This week’s Round-Up of Reviews includes the first issues of Marauders and the Amazing Mary Jane, plus the latest issue of Second Coming and Aquaman Annual #2.
In order to save Iron Man and Spider-Man, Mary Jane Watson must again become the Iron Spider in Amazing Spider-Man #15!
After the conclusion of the Zodiac global chase adventures, Amazing Spider-Man #12 sees Peter heads home to NYC for a much needed breather – not only for the character but for readers as well. Peter is attending a charity event for Parker Industries, accompanied by our old friend Harry (Osborn) Lyman. It warms the heart […]
Brian Michael Bendis is one of the best comic book writers of the modern era, maybe even of all-time. Most of us know him best for his Spider-Man efforts, various Marvel crossover events, and a ton of really good runs on numerous books. Iron-Man is a new task for the talented storyteller, and as always, […]
Happy Valentine’s Day! On this most romantic of holidays, we here at Kabooooom are sharing with you our favorite couples from comic books. So read on and feel free to share your favorite comic book couple in the comments!
I’ve loved Spider-Man since I was just a little guy breaking into comics. As typical as it is, I connected to Peter Parker and all his geeky, imperfect sarcasm. I found and still find One More Day to be absolutely atrocious for many reasons that have been argued for nearly eight years in online forums. There’s […]
This whole concept behind The Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows was to give Spider-Man fans what they haven’t seen in a while: Peter and MJ married and with a young daughter. It was very pleasing from the start, and then they brought back the beloved black symbiote suit which only added another layer of nostalgia. […]
Some may think that Secret Wars is really starting to feel like a thinly veiled excuse for writers to create lengthy What If? plots. In the first issue of Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows, Dan Slott gets to dive into a reality where Peter and Mary Jane didn’t separate and we never had to live through One More […]