Empyre #4 is full of meaningful storyline developments that will matter even after the event comes to its conclusion.
Sure there’s action, but both X-Factor #1 and Captain Marvel #18 shine thanks to their focus on character development.
Issue one of No Heroine is a solid story with a great main character, a compelling premise, and manages to stand on its own while also functioning as a great starting place.
Lords of Empyre: Emperor Hulkling and Empyre: X-Men not only compliment the Empyre event, but they stand on their own as well.
This week’s Read This Book goes deep into the world of satire, looking at Rorschach and the new series, Billionaire Island.
In this week’s Heroes & Villains, E.A. Henson previews Bad Mother from AWA and contemplates Magneto buying an island.
This week’s Read This Book has multiple books for you to check out – The Department of Truth, Canto II: The Hollow Men, and We Only Find Them When They’re Dead.
Avengers: Empyre managed to get me interested in the summer storyline, and I don’t think I can pay it a bigger compliment than that.
This week, Uncle Highlander looks at Valiant’s Doctor Tomorrow, and the damage pirating does to indie comics.
Uncle Highlander takes a look at the legacy and impact of Writer/Editor Dennis O’Neil, who passed away this week at the age of 81.
Avengers #33 begins a new Moon Knight-centric storyline that is a great jumping on point for readers.
Fresh takes on vampires aren’t easy in this day and age, but No Heroine #1 from Sour Point Press manages to deliver some bite.