The God of Mischief has become a king by his own hand and has a throne of his own… and he’s desperate to get away from it!
Rest easy, fans of Marvel Comics’ cosmic stories. Infinity Wars #1 is a worthy continuation of the saga of The Infinity Gems.
Thor: Ragnarok is an irreverent and downright silly adventure, with jokes and gags and bits being played out from beginning to end.
After The God of Mischief averts a terrorist attack, many Americans are ready to Vote Loki in 2016. But will he run? And will he run as a her?
This week in the Pull List, the Kabooooom! Crew recommend checking out Harley Quinn Future’s End #1, Magneto #10, Robert E. Howard’s Savage Sword #9, Loki: Agent of Asgard #6 and more!
Loki: Agent of Asgard has had a pretty tremendous first arc. Issues one and two were smart, fun stories, and issue three is the frontrunner for my favorite single issue of the year. Issue #4 picks up right where that one left off, changing course for a present-day scrape between Loki and Sigurd the Ever-Glorious. […]
AGENT OF ASGARD #3/ Written by AL EWING/ Art by LEE GARBETT/ Colors by NOLAN WOODARD/ Letters by VC’S CLAYTON COWLES/ Published by MARVEL COMICS When Agent of Asgard debuted, the most shocking thing about it was its sheer terrificness. Not to sound condescending, but the book had been written off (at least in my […]
Welcome back to Kabooooom’s weekly comic review round-up! Loki grows up in the latest Young Avengers, we’re introduced to the shy but dangerous secretary Velvet Templeton in Velvet #1, and follow along with the continuing quests of the Rat Queens. But first! Jack is back in debut issue of Samurai Jack. SAMURAI JACK #1/ Created […]