The security of the Marvel Universe is fractured. The world’s first line of defense, S.H.I.E.L.D., can no longer be trusted. The United States no longer has a super-spy agency with its best interests at heart – until now. 161 more words
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Today, Patrick and Michael are discussing Hadrian’s Wall 1, originally released September 14th, 2016. As always, this article contains SPOILERS.
Patrick: When you look at the landscape of genre fiction, you could be forgiven for thinking that there’s an unforgivably small number of genres that modern storytellers deal in. 1,486 more words
Rating: 4.5/5 – Investigating a Murder and His Ex-Wife in Space.
By ComicSpectrum senior reviewer Shawn Hoklas.
In the back of the first issue of Hadrian’s Wall, writer Kyle Higgins discusses where the “emotional core” of the story came from, and that’s a bad breakup. 350 more words
Hadrian’s Wall opens with a paragraph explaining the setting–it’s set in an alternate future because it has an alternate past (the U.S. and U.S.S.R. nuked each other in 1985 so the future’s different)–but then it’s just a traditional future cop sci-fi thing. 174 more words
Get ready to meet the all-new Mercs for Money this October! Wait, a new team already? Guess that’s what happens when the old team quits and goes solo. 180 more words