This Week’s Mini-Review Round-Up includes the latest chapters of Rogue & Gambit, Batman: White Knight, X-Men Red, The Snagglepuss Chronicles & Prism Stalker #1.
In this week’s batch of mini-reviews, we have Rogue & Gambit #2, Swamp Thing Winter Special #1, and The Wicked + The Divine: 1923 #1.
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.
When you open the book you begin to hear it. Familiar electric chords. The opening notes to a familiar melody of Saturday morning. It is the sound of your childhood returning. I had not realized the full scope of the Secret Wars event until reading X-Men ‘92. Marvel has taken the old comic trope of […]
Welcome to Kabooooom! Scoop, our latest feature where we collect the biggest comic book, television, and movie news you may have missed and need to know! Longtime X-Men producer, Lauren Shuler Donner confirms Channing Tatum as Gambit. The Ragin’ Cajun last appeared in Wolverine: Origins and was played by Taylor Kitsch. No word on when […]
Written by MARJORIE LIU Art by MIKE PPERKINS Colors by ANDY TROY / Letters by JOE CARAMAGNA “What is it about love? On the scale of regret, nothing else can compete. It makes us more foolish than the Greeks, and more vengeful than the Romans. And it makes us give ourselves up entirely for others.” So […]
Written by CHRISTOS GAGE Art by DAVID BALDEON & JORDI TARRAGONA Colors by SONIA OBACK / Letters by VC’s CORY PETIT As the Exodus conflict comes to an end, Christos Gage cements the books new direction. There are a lot of elements here that work well and the whole book is fun, even when the […]
Written by CHRISTOS GAGE Art by DAVID BALDEON & JORDI TARRAGONA Colors by SONIA OBACK / Letters by VC’s CORY PETIT Round two of Rogue and friends versus Exodus is something of a bright and bombastic light show. Christos Gage serves up some interesting character moments, whilst David Baldeon really does deliver on the art. Now […]