Industry starlet writer, Brian Michael Bendis, finally gets into the meat and potatoes of his grand Superman story – it all starts here with a brand new first issue!
Longtime acclaimed Marvel Comics writer Brian Michael Bendis shockingly crosses the industry aisle for DC Comics and Superman!
Today marks a very special occasion: DC Comics’ publication of the 1000th issue of Action Comics, the monthly series that started it all for Superman, decades ago.
This time on Heroes and Villains, we’ll be looking at a variety of comics out this week and last, from a variety of genres and companies. Meet me after the … Continue reading Heroes and Villains – Reviewing Recent Comics 11-8-2017
New York, NY – June 16, 2017 – THIS IS IT, TRUE BELIEVERS! The moment five years in the making is finally here! The first time Peter Parker and Miles … Continue reading Who Is the Other Miles Morales? Your New Look at Marvel Comics’ SPIDER-MEN II #1
This week in Heroes and Villains our selection of new Marvel Comics includes some very precise distinctions of heroes and villains, folks who cross that line between the two. Meet … Continue reading Heroes and Villains – Reviewing The Week’s Marvels 2-23-2017
This week in Heroes and Villains our selection of new Marvel Comics includes a grounded space hero, a legacy hero with a familiar name, new origins for an old hero, … Continue reading Heroes and Villains – Reviewing The Week’s Marvels 2-15-2017
This week in Heroes and Villains our selection of new Marvel Comics includes far flung space action (not), one of the company’s current big events, a first issue featuring one … Continue reading Heroes and Villains – Reviewing The Week’s Marvels 2-8-2017
There’s only one thing worse than a failed project, and that’s a failed project that sells itself out as an ad for the next project. That’s what the epilogue to … Continue reading Civil War II: The Oath – Endings and Beginnings
This is it, the finale of Civil War II for better or worse. The war of the superheroes over an Inhuman who can supposedly predict the future and how that … Continue reading Glenn Walker Reviews Civil War II #8
Today brings the release of what has to be considered one of the most anticlimactic event series in years, as Marvel’s Civil War II comes to its conclusion.
Talk is cheap. And in Civil War II #7, nothing happens but talk, and it’s not cheap. For five dollars American I got pretty pictures, a lot of talk, hardly … Continue reading Glenn Walker Reviews Civil War II #7