In Black Panther, writer/director Ryan Coogler introduces Wakanda to the world at large with an empowering movie that is bold and unabashed in its blackness.
Harley Quinn #34 is a fantastic finale, cementing that Conner and Palmiotti’s run as the quintessential, modern take on Harley Quinn.
Rogue & Gambit #1 is a great first issue for this mini, giving us just enough of a hint of what’s to come while also offering up what we really want – Rogue and Gambit, trading barbs and enjoying every minute of it.
The Last Jedi is a thrilling, high-stakes adventure that is as emotionally complex as it is action-packed. For fans, watching the film will be a transformative experience.
Justice League is sloppy. There’s so much that doesn’t work and looks bad. And yet somehow, the characters are charming and leave you wanting more.
Thor: Ragnarok is an irreverent and downright silly adventure, with jokes and gags and bits being played out from beginning to end.
What hi-jinks will ensue when Harley and Ivy cross paths with Betty and Veronica? Not a whole lot, actually, at least not yet.
Spider-Man: Homecoming is a fun comic book adventure, a hilarious and awkward high school comedy, and an interesting experiment for sharing characters and building continuity.