Colin Tessier

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Passionate fan of Marvel/DC Comics. Freelance writer for Monkeys Fighting Robots, Bam Smack Pow, WrestleZone and other publications.
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Review: The Future Is In Danger in AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #32

To protect the present, Spider-Man must save the future.

Heroic Moments Abound In ABSOLUTE CARNAGE #4

Absolute Carnage is the most addicting series of the year.

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #31 Revisits Spidey’s Rivalry With Norman Osborn

In Marvel Comics' Amazing Spider-Man #31, on sale October 9, writer Nick Spencer explores the historical rivalry between Spidey and Norman Osborn

Review: The Cavalry Arrives In ABSOLUTE CARNAGE #3

Absolute Carnage #3 continues the series’ exceptional start and the whole team continues to impress

Meet The Next Guardians Of The Galaxy In BLACK PANTHER AND THE AGENTS OF WAKANDA #1

You might not know a lot about the Agents of Wakanda right now but it’s only a matter of time before some of them become breakout stars. 

CHAINSAW REINDEER #1 Eschews Deeper Meanings, Embraces Gory Chaos

The titular character’s body count reads like a grocery list and it’s a doozy.

Review: MIDNIGHT VISTA #1 Adds Fresh Flavor To Alien Abduction

With a successful hook and 50s-esque art, Midnight Vista #1 makes the next issue mandatory reading for captivated readers.

Review: ABSOLUTE CARNAGE #2 Shows The Nightmare Is Only Beginning

Absolute Carnage #2 establishes the series as the most addicting comic you'll read this year.

Review: Deadpool Battles Nightmares in DEADPOOL ANNUAL #1

Though some of the comedy is effective, it usually fails to connect and it dilutes the serious themes.

Review: ABSOLUTE CARNAGE: SEPARATION ANXIETY #1 Maximizes Real-World Horror

No comic is perfect but Absolute Carnage: Separation Anxiety #1 is a practically flawless horror story that happens to tie into Marvel's newest major event.

Review: ABSOLUTE CARNAGE #1 Raises The Bar For Crossover Events

Absolute Carnage #1 is a wild, gory and unpredictable ride.

Review: THE BATMAN WHO LAUGHS #7 Is A Thrilling Conclusion To DC’s Best Horror Story Of 2019

After a wild conclusion, it's fair to say The Batman Who Laughs is the best horror story DC has published in quite some time.