Tag: Comic books

REVIEW: Uncanny X-Men #4

Join Vincent as he dissects another thrilling issue of Uncanny X-Men that will shake up the mutant world.

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REVIEW: Amazing Spider-Man #10 – “Her Life”

Amazing Spider-Man #10

The Amazing Spider-Man has been a relentless stairstep of quality since Nick Spencer took over.

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REVIEW: The Warning #1 – “Where’s the Story?”

The Warning #1 cover

Too much pretention happens and too little plot. The art, though—the art is good.

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REVIEW: Uncanny X-Men #3 – “Enter Legion”

Uncanny X-Men #3

Dupes, Dupes, Dupes! Uncanny X-Men #3 may be the best issue of “Disassembled” yet.

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REVIEW: Middlewest #1 – “The Violent Wind”

Middlewest #1

In the midwest the wind is a force of nature. In Middlewest #1 it is a character.

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REVIEW: Spectacular Spider-Man #312 – “Revisit a Classic Theme”

Spectacular Spider-Man #312

Don’t judge a book by its cover; Spectacular Spider-Man #312 revisits a classic theme.

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REVIEW: Uncanny X-Men #1

Uncanny X-Men is back and opens the door for a whole new era of mutant stories.

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REVIEW: The Green Lantern #1

Green Lantern gets a new number one helmed by Morrison and Sharp. Join Vincent as he explores this space mystery.

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REVIEW: Scarlet #1 – “Words, Words, Words”

Scarlet #1 cover

Introduce main and supporting characters and world building all in the first issue is a tricky balancing act.

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REVIEW: West Coast Avengers #1

West Coast Avengers #1 is what I would qualify as pure comic book magic. It’s a must-read.

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