Uncle Highlander looks at what makes Astro City one of the most perfect superhero books ever written.
This week, we’re looking at Charles Soule’s Dark Vader series, plus Kurt Busiek takes us back to the world of The Marvels.
Marvels Snapshot: Captain Marvel is a simple story, but in the hands of Mark Waid its tale resonates in a larger way.
The newest version of Marvels is a great way to experience this classic, timeless story for its 25th anniversary.
Sub-Mariner: Marvels Snapshot #1 is a worthy addition to the ethos and vibe Kurt Busiek and Alex Ross created with Marvels.
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
Folks who know me know that Kang the Conqueror is my favorite Avengers villain. They also know I believe that he is their ultimate archenemy, not Ultron, not the Masters … Continue reading The Avengers Assemble to Face “The Conqueror”
Marvel Comics’ Second Civil War continues this week with at least two comics, but is Marvel really all in on this event, or has it spread itself too thin with … Continue reading There’s Fantastic Artwork in “Civil War II: Uncanny Inhumans” and “Captain Marvel”
When most folks these days think of X-Factor, they think of that failed Simon Cowell talent show that ran for three seasons on Fox. I think of the short-lived teaming … Continue reading Glenn Walker Reviews X-Factor – Countdown to X-Men: Apocalypse
The Guardians of the Galaxy didn’t always have a monopoly on Marvel space adventures. Old school Avengers fans know that space is where Earth’s mightiest heroes work best. From the … Continue reading Avengers Assemble S02 E25: New Frontier
Sometimes bigger is better. And sometimes it’s really, really better. That’s the idea behind the massive, oversized collection Marvel has been releasing the last few years. Roughly the height of … Continue reading Put your back into it: Avengers The Vibranium Collection reviewed
Marvel Comics released an original graphic novel this week, Avengers: Rage of Ultron, written by Rick Remender and illustrated by Jerome Opena, with Pepe Larraz, and additional inks by Mark … Continue reading The Outrage of Ultron