This Week’s Mini-Review Round-Up includes the latest chapters of Rogue & Gambit, Batman: White Knight, X-Men Red, The Snagglepuss Chronicles & Prism Stalker #1.
In this week’s batch of mini-reviews, we have Rogue & Gambit #2, Swamp Thing Winter Special #1, and The Wicked + The Divine: 1923 #1.
Rogue & Gambit #1 is a great first issue for this mini, giving us just enough of a hint of what’s to come while also offering up what we really want – Rogue and Gambit, trading barbs and enjoying every minute of it.
When you open the book you begin to hear it. Familiar electric chords. The opening notes to a familiar melody of Saturday morning. It is the sound of your childhood returning. I had not realized the full scope of the Secret Wars event until reading X-Men ‘92. Marvel has taken the old comic trope of […]
X-MEN: GOLD #1/ Written by CHRIS CLAREMONT, STAN LEE, LOUISE SIMONSON, LEN WEIN, ROY THOMAS, & FABIAN NICIEZA/ Art by BOB MCLEOD, WALTER SIMONSON, PAT OLLIFFE, JORGE MOLINA, & SALVADOR LARROCA/ Letters by TOM ORZECHOWSKI/ Colors by VARIOUS/ Published by MARVEL COMICS X-Men: GOLD is more like X-Men: ZINC. This “special” issue marking the X-Men’s […]
Welcome again to Kabooooom’s weekly comics review round-up! In this edition, Marcus and Ann take a hard look at two of Marvel’s offerings, Thunderbolts #14 and X-Men #4. While Matthew, delves into a children’s title comic book readers of all ages will enjoy with Gestalt Comics’, The Deep: Here Be Dragons #2. THUNDERBOLTS #14/ Story […]
Welcome back to Kabooooom’s weekly comics review round-up! This week it’s simply MARVELous! (You see what I did there? Yeah, I’m definitely not sorry about either.) After last month’s Fearless Defenders left fans reeling, Marcus covers the aftermath of their clash with the Doom Maidens, and catches up with the Guardians in this post-Age of […]
Written by CHRISTOS GAGE Art by DAVID BALDEON & JORDI TARRAGONA Colors by BRIAN REBER Letters by VC’S CORY PETIT This is the smackdown we have all been waiting for folks: Rogue vs. Ms. Marvel. But instead what we get is an attempt by Christos Gage to have a fight that doubles as a moral […]