Marvel Comics Reviews

July 22, 2017 0

Astonishing X-Men #1 Review

ResurrXion started off well for the X-Men comics but quickly became old as the Blue and Gold were following the same old direction the franchise has been in the last few years. Add in even more confusing elements such as characters from other universes (coughUltimate Wolverinecough) and overuse of [...]

DC Comics Reviews

July 20, 2017 1

Super Sons #6 Review

Super Sons has been one of the more enjoyable comics DC has come out with during the Rebirth-era. Peter Tomasi has shown that his experience in writing both Robin and Superboy have been a great weapon for how he develops these two character. The status of their friendship is clear and now things [...]

Other Publishers Reviews

July 21, 2017 0

Archie #22 Review

The new Archie comic by Mark Waid has been one of the bigger surprises in comics. Even though I’ve never read an Archie comic before Waid’s rebooted series this has been quite the treat. Waid has tapped into the elements that make the Archie world stand out and giving it a modern flair without [...]

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Final Crisis #6 Review

The Revolution loved Final Crisis #5. Morrison did a phenomenal job transforming Darskeid into a villain who truly feels like a god. The ending of Final Crisis #5 was quite powerful as Darkseid appears to be the most powerful villain that we have ever seen in the DCU. I am excited to see what [...]