DC Rebirth continues to dominate our pull list, this week with Aquaman #1 and Wonder Woman #1.
After years of conflicting revamps, Wonder Woman needed a decisive declaration of who she is. Unfortunately, that’s not what Wonder Woman Rebirth #1 is.
Doctor Pamela Isley has been many things in her life. A lover. A fighter. A hero. A villain. An eco-terrorist. A scientist. An agent of The Green. A protector of The Earth. She is not easily classified in literal or figurative terms, now being a hybrid of both plant and animal life. Small wonder she’s […]
In Marvel’s ‘Star Wars’ #1, the creators made some sly references to what we’ve already seen in the original trilogy. Here’s 8 we caught – did we miss any?
I’m not typically a fan of comic stories that hinge on the mass destruction of real-world cities, but in the case of Valiant’s Armor Hunters event miniseries, writer Robert Venditti makes it work. Armor Hunters #2 opens with Mexico City no more and the entire planet at risk of facing the same fate. The stakes […]
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 […]
REAL HEROES #1/ Written & Art by BRYAN HITCH/ Inks by PAUL NEARY/ Colors by LAURA MARTIN/ Letters by CHRIS ELIOPOULOS/ Published by IMAGE COMICS In a world very much like our own, the biggest film franchise in years is based around a superhero team known as The Olympians. Tragedy strikes at the premiere for […]
Welcome back to the round-up! This week it’s a battle between Avengers books as we’ve got reviews of both Uncanny Avengers and Avengers Assemble. But first! Firefly returns (sort of) with Dark Horse’s Serenity: Leaves on the Wind. SERENITY: LEAVES ON THE WIND #1/ Written by ZACK WHEDON/ Art by GEORGES JEANTY/ Inks by KARL […]