Comic Articles

  1. Villains for Hire #0.1 Cover Image

    Villains for Hire #0.1

    This is one of the most misleading covers I've seen on a Marvel book. Lucky for us, Misty Knight alias Control is not reforming Heroes for Hire with villainy at its core. Point one is really a done in one, well-written plain ol' Heroes for Hire issue.

    Comic Review Article Ray Tate November 4, 2011
  2. All-Star Western #2 Cover Image

    All-Star Western #2

    What happened? There I was, loving the shit out of All Star Western's first issue and along comes Issue Two, not exactly ruining my starry eyed attraction but certainly dampening it.

    Comic Review Article Nick Hanover November 3, 2011
  3. Captain America & Bucky #623 Cover Image

    Captain America & Bucky #623

    The story reads a lot like a buddy comic full of hijinks, reminiscent of the sort of comics that would've been popular during the actual WWII era. Even with the serious nature of their mission, the focus seems as if it's going to be on Bucky and Toro getting into trouble when left on their own. It is not, however, 1944 anymore, and this comic was written with an eye on the reality of history, not the glossy, propaganda version.

    Comic Review Article Sara McDonald November 3, 2011
  4. Guarding the Globe #6 Cover Image

    Guarding the Globe #6

    Paris is in ruins. Set and the Order have already destroyed it, so what can the Guardians do about it, when they fly in with all the bravado they can muster? Where do they get all that bravado, anyway?

    Comic Review Article Shawn Hill November 3, 2011
  5. Secret Avengers #18 Cover Image

    Secret Avengers #18

    llis has consistently been delivering solid comics with his run on Secret Avengers, and this issue is certainly no exception. It reads more like an espionage thriller than a traditional superhero comic, with action that moves the story along without ever hitting a lull.

    Comic Review Article Sara McDonald November 3, 2011
  6. The Graham of Shame Edition Cover Image

    The Graham of Shame Edition

    Today's interview is with Graham. He's a single, 27 year old living in NYC who currently works in advertising. His take on comics is something that will definitely get some people talking. So let's find out what Graham REALLY knows about comics.

    Column Article Joe Mulvey November 3, 2011