Sam Humphries’ script and Ethan Van Sciver’s art unite to form an amazing comic focused on a truly detestable villain.
This new story arc, starting with issue #8, serves as a reminder to readers that Rocket Girl is beautifully drawn, high-octane fun.
Earlier this year, Marvel Comics restructured how readers could redeem their digital comics codes — and fans were not happy. They listened, they changed, and now Marvel’s Buy Print, Get Digital service is better than ever!
Action Comics #976 gives us an action-filled, feel good beginning, while the anticipation Jurgens builds through the unanswered questions at the end of the issue paint an exciting future for Superman.
The main problem with Vampirella #1 is this issue creates more questions than answers, but the amount of potential here warrants giving Cornell more time to develop what direction this series is actually going to take.
Mother Panic is a slow-burn, full of angst and intrigue. With four issues on the stands, it’s clear this is a series that demands attention.
With Lemire, Soule, and Yu at the helm, this should have been one of the best issues on the stand this week, unfortunately, Inhumans vs X-Men #6 comes across as lackluster and stale.
This issue focuses on Violet’s present, with writer Jody Houser placing Violet in a situation that forces her to play the hero in Mother Panic #3.