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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...

Review: MACHINE MAN 2020 #1 Is More Surplus Than High Tech

The Robot Revolution continues in Machine Man 2020 #1 thanks to Christos Gage, Andy MacDonald, Dono Sanchez-Alamara, Tom Delfaro, Mike Hawthrone, Andriano DiBenedetto, and...

Spoiler-Free Review: EXCALIBUR #1 – Tini Howard Understands Pacing

Recently Marvel Comics has tackled mutant families in X-Men, and mutant pirates in Marauders, but this Wednesday they take the next step in EXCALIBUR...

Review: Fast-Paced Action-Horror in ABSOLUTE CARNAGE: MILES MORALES #1

Just because you’ve never been bonded to a symbiote, that doesn’t make you safe. Miles learns this the hard way in Absolute Carnage: Miles...

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #19 – Vulture Takes Charge

We're well into "The Hunted" now with AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #19 and Nick Spencer is just getting started.

Review: CHAMPIONS #1 – Jim Zub Swings For The Fences

Champions #1 hits your local comic book store this week from Marvel, and writer Jim Zub goes for it in the first issue, with...

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #9 – The Women In Spidey’s Web

Amazing Spider-Man #9 sees Spider-Man and Black Cat work on repairing their complicated friendship while Mary Jane goes on an important journey of her own.