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Review: X-FORCE #10 – A Minor Miscalculation?

Continuing the tale of Krakoa's "CIA," X-Force #10 gets released by Marvel Comics on July 8th. Writer Benjamin Percy, along with artist Joshua Cassara, color artist...

Review: STRANGE ACADEMY #2 – School’s in Session!

It's the first day of classes for the students in Strange Academy #2, released by Marvel Comics on July 8. The students of Dr. Strange's academy...

Marvel Pulls Aliens, Predator License from Dark Horse. Dark Horse Responds

In a stunning move, Marvel Comics has announced it's pulling licensing agreements with Dark Horse for Alien, Predator, and AvP. The agreement, first established under...

Review: HAWKEYE FREEFALL #6 – How Far Can He Fall?

Marvel Comics releases Hawkeye Freefall #6 July 1. Written by Matthew Rosenberg, with art by Otto Schmidt and lettering by VC Joe Sabino, this...

How She Finds Her Freedom in STAR #5

Star #5 concludes the series in a dramatic way, while leaving the door open to continue her story.

Review: IRON MAN 2020 #4 Builds Towards Greatness

The robots are on the run in Iron Man 2020 #4, and Dan Slott, Christos Gage, Pete Woods, Celeste Woods, and VC’s Joe Caramanga...

Review: Rivals Clash And Secrets Revealed In STAR WARS: BOUNTY HUNTERS #3

STAR WARS: BOUNTY HUNTERS #3, available from Marvel Comics on June 24th, pits Bossk against Valance in a battle to the death for Nakano...

SPIDER-HAM #5: How To Tribute And Parody Simultaneously

Spider-Ham #5 out this week from Marvel Comics concludes a self-aware series without forcing a joke or meaning. What seems like a shameless adult...

IMMORTAL HULK #34 – Sam Sterns: The Immortal Leader

Immortal Hulk #34 out this week from Marvel Comics features the return of classic Hulk villain, The Leader. But who is he when he's...

New Post-EMPYRE Fantastic Four One-Shot Announced

One of the more anticipated Marvel events scheduled for Summer of 2020 is the EMPYRE crossover spanning multiple titles. However, when the battle ends,...

SPIDER-MAN LIFE STORY: The Potential For Multiple Spin-Offs

Spider-Man Life Story written by Chip Zdarsky with art by Mark Bagley is one of the best series of Marvel Comics in recent memory,...

ANT-MAN #5: How To Root For Marvel’s Little Guys

Out this week, hopefully in your local comic book shop, Ant-Man #5 is the final issue to a hidden gem of Marvel Comics. With...

Marvel Becomes 2nd Publisher to Add “Back The Comeback” Logo

As reported on June 15th, Image became the first major comics publisher to add the "Back the Comeback" logo to a selection of its...

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #850: The Green Goblin Is Back

Marvel Comics has revealed their big plans — and big talent roster — for the upcoming Amazing Spider-Man #850. But perhaps the biggest news...

Review: EXCALIBUR #10 – Divided Loyalties and Broken Realities

The beginning of Excalibur #10 out this week from Marvel Comics might leave even the most devoted reader wondering, "Wait. Did I miss something?" When...

Review: DEADPOOL #5 – Can Wade Save Manhattan?

DEADPOOL #5, available in comic book stores on Wednesday, June 10th, brings readers a story of monstrous proportions (which is saying something for the...

Review: NEW MUTANTS #10 – Where’s the Action?

New Mutants #10 proves that Rob Liefeld may have a good point about modern comics. Perhaps comics have gotten too...verbose. In theory, there's a lot...

Review: FORCE WORKS 2020 #3 – U.S. Agent Has A Moment

Force Works 2020 #3 is a fun, if not slightly vacuous, ending to Matthew Rosenberg's first story arc. It is a fine thematic addition...

How HAWKEYE VOL. 1 Bridges the Gap in Storytelling

Hawkeye Vol. 1: My Life As A Weapon is one of my top favorite series for all of the messages it brings with it, and all of the storytelling gaps it bridges.