Tag: Comic Reviews

REVIEW: Marassa #1

Marassa is a space opera that cements its creators as rising stars. Immersive storytelling and worldbuilding make this title stand apart.

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REVIEW: Prodigy #6

Mark Millar’s Prodigy has one of the coolest characters in comics today in Edison Crane.

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REVIEW: Stranger Things Six #1

Stranger Things Six

Neither the past or the present seem particularly happy for Six… nor does the dark future she sees.

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REVIEW: Sonic The Hedgehog #15

Amy Rose and Sonic head to Echo Mine to stop Dr. Eggman.

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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: Tony Stark: Iron Man #3- “Non-Player Character Assassination”

Dan Slott and Valerio Schiti continue their excellent streak on Iron Man in a new issue focused on virtual reality.

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REVIEW: Jessica Jones: Marvel Digital Originals #1

Jessica Jones #1 is a great start for Thompson’s run, which will define a new era for Jessica.

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REVIEW: New Challengers #1 – “More Art, Fewer Words”

New Challengers #1

DC’s New Age of Heroes puts artistic talent first, so it’s fitting that Andy Kubert saves this issue.

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