Author Archives: Alexander Jones

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Hunt for Wolverine Weapon Lost 1 Featured Reviews
“Hunt for Wolverine: Weapon Lost” #1

By | May 3, 2018 | Reviews

The hunt for Wolverine has begun and as you can imagine, it is incredibly difficult to see what Daredevil and some of the street-level Marvel heroes have to get out of his return. While Matt Murdock is a fantastic character author Charles Soule seems to bear a great affection for, it is hard to take […]

Avengers 690 Featured Reviews
“Avengers” #690

By | Apr 27, 2018 | Reviews

The Avengers weekly storyline ‘No Surrender’ has finally come to an end with this new chapter of the series. With the conflict over in the last installment, readers get to see the different Avengers heroes pick up the pieces and see who is left standing in this final entry. However, does this script serve as […]

Optimus Prime 18 Featured Reviews
“Optimus Prime” #18

By | Apr 19, 2018 | Reviews

With the entire Universe drawing to a close, the Transformers titles have a limited time to wrap up years of continuity and deliver fans what they are seeking before restarting the line as a whole. With the advent of Onyx Prime and the rise of Unicron looming over the franchise, there is a certain weight […]

Detective Comics 978 Featured Reviews
“Detective Comics” #978

By | Apr 13, 2018 | Reviews

“Detective Comics” as we know it winding down as DC has already announced an upcoming creative team to replace writer James Tynion IV and the rotating artists on the title, including Javier Fernandez. With the latest developments and the impending sense of finality the run currently has, will Tynion be able to watch over each […]

Shadowman 1 Featured Reviews
Pick of the Week: “Shadowman” #1

By | Mar 29, 2018 | Pick of the Week, Reviews

With the previous volume of “Shadowman” loosely redefining the character, Valiant Entertainment has another chance to bring back the hero and better establish him for the modern incarnation of Valiant. The publisher still utilizes Jack Boniface, the original hero of the series, as well as the rest of the core cast members from the initial […]

Cave Carson Has An Interstellar Eye 1 featured Reviews
“Cave Carson Has An Interstellar Eye” #1

By | Mar 22, 2018 | Reviews

With the ‘Milk Wars’ crossover finally in the dust, DC Comics is revising the Young Animal line featuring familiar comic books with new names. Caver Carson is joining in on the fun with a brand new name for his title dubbed “Cave Carson Has An Interstellar Eye.” Will the title take on a new direction […]

Sideways 2 Featured Reviews
“Sideways” #2

By | Mar 15, 2018 | Reviews

DC’s ‘New Age of Heroes’ line is one of the most baffling additions to the publisher’s huge expansion into different spaces and ideas. The initiative serves as a platform for the different artists in comics to explore new characters, ideas, and concepts. While most ideas spinning out of the line have failed to find their […]

Xena 1 Featured Reviews
“Xena” #1

By | Feb 15, 2018 | Reviews

With the rise of female-driven action titles and a demand for similar content in the direct market, we need Xena, Warrior Princess now more than ever before. To hold fans over for a reboot of the television show, Dynamite is back with a new ongoing series starring the tough-as-nails action hero. Will writer Meredith Finch […]

Superman 40 Featured Reviews
“Superman” #40

By | Feb 8, 2018 | Reviews

After a couple expansive storylines and bombastic arcs, Superman’s traditional ongoing comic book is going back-to-basics and embarking on a more classic storyline with ‘Suicide Planet.’ Series regular artist Doug Mahnke is returning to the comic alongside veteran DC writer James Robinson. While only having some of the classic Rebirth “Superman” creative team is strange, […]

Deathstroke Annual 1 Featured Reviews
“Deathstroke Annual” #1

By | Feb 2, 2018 | Reviews

After hitting one of his lowest points ever, Slade Wilson tried to rebuild his life by renouncing killing and creating a team of superheroes. However, Slade hasn’t been finding this transition easy or simple. “Deathstroke Annual” #1 shows how people can repeat patterns of behavior no matter how much they try and break the cycle. […]

Avengers 677 Featured Reviews
“Avengers” #677

By | Jan 26, 2018 | Reviews

The Avengers are ditching their three books and going weekly for a huge crossover storyline. The first two chapters turned out pretty well so far. Will Marvel be able to retain the high level of quality while telling a coherent narrative on a weekly basis? Readers still don’t know the villains behind the narrative or […]


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