Astonishing X-Men (2017-) #7

Comic Book Review: Astonishing X-Men (2017-) #7

Title: Astonishing X-Men (2017-) #7 Publisher: Marvel Writer: Charles Soule Artist: Phil Noto Letterer: Clayton Cowles Publication Date: January 3rd, 2018 Publisher’s Summary: “A MAN CALLED X Part 1! CHARLES XAVIER has a plan. He's...
Rogue & Gambit (2018) #1

Comic Book Review: Rogue & Gambit (2018) #1 (of 5)

Title: Rogue & Gambit (2018) #1 (of 5) Publisher: Marvel Writer: Kelly Thompson Artist: Pere Perez Colorist: Frank D'Armata Lettering: Joe Caramagna Publication Date: January 3rd, 2018     Publisher’s Summary: “Everybody's favorite X-couple is reunited! And...
Captain America #695

Comic Book Review: Captain America #695

Title: Captain America #695 Publisher: Marvel Words: Mark Waid Art: Chris Samnee Colors: Matthew Wilson Letters: Joe Caramagna Publication Date: November 1, 2017 Publisher’s Summary: “HOME OF THE BRAVE begins – and Steve Rogers is back...

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Review

Wrapped in a package of humor and action, the message of family being more than just blood shines bright as the overall theme. The insight into why people do what they do, even when it seem to be in direct opposition to what they truly want, gives depth to a set of characters so diverse anybody can find one to identify with.

Man-Thing #1 Review

The best part of this issue is the artwork. Peralta and Rosenberg render eloquence and emotion to a creature never meant to have either, and capture mundane office and street scenes with appropriate realism.
Venom 2017) #3

Venom (2017) #3

It doesn’t get much more uneventful than this. Unfortunately, Issue #3 feels bland and uninspired; neither the artwork or writing wows, and seeing as though this is only the third issue of a new series, the Venom team needs to pick it up before fans flock to something worth reading. I really want this to work, there’s potential, but a change is needed and it’s needed now. Skip this one, you’re not missing much.

Silver Surfer Epic Collection Vol.1: When Calls Galactus

An accidental allegory, that holds up despite its flaws, and when focused on the Surfer. I just wish that Stan Lee was a better writer.