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.
In Daredevil #17, Soule and Garney only scratch the surface of the big lingering question about Matt’s identity, but it’s an appropriately timed break from the main story.
It’s part two of Marvel’s latest event – Inhumans Vs. X-Men, as the mutants begin their assault on the Inhumans’ home, Attilan.
Daredevil #14 is superhero comics at their best and every panel of every page is crucial, making the series one of the best of 2016.
For this week’s pull list we have Red Sonja #0 and Inhumans vs X-Men #1!
Death of X #4 saves the series’ overall story with an elegant twist ending, though sloppy artwork and dull action scenes make it a difficult read.
Readers who aren’t totally into the happenings of Civil War II should look to this Charles Soule run on Daredevil for solace.
After concluding the last short story arc featuring Elektra, Charlie Soule starts readers on a new international tale called “Blind Man’s Bluff” in Daredevil #8. The cover depicts Matt Murdock sitting at a poker table, which as a blind man should prove to be quite challenging… and hilarious. The newly appointed New York prosecutor, Matt […]