Free Comic Book Day recap, Charles Schulz museum, Mad Max; Fury Road, and recent reads. Also included is a teaser for Mad Mock’s upcoming radio drama. 107 more words