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Review: The New Avengers Issue 1

Written by Al Ewing

Art by Gerrardo Sandoval

Colour Art by Dono Sanchez Almara

Letters by VC’s Joe Caramagna

Published by Marvel

The all new AIM is here and WAY less villain-y than it’s ever been before. 396 more words

The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl 1 (December 2015)

I didn’t finish the last Squirrel Girl series, which is getting a very soft reboot here. I think there was a Secret Wars crossover. I’m not sure why I didn’t finish it. 215 more words


BearSleuth Spoiler Free Comic Book Bundle Week Eleven

For the first time in a while, DC Comics seem to be really hitting back against Marvel on the shelves this week. Since Convergence, earlier this year, DC Comics just seems to have tread water with some, admittedly good but nonetheless, samey story arcs. 1,236 more words


Jessica Jones Month: AKA The New Nanny

Welcome to Day 6 of Jessica Jones Month everyone! Being a superhero mother isn’t easy (just ask Sue Storm of the Fantastic Four), but it’s even harder when you’re a street level superhero and exposed to more violent criminal activity. 591 more words


The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl (aka THE BEST COMIC EVERRRRR)

I’m taking a break from my analysis of comics on “the shelf” to delve into a discussion about a *gasp* Marvel comic (yes, this blog is primarily DC-based, but that doesn’t mean I can’t branch out every once in a while.  1,179 more words


The Reason I Suck At Twitter ...Oh and Squirrel Girl, because, "Why not?" (Why?)

There’s one main reason I suck at Twitter (you’re not a 15 year-old girl? A 14 year-old boy?  You’re an old ass grandpa man? {Language!} …mentally.   134 more words


The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #1

Comics will get boring if you don’t take chances. While the greats are always worth a read, comics like Superman, Spider-Man, Batman, The Avengers, finding little quirky comics that will never reach the levels of popularity but are still damn good reads are what makes comic books so damn fun. 926 more words