Based on Sony’s Spider-Man game, this book for Marvel’s Gamerverse line is the first comic to make a case for skipping reading to play more video games.
As the release of Avengers: Age Of Ultron draws ever closer, telltale signs are emerging that herald its coming. The movie’s stars are making the rounds on the talk show circuit; The Hulk is currently appearing on bags of Doritos Jacked 3-D chips; Marvel is releasing a bevy of comic tie-ins, old and new, to […]
Wolverine has faced a lot of challenges during Paul Cornell’s run on the title. He’s lost his healing factor, been humiliated both physically and emotionally, and has faced his fear of death. In Wolverine #12, Wolverine’s journey comes full circle in a surprisingly well done final issue. It has been awkward to watch one of Marvel’s […]
Welcome to another installment of Kabooooom’s comic review round-up! It’s a super mixed bag today with reviews of the kid friendly Captain Ultimate #2, the spy thriller Zero #1 from Image, and X-Men: Legacy #17. Which is worth a read and which isn’t? Read on to find out! CAPTAIN ULTIMATE #2/ Written by JOEY ESPOSITO […]
Welcome back to Kabooooom’s comics review round-up! It’s another all Marcus edition as he continues our coverage of DC Comics’ Trinity War with the latest Phantom Stranger, and gives us a breather from the continuity shattering conflict with the refreshing and comical Superior Foes of Spider-Man. TRINITY OF SIN: THE PHANTOM STRANGER #11/ Written by […]
Written by CHRISTOS GAGE Art by RAFA SANDOVAL & JORDI TARRAGONA Colors by RACHELLE ROSENBERG / Letters by VC’S CORY PETIT AvX has landed on the doorstep of The Jean Grey School For Higher Learning with mixed results. After the overtly melodramatic moments of last issue this is certainly an improvement, but there are still […]
Written by CAITLIN R. KIERNAN Art & Letters by STEVE LIEBER Colors by RACHELLE ROSENBERG My initial review of Alabaster: Wolves #1 provided a cautious recommendation due to concern about the potential of teen angst factoring into the storyline and creating yet another Twilight clone. However, fortune has seen fit to provide evidence to the […]
Written by CHRISTOS GAGE Art by RAFA SANDOVAL & JORDI TARRAGONA Colors by RACHELLE ROSENBERG / Letters by VC’S CORY PETIT The melodrama that Christos Gage infused last issue with remains but it has become a little overwhelming as the plight of Weapon Omega and Mimic hits an almighty emotional crescendo. When melodrama is done […]