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“Joy Operations” #1

By | Nov 26, 2021 | Reviews

Brian MIchael Bendis is one of those names that is instantly recognizable to most comic book fans, and even quite a few non comic book fans as well. The man has a career that has spanned decades with a list of titles that includes some of the comic industry’s greatest heroes. On top of that, […]

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“The Flash” #776

By | Nov 26, 2021 | Reviews

DC Comics has found a fun and familiar direction for Wally West in their main “The Flash” series. West has returned to the DC Universe as the premiere Flash. Artist Fernando Pasarin is joining Adams for the current exploration of the character. The last issue carried a tense cliffhanger featuring a familiar DC hero that […]

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“House of Slaughter” #2

By | Nov 25, 2021 | Reviews

Choices and revelations are made in this illuminating second issue. Some Spoilers Ahead Written by James Tynion IV & Tate Brombal Illustrated by Chris Shehan Colored by Miquel Muerto Lettered by Andworld Design Picking up immediately where the premiere issue left off, Aaron has found Jace in the woods, alone, and looking evil. Having been […]

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Ghostbusters: Afterlife

By | Nov 22, 2021 | Reviews

Five-and-a-half years ago, Paul Feig directed an all-female Ghostbusters reboot, which included the original surviving cast in cameo roles as new characters. Afterlife, which was greenlit after its predecessor proved to be a box office disappointment, is a thoroughly different beast: helmed by Jason Reitman, the son of original director Ivan Reitman himself, it centers […]

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“Wonder Woman: Evolution” #1

By | Nov 19, 2021 | Reviews

An introduction to a new limited series goes a bit weird in “Wonder Woman: Evolution” #1. Written by Stephanie Phillips Illustrated by Mike Hawthorne Inked by Adriano Di Benedetto Colored by Jordie Bellaire Lettered by Tom Napolitano Whisked away from Earth by a distant cosmic entity, Wonder Woman is forced to navigate a series of […]

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“Shang-Chi” #6

By | Nov 18, 2021 | Reviews

Putting a character through a redemption arc can undoubtedly be fun, but seeing how a character works when trying to redeem others is more interesting. That’s one of the reasons the newest adventures of Shang-Chi have been so enjoyable. While Shang-Chi is a good person who has risen above their training and conditioning of being […]

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“Doctor Who: Empire of the Wolf” #1

By | Nov 18, 2021 | Reviews

25 years ago, Paul McGann made his debut as the 8th Doctor in the 1996 Doctor Who movie. Say what you will about the film (and there’s a lot that can be said), but he made the role his own as the character developed through audio dramas and other expanded material until he regenerated in […]

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“The Unbelievable Unteens” #4

By | Nov 12, 2021 | Reviews

The Unbelievable Unteens finally come together in the latest “Black Hammer” miniseries finale. Some Spoilers Ahead Written by Jeff Lemire Illustrated, Colored, & Lettered by Tyler Crook After failing to inspire the Unteens to reunite in the last issue, Jack Sabbath is lost, unable to feel any sort of hope in having the team come […]

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“Venom” #1

By | Nov 12, 2021 | Reviews

I never liked Venom all that much. While I thought the idea of an alien symbiote bonding to a human was interesting, I always found him too one dimensional and more interested in being a t-shirt salesman than a good character. However, even I have to admit that the recent take on Venom has been […]

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“Zero Hour:” A Crisis In Recapping, Part 11

By | Nov 11, 2021 | Reviews

We made it, folks. Time and existence themselves were threatened, but we were saved by the heroes that continuously lift us up, channeling their energy into an angsty teenager in order to restart the Big Bang. Yes, it’s chaotic, yes, it doesn’t make a tonne of sense. But it’s “Zero Hour”, baby. It’s DC Comics […]

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“Asterix and the Picts”, “Asterix and the Missing Scroll”, “Asterix and the Chariot Race”, “Asterix and the Chieftain’s Daughter”, “Asterix and the Griffin”.

By | Nov 11, 2021 | Reviews

Sad news folks: these are the last five books of the series that have been published so far and the last article I will write about “Asterix and Obelix.” It has been an absolute joy sharing such a large part of my childhood with you guys and while there are millions of fans of the […]

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“Action Comics” #1036

By | Nov 11, 2021 | Reviews

Back in January, DC launched its ‘Future State’ event, which consisted of two months of stories set in a possible future, five or so years hence. One of those stories (“Superman: Worlds of War”) involved Superman as a prisoner of Mongul on Warworld. Since that miniseries, “Action Comics” has been slowly building to a version […]

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“Regarding the Matter of Oswald’s Body” #1

By | Nov 11, 2021 | Reviews

On the surface, “Regarding the Matter of Oswald’s Body” #1 seems like a pretty straightforward debut issue. Framed by supernatural, fantasy elements, however, there’s no telling where the series might go. (Warning: may contain minor spoilers.) Written by Christopher Cantwell Illustrated by Luca Casalanguida Colored by Giada Marchisio Lettered by AndWorld Design Where is Lee […]

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Eternals

By | Nov 10, 2021 | Reviews

This will be a spoiler-free review. The latest film out of Marvel Studios is Eternals, which had a lot of hype and even more questions about who these new characters are to join the MCU or what they are doing on Earth in the first place. The movie’s premise is a group of immortal beings […]

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