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I (kinda) Heart Hyperion

April 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

Really. “Kinda” is about as far as I can get with this one, but let me back up. The Squadron Supreme are a strange franchise. Much like The Inhumans, the Squadron has had many attempts...

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Secret Wars #9 – The Finale

January 29, 2016 | 0 Comments

Secret Wars ended very recently with the kind of bang I was hoping for. No Hulks and Deadpools bashing and smashing and shooting. Sure, there was a great punch up, but Secret Wars #9 ended, much...

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Marvel’s all-new, all-different, all-adjectives reboot madness continues this week with A-Force, a reboot/renumbering of the series that began last May as part of the Secret Wars crossover event. The book features the first all-female Avengers...

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On Netflix’ Jessica Jones, Patsy Walker is the perfect counterbalance to the damaged protagonist. Jessica fights with raw strength, Patsy with trained precision. Jessica reacts emotionally; Patsy responds logically. Both literally and metaphorically, she is the...

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Somehow, over the last five or so years, Marvel have built up a proper franchise around Spider-Man and I never really noticed. Partly that’s because I don’t read any Spidey books, but also because, as...

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Ghost Racers #1-4

October 16, 2015 | 0 Comments

Ghost Racers is a big, dumb, violent mess. It is also the best of Marvel’s Secret Wars tie-ins, and possibly the most entertaining comic of 2015. It is visceral, primal, and somehow manages to be...

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So there are times that I’ll admit I get bored with comics. I buy them, then realize I’m two, three, four, or a dozen comics behind in that series and can’t read the one I...

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Redemption. A single word to describe the massive final arc of the Iron Fist.  Following ‘Rage’, ‘Redemption’ is the ideal complement to the series. The other half of the whole. The comeback story to perfectly...

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This issue of Ultimate Fantastic Four has two things on the cover that don’t appear in the book. One of them is Mark Millar, who appears as one of the creators, but who isn’t credited...

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We’re four issues in and, to be honest, I thought I’d get further before I was horrified at something Mark Millar had his name on. For starters, it’s got Brian Michael Bendis as co-writer. Then,...

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