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“Savage Avengers” #1

By | May 19, 2022 | Reviews

Marvel’s last volume of “Savage Avengers” ended with a wistful Conan locked in a big battle. The new volume of “Savage Avengers” looks to pick up on some of those threads and introduce current Marvel characters into this series. In fact, this new volume of “Savage Avengers” has quite the cast with heroes like Deathlock, […]

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The Webcomics Weekly #186: It’s Gotta Be May

By | May 17, 2022 | Reviews

The Webcomics Weekly is back in your life. This week we take a unique look at “The Uniques” and return to check up on our brush work with “Brush Stroke”. As well as a loreful look at “Lore Olympus”. Brush Stroke Episodes 16-20: ‘Finally’ – ‘Stuck’ Updates: Wednesday By Emma Kubert Reviewed by Elias Rosner […]

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“Eight Billion Genies” #1

By | May 13, 2022 | Reviews

Pretty much every time you encounter the end of the world in media, there’s nothing fun about it. Sure, there might be tongue-in-cheek elements like the anachronistic music and 50’s design of the Fallout universe. Still, those are usually window dressing to the depressing shell of what society used to be. But what if the […]

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“Grim” #1

By | May 13, 2022 | Reviews

Spring is upon us (at least in the northern hemisphere), meaning that summer is just around the corner. Popsicles, sunshine, bliss, jean shorts, fun and flirtations — that’s the promise of spring and summer. “Grim” #1 is a far cry from any of that, and instead opens in the biting cold on an icy road […]

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“The Jurassic League” #1

By | May 13, 2022 | Reviews

Alternate universe and “what if?” stories can be fun. What would the Justice League look like if they all had different powers? What if Superman landed in Russia instead of America? And now, Juan Gedeon, Daniel Warren Johnson, and Mike Spicer attempt to answer the age-old question: what if the Justice League members were all […]

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“Tales from Harrow County: Lost Ones” #1

By | May 12, 2022 | Reviews

For the last two arcs of “Tales from Harrow County,” the series has focused on Bernice Anderson as its protagonist. With ‘Lost Ones’ however, we return to Emmy Crawford, the protagonist from the original “Harrow County” series. While on paper this may appear to be setting up a familiar story in the vein of the […]

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The Webcomics Weekly #185: May Day (5/10/2022 Edition)

By | May 10, 2022 | Reviews

Hey y'all. It's been one hell of a week, both in the comics community and out. So no pithy intro this week. Hope you're all doing alright and if not, that things are on the horizon to bring you there. We've got a slightly light week, with the most recent episodes of "Dr. Frost" and a newcomer "Legends of Silica." Catch ya'll on the flip side of The Webcomics Weekly.

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“Giant-Size X-Men: Thunderbird” #1

By | May 6, 2022 | Reviews

I already write thousands of words a month about “X-Men” comics, so volunteering to write some more comes as a bit of a surprise to me. The Mutantversity column is fixated on story and continuity, but it’s rare that I look at an issue with a critical eye, trying to assess it as a comic. […]

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“Archer & Armstrong Forever” #1

By | May 6, 2022 | Reviews

In the lean, mean, well put together machine of Valiant’s superhero universe there are the serious superheroes and the funny superheroes. Serious heroes such as Bloodshot or the Eternal Warrior are written and drawn in a pretty straight forward fashion, using their skills and abilities to protect the universe and the people they love while […]

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Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

By | May 6, 2022 | Reviews

This review may contain minor spoilers. If you’re wondering though: there is an important mid-credits scene, and a post-credits scene that resembles an outtake. One of the most pretentious things a comic book fan can say about an adaptation is that “it’s not how I would’ve done it” — all adaptations are ultimately a person’s […]

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“Star Wars: Obi-Wan” #1

By | May 5, 2022 | Reviews

Just a short time before A New Hope Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi reflects on one of his first childhood adventures while living at the Jedi Temple.Mild Spoilers Ahead! Written by Christopher Cantwell Illustrated by Ario Anindito Colored by Carlos Lopez Lettered by VC’s Joe Caramagna Obi-Wan is on the cusp of his destiny at the […]

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“Knights of X” #1

By | Apr 28, 2022 | Reviews

In a genre that feels so beholden to science fiction, it’s always fun to see superheroes fight the magical and mystical. While the X-Men are no strangers to the world of magic, they have had some of their most memorable adventures in the Otherworld in recent years. What sets it apart? A creative team that […]

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“Power Rangers Universe” #5

By | Apr 28, 2022 | Reviews

BOOM! Studios has been expanding their “Power Rangers” comic line with more tie-ins, mini-series, and one-shots – and the latest is building on the universe with a look at the history of early Legendary Ranger teams. The mini series is almost over, but we’ve finally seen the first morph, now let’s see how the penultimate […]

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