Tag: VC’s Joe Caramagna

REVIEW: She-Hulk Annual #1

This book was not only a great She-Hulk Annual, but a great look at the multiplicity of characters.

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Review: Gwenpool Strikes Back #1

Leah Williams was made to write Gwenpool in all her kooky, inappropriate, and misled glory.

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Review: Uncanny X-Men #8

Legion and X-Man face off in Uncanny X-men 8!

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REVIEW: Captain America #2

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Captain America #2 continues to thoughtfully lay the groundwork, particularly with Cap’s frame of mind, to explore what it means to be Captain America in a post-HydraCap world.

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REVIEW: Exiles #5

Exiles 5

In Exiles #5, Ahmed, Rodriguez, and Lopez deliver a dense twisty turny conclusion to the first arc in their series.

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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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REVIEW: Amazing Spider-Man #801- “There For You”

Dan Slott’s last Spider-Man issue says goodbye without saying goodbye–a simple farewell for Spidey fans everywhere.

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REVIEW: Darth Vader #17

Darth Vader fights Jedi

Darth Vader leads the Empire’s final assault on the Mon Calamari homeworld.

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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: 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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