Ravencroft: Institute For The Criminally Insane and Hawkeye: Freefall managed to tell some great stories that felt slightly off the beaten Marvel path.
In Hawkeye: Freefall Clint Barton is witty and appealing, even when he’s messing up around his Avengers compatriots
Happy New Year! What better way to ring in 2020 with two new comics starring two of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes from two of the hottest writers working for Marvel?
This Wednesday sees the release of the final book of Matthew Rosenberg’s 22-issue run on Uncanny X-Men.
This week, Heroes and Villains features the latest issue of Uncanny X-Men, plus a direct to video animated movie from a 50 year old property!
When the collected edition of The New Mutants: Dead Souls came across my figurative desk for 31 Days of Horror I was a bit perplexed. How do the New Mutants, which I had always viewed as “the JV X-Men” or “that book that became X-Force”, relate to horror? Well, after I was a few pages I was convinced I was reading the right book.
The hardest part about putting together a gift guided for me is not starting it off in a way I consider “hack-y.” That is to say, I don’t want to … Continue reading Holiday Gift Guide 2017: Comics For Everyone On Your List
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
Long time bad guy finally goes legit. A likely story, right? No one can escape their reputation. Michael Corleone famously reminded us of that fact in The Godfather Part III: … Continue reading Lawyer Up With “Kingpin #1” On The Wednesday Run
The controversy of Civil War II is affecting every corner of the Marvel Universe. Not just the heroes are at war, the forces of evil are on the move as … Continue reading Hail to the King – Your First Look at CIVIL WAR II: KINGPIN #1!
Black Mask Studios is putting out a lot of great work right now. Some of it maybe flying under the mainstream comic radar, but their titles are well worth tracking … Continue reading Andy Burns finds out why We Can Never Go Home with writer Matthew Rosenberg