Comic Reviews

REVIEW: New Agents of Atlas #1

Agents of Atlas introduces new characters, adapts game characters, and reintroduces old characters, all to create a new team-up.

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REVIEW: War of the Realms #3

An epic ride with Captain America, Spider Man, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist on pegasi? Hel yes.

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Review of Savage Avengers #1

The story is fast moving, bloody and violent. It’s well…savage.

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Review: Angel #0

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This comic, although enjoyable enough, just seems cliché. If you like the character you will likely enjoy this.

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Review: Thanos #1

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Thanos is known as the Mad Titan for a reason. This Thanos is not your MCU skewed logic, calm killer.

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MEDIA EVALUATION: The Life and Death of Toyo Harada #2

As a resident of the world, you have a responsibility to understand your place in Toyo Harada’s vision for it. This comic will help.

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REVIEW: Avengers: No Road Home #10

Avengers: No Road Home ends the weekly mini-series on a high note. The Vision faces off against Nyx, goddess of night, in a battle of light and darkness.

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REVIEW: Naomi #4

Bendis and Walker’s DC mystery story continues to be one of the publisher’s best books. Who is Naomi? Where does she come from?

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REVIEW: All-New Aquaman #47

The gods have chosen Arthur to be their champion against Namma, their Mother Salt.

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REVIEW: War of the Realms #2

Much like the heroes, we’re thrown into the action so fast we’re not sure which way is up at first, but

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