Reviews

  1. 5Cyclops One-Shot Image

    Cyclops One-Shot

    When did Cyclops become such a lousy character? When Jean Grey returned, and he happened to already be married to Madelyn Pryor.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Ray Tate April 5, 2011
  2. 4.5Amazing Spider-Man #657 Image

    Amazing Spider-Man #657

    Yay! Me finally gets to review Amazing Spidey -- and what an honor it is to review such an issue.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Travis Walecka April 5, 2011
  3. 4.5Nonplayer #1 Image

    Nonplayer #1

    ADVANCE REVIEW! Nonplayer #1 will come out on April 6, 2011 There’s a strange kind of poetry to the fact that Image is currently hedging its bets on two series that take a positively Philip K. Dick-like view of social networking.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Morgan Davis April 5, 2011
  4. 4Action Comics #899  Image

    Action Comics #899

    Action Comics #899 is an impressive issue in that it manages to accomplish several interesting and entertaining things all at once -- without feeling like any one of them is compromised by the others.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Dave Wallace April 4, 2011
  5. 5Sunday Slugfest: Jimmy Olsen #1 Image

    Sunday Slugfest: Jimmy Olsen #1

    When Jimmy Olsen finds out that his ex-girlfriend, Chloe Sullivan, is spending a week with a young big-shot LexCorp employee, Jimmy decides to prove to Chloe that he can have just as exciting and interesting a week.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Joel Crabtree & Danny Djeljosevic April 3, 2011
  6. 3The Traveler #5 Image

    The Traveler #5

    This is a perfectly adequate issue of The Traveler .

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Ray Tate April 2, 2011
  7. 4Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters #1 Image

    Godzilla: Kingdom of Monsters #1

    I'm a huge fan of Godzilla, but I lean heavily toward the defender of the earth incarnation in the original series of films.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Ray Tate April 2, 2011
  8. 3.5Dracula: The Company of Monsters #8 Image

    Dracula: The Company of Monsters #8

    In this new age of monsters, with vampires running rampant across the world’s big screens, and hundreds of novels featuring those ancient bloodsuckers, it was only natural that the comic book medium saw a rebirth of the classic vampire mythos.

    Comic Review Article Reviewed by Sam Salama April 2, 2011