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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: Avengers: No Road Home #8

You can’t help but wonder if they can top themselves and in this week’s Avenger’s I believe they have.

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REVIEW: Avengers: No Road Home #6

AVENGERS: NO ROAD HOME #1 / Writer: Jim Zub, Mark Waid, and Al Ewing /

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REVIEW: Avengers: No Road Home #1

Avengers: No Road Home brings our favorite Avengers to Mount Olympus in a earth-shattering confrontation.

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REVIEW: Doctor Strange #2

Doctor Strange #2 Cover

There’s a wealth of talent between Waid and Saiz being utilized to craft a great entry in the sorcerer’s history

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REVIEW: Captain America #704

Jack Rogers’ risky gambit, playing the Kree and Red Skull off each other, is a bold move but will he survive long enough to save his son?

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#BeggingTheQuestion: What Does Ethan Van Sciver’s Departure From DC Comics Mean for the Industry and ComicsGate?

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On Sunday, June 10th, after months of speculation, Ethan Van Sciver finally announced on Twitter that he has left DC Comics.

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REVIEW: Captain America #703

Captain America #703 proves that even hundreds of years in the future, Rogers is still the man with the plan.

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REVIEW: Doctor Strange #1

Combine Waid’s prowess in character building and phenomenal artistic spectacle by Saiz and you get magic.

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REVIEW: Captain America #702

What kind of hero is needed in a world where the ills of disease, war, and poverty seem to have been cured?

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