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What Was The Funniest Part Of SPIDER-MAN/DEADPOOL #1?

SPIDER-MAN/DEADPOOL #1, originally released on January 06, 2016, began one of the best team-up series in recent comic history. Written by Joe Kelley and...

Review: The New Starbrand Is Revealed In AVENGERS #29

The long-awaited revelation of the new Starbrand's identity arrives in AVENGERS #29, hitting comic book stores on Wednesday, January 15th. After the Avengers sped...

Review: GHOST RIDER #2- Two Riders Enter, Only One May Leave

Ghost Rider will always be one of the more nonsensical and comic book-y comic book heroes, so what could be better than one Ghost...

Exclusive Preview: ABSOLUTE CARNAGE: LETHAL PROTECTORS #3 – Deathlok Unloads!

Absolute Carnage: Lethal Protectors #3 hits your local comic book shop on October 23, but thanks to Marvel Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an...

Review: Steve Takes On Traditionalism In CAPTAIN AMERICA #14

Steve Rogers has undergone many shifting circumstances throughout the past few issues, and they don't seem to be decreasing. After being framed for the...

Review: Wolverine #302 – Back to Hell

Wolverine #302 Writer: Jason Aaron Art: Billy Tan & Jason Keith , Steve Sanders & Sotocolor Normally, if you told me that a writer was going...

Review: Wolverine #301 – Wolverine vs. the new Silver Samurai

Wolverine #301 Writer: Jason Aaron Art: Billy Tan & Jason Keith , Steve Sanders & Sotocolor The newly-renumbered Wolverine #300 ended with an all-out war between...

REVIEW: Wolverine #300, or is that Wolverine #3000? Dude’s EVERYWHERE.

Wolverine #300 Writer: Jason Aaron Art: Adam Kubert & Paul Mounts , Ron Garney & Jason Keith , Steve Sanders & Sotocolors Wolverine #300 doesn't just...

Review: Wolverine #19

Wolverine #19 Writer: Jason Aaron Art: Ron Garney, Jason Keith (Colors) So last issue, Wolverine (who has been moonlighting as the Black Dragon) and Gorilla Man were joined...