Or Spider-Men II Issues 1-5 Review
So Spider-Men II has come to a close and with that one of Bendis’s Marvel books has finished. Finished before he leaves for a fresh set of characters over at DC. Now everyone’s already talked about how monumental the move is but I want to talk about this series, and issue five in particular as I believe it can represent Bendis’s final days at Marvel.
(Heavy spoilers for the series) Continue reading “How Spider-Men II is symbolic of Brian Michael Bendis leaving Marvel Comics”
The DC event of the year. It’s been years in the making but we’re finally able to get our hands on the crossover between the Watchmen and the DC Universe.
Writer: Geoff Johns
Artist: Gary Frank Continue reading “Doomsday Clock #1 Review”
A story about unnecessary pressures and a short update on the state of the blog.
CM Punk swaps the gloves for the pen as he writes another story for Marvel, this time a one shot about Shang-Chi, the Master of Kung Fu. Continue reading “Master of Kung Fu #126 Review”
Black Hole Rising Part One
The returning Meena takes Barry Allen and Wally West on a training run, but is this the same Meena that Allen and West lost? Continue reading “The Flash #34 Review”
Still trapped in Mojo’s world, the X-Men have to fight their most famous battles over again to survive. Continue reading “X-Men Gold #15 Review”
The team of Hellstrom, Ghost Rider and Blade continue on their investigation of the silver bullet handed to them by a dying angel but what they find only adds more questions. Continue reading “Spirits of Vengeance #2 Review”