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Comic Report 06/07/2018

So Mathew and his family decided to go on vacation for the first two weeks of July and he asked me to cover the comic report this week. So, without further-a-do, here are reviews of all the comics I read this week (not all the ones that came out). Batman #50 Review The plot details ...

The Sentry #1 Review

Jeff Lemire has returned to Marvel for the launch of an intriguing new book that features one of the publisher’s most underutilized characters. The Sentry’s new ongoing series is a promising start to what may be a classic Marvel Comics series. Introduced in Paul Jenkins and Rick Veitch’s Marvel Knights mini-series before becoming a prominent ...

Kill or Be Killed #20 Review

The final issue of Kill or Be killed provides some possible answers to the series biggest questions while leaving much for interpretation. Over-all it was a satisfying conclusion to a one of Image’s most complex comic book series. This finale begins where the previous issue ended, with Dylan laying on the ground with a mortal ...

Amazing Spider-Man #801 Review

The series' milestone eight-hundredth issue was the big finale to Dan Slott’s long run with the character, so this follow-up issue seems more like an epilogue. Slott’s last arc, and a large portion of his run, were about how Spider-Man can inspire others and how Spider-Man himself was born out of Peter’s admiration for his ...

‘Tony Stark: Iron Man’ #1 Review

After ending his epic Spider-man run this week, Dan Slott has also launched his new Iron Man series and the results were mixed. This issue has a lot going for it, but ultimately feels shallow. The structure of the issue was great, as it is meant to show the daily experiences of Tony Stark and ...

Comic Report: 06/06/2018

Justice League #1 Review All the groundwork that Snyder’s done in Dark Nights: Metal and No Justice has paid off as this is the first issue in a very promising new Justice League series.  If someone created a checklist that had every attribute a good Justice League story needs, this issue has that in spades. ...

Comic Report: 30/05/2018

Amazing Spider-man #800 Review This was the big finale to Dan Slott’s long run on Amazing Spider-man and it meets almost every expectation one would have going into it and then some. 'Go Down Swinging' always felt short at only four issues, but this finale is having enough material to fill more than two regular sized ...

Comics Report: 23/05/2018

Black Panther #1 Review One for the first titles in Marvel’s fresh start initiative brings back 2018’s favorite superhero in a new ongoing series, one that takes the Black Panther to places unexpected.  Ta-Nehisi Coates and new artistic collaborator Daniel Acuna guide the character into the intergalactic empire of Wakanda, and this first installment in ...

Comics Report: 09/05/2018

This week in comics brought the launch of new books, and some eventful moments in a few well-known ongoing series.  The two most notable comics for this week brought the return of Hellboy and the beginning of DC’s Justice league relaunch, and over-all it was a pretty good week for comics with a couple exceptions. ...

Comic Report 02/05/2018

This Wednsday’s comics were a good batch, and included some notable Marvel issues, as new runs begin and old ones end. Let’s dive in to this week’s notable comics. East of West #37 An interlude issue that breaks from the events of last issue, it catches readers up on a few characters who haven’t been ...

Comic Report: 4/18/2018

  Action comics #1000 Review: Action Comics, the title that premiered the world’s first superhero back in 1938, has hit a major milestone this week with its one thousandth issue.  To celebrate this milestone DC Comics has published the anniversary issue as an eighty-page special and offered A-list talent the opportunity to contribute content.  The ...

Doomsday Clock Issue 2 Review

Written by: Mathew 'JJ' Simoes Doomsday Clock follows up it’s debut issue with a worthy contender, as it builds a foundation for Johns' and Frank's epic in the making. The second issue continues Veidt’s plan to find Doctor Manhattan, as the Watchmen characters use Nite-owl’s ship to venture into a quantum tunnel.  This allows our ...

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