The first ballyhooed issue of Brian Michael Bendis’ run on Superman is here. Does it redefine the Superman mythos? No, but it’s a mostly solid Superman story.
As a whole, Jessica Jones has been an enjoyable run. This issue doesn’t particularly hit the ceiling readers were hoping for, but it certainly maintains the floor.
Infamous Iron Man #1 is a confusing mess, but is that due to poor writing? Or is it due to Marvel completely dropping the ball on scheduling?
Spider-Man #5 is a good comic book, it’s got its problems with consistency and artistic choices but it comes together nicely.
Civil War II started a few weeks ago with an emotional and somewhat shocking first issue. After a few tie-ins (one of them being quite Amazing) the stage is set for lines to be drawn and sides to be chosen by the big names in Marvel Comics. Despite being such a big event, there isn’t […]
It’s finally here! After all the hype and ‘Road To Civil War’ tie-ins, we’ve reached Civil War II #1! The original Civil War story arc – now a major hit movie – represents a time in comic book fandom that was both exciting and divisive – can Marvel produce that same atmosphere again? Their Free Comic […]
As your resident Spider-Man super fan here at Kabooooom, I do my research on the web each week and see what the rest of the comic book community thinks of these books. In my recent findings I came across an interesting opinion: the Amazing Spider-Man series has made Peter Parker into, essentially, Iron Man, to allow […]
Comic books are all about set up and execution, two things at which Brian Michael Bendis is exceptional. The forward to International Iron Man #1 is one sentence… ONE SENTENCE! That’s all any reader with even the tiniest knowledge of Iron Man needs to jump into this book, and that in itself is impressive. Bendis […]