Taking a breather from main story, Star Wars #27 features a tale from Yoda’s younger days in another wonderful interlude issue.
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?
Regardless of being forced into the fray of Civil War II, Power Man & Iron Fist continues to be one of the best comics on the shelves and everybody should be reading it.
Readers who aren’t totally into the happenings of Civil War II should look to this Charles Soule run on Daredevil for solace.
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 […]
Daredevil is a dark character – or at least he is when he’s being taken care of by the creative team that are currently telling his tales. Charles Soule and company have returned Daredevil to the dark and dirty drama of Hell’s Kitchen, and cannot stress enough how much I’m enjoying it. I also love, […]
After an entertaining and different run of Daredevil on the west coast, the man without fear returns home to New York. A return to form for ol’ horn head as he will be drenched in the sludge and darkness that fans have enjoyed from his most famous stories. His costume isn’t the only new feature […]
I don’t know about you, but Marvel’s Age of Apocalypse mega-event from the 1995 stands as one of my favorite events ever. Sure it was super-long, spanning nine different tie-in series over an entire year, but the alternate reality where Charles Xavier’s death ushered in the dominance of Apocalypse was exciting and entertaining. Writers like Mark […]