I will fight you—I will tear off my shirt like I’m Hulk Hogan circa 1984, unleash the most nightmare-inducing roar, and I will physically fight you—if you tell me that there is a single issue of any comic book that is better than X-Factor #87.
I am somewhat new to the comic world. I started reading in 2010 when I met my husband, Tim Van Autreve. He won my heart by showing me that Buffy the Vampire Slayer stories didn’t end when the television series did. Since then, I have gotten hooked on a few … Continue reading
Hi everybody! This is your friendly neighborhood Marc here, with a review of All-Star Western #23! First of all, I started buying about nine of the New 52 DC titles, and this is the only one of the original nine I’m still buying. It was definitely the best one overall, … Continue reading
This book almost feels like a crime noir piece but doesn’t quite get there. Fatale is a well written book and is even slightly more complex than most comics on the shelf. I think part of the complication was in having a significant portion of the book occur in two … Continue reading
A review of this book by itself could never work without first touching on the overall arc. I appreciate what Remender is trying to do. He’s putting Cap in a time bubble and allowing very dramatic things to happen to him, “permanently” changing the character while not changing anything … Continue reading