Reviews

  1. 3.5Power Man and Iron Fist #5 Image

    Power Man and Iron Fist #5

    The concluding chapter of the “All-New, All-Different” Power Man and Iron Fist limited series attempts to wrap up a very involved detective story and does not spare a page in doing so.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Jamil Scalese May 27, 2011
  2. 3FF #4 Image

    FF #4

    A conversation about sandwiches, an encounter between the Wizard's young clone and Ben Grimm, an attack by the Mole Man and lots of meeting minutes at the Society to Take Down All the Reed Richards comprise this issue of FF.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Ray Tate May 27, 2011
  3. 4Captain America #618 Image

    Captain America #618

    After some slight mishaps during Captain America: Reborn , Ed Brubaker appears to be back on full-grind, delivering the espionage star-spangled comic like no other.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Travis Walecka May 27, 2011
  4. 4Marvel Adventures Spider-Man #14 Image

    Marvel Adventures Spider-Man #14

    Marvel Adventures Spider-Man #14 is a testament to the way you can relate a traditional superhero versus supervillain story without leaving behind a stale aftertaste.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Ray Tate May 27, 2011
  5. 4Vampirella: The Scarlet Legion #1 Image

    Vampirella: The Scarlet Legion #1

    Vampirella seems to have lost her compassion for humanity and gained a taste for human blood in Scarlet Legion, but fear not Vampi fans, writer Joe Harris isn't flushing Vampirella's history as humanity's champion down the toilet.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Ray Tate May 26, 2011
  6. 3.5Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #158 Image

    Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #158

    For starters, I’d like to thank Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #158 for washing out much of the foul taste left behind by last issue’s crossover poisoned cliffhanger.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Chris Kiser May 26, 2011
  7. 3.5Deadpool MAX #8 Image

    Deadpool MAX #8

    Marvel's MAX line has been about as hip-hop as comics gets since its inception, with obvious riffs on the genre's iconography in founding titles like Cage and Foolkiller and a general interest in taking the Marvel U to the streets of New York.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Morgan Davis May 26, 2011