Dark Days: The Forge – the first prelude to the upcoming Dark Knights: Metal event – could be said to be the summer’s most eagerly anticipated comic book with no sense of hyperbole. Reuniting writer Scott Snyder and artist Greg Capullo – the dream team behind the critically acclaimed and beloved by fans New 52 […]


Comic Review: SUPERMAN #33

Two solid issues of Superman in a row? The new DC, there’s no stopping them now! The Man of Steel’s refresh era continues in Superman #33, with writer Geoff Johns and long-time Marvel artist John Romita Jr. bringing readers part two of their “Man of Tomorrow” story. While not quite as explosive as their first […]

Comic Review: SUPERMAN #32

Superman #32 feels like the book we should have received 31 issues ago. Marvel royalty John Romita Jr. lands at DC in a big way this month, joining the company’s Chief Creative Officer and noted character rehab specialist Geoff Johns. Together, the superstar duo tackle the longstanding albatross of mainstream comics: what to do with […]

QUICKIE REVIEW: Amazing Spider-Man #700.1

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #700.1/ Written by DAVID MORRELL/ Art by KLAUS JANSON/ Color by STEVE BUCCELLATTO/ Published by MARVEL COMICS It’s a chilly, somber return to the life of Peter Parker in the pages of Amazing Spider-Man 700.1. Writer David Morrell and artist Klaus Janson deliver part one of “Frost”, a dreamlike story with a bit […]

REVIEW: The Amazing Spider-Man #675

REVIEW: The Amazing Spider-Man #675

Written by DAN SLOTT Art by GIUSEPPE CAMUNCOLI & KLAUS JANSON  Colors by FRANK D’ARMATA / Letters by JOE CARAMAGNA This issue of Amazing Spider-Man reminded me why I like Spider-Man stories so much, they’re comic book fun with just the right hint of deep emotional sentiment. This latest installment is a joy to read […]