We begin April’s Comic Book Review Round-Up with "Female Furies #3," "Young Justice#4," "DIE #5," "Vindication #3," "Self/Made #5" and an X-Men Frenzy with "Age Of X-Man: Prisoner X #2," "Uncanny X-Men #15," and "Major X #1."
How did March already end? It’s been a great month of comics, but I close this week’s Comic Book Review Round-Up, with a curtailed list of titles, since one of my regulars has been postponed. However, there’s still plenty to get excited about. I dive into Detective Comics #1000, Heroes in Crisis #7, plus Age of X-Man: X-Tremists #2. For the number ones section, we have Marvel Rising, Dial H for Hero, and Valiant Comics’ highly anticipated Fallen World.
This March, Batman turned 80 and Detective Comics released its landmark 1000th issue. Detective Comics has now become the longest-running comic series ever, and it seems fitting that this series was the birthplace of the world’s most iconic hero.
This article is about one of my favorite superheroes, (currently). Although he has been around since 1990, which I guess by comic book standards does make him pretty current. If you’re into comics and you are a fan of the comic book series X-MEN, then you are no doubt already familiar with the character of GAMBIT.
A new Comic Book Review Round-Up is here. This time we’ve got Nightwing #58, Batman #67, The Wild Storm #21 and The Life and Death of Toyo Harada #2. For this week’s Round-Up, I’ve eschewed my usual number ones section for an X-Men focus, featuring Uncanny X-Men #14, Age of X-Man: The Amazing Nightcrawler #2, Age of X-Man: Nextgen #2.
As we know the MCU’s Infinity War had little to nothing to do with the actual Infinity War comic. The cinematic story actually follows closer to Infinity Gauntlet and by closer I mean... There is an Infinity Gauntlet. Though neither comic book story line is really reflected in the MCU’s biggest Avenger’s movie, there are bits and pieces from Infinity Gauntlet that could possibly come into play in Endgame (whether we want them to or not).
This week, my Comic Book Review Round-Up includes two Age of X-Man titles, "Apocalypse & the X-Tracts #1 and ‘The Marvelous X-Men’ #2, DC Comics’ Titans #35 and Image Comics’ new series Assassin Nation #1. Instead of comic book number ones, here are some one-shots I enjoyed: "Star Wars: Age Of Republic - General Grievous," "Uncanny X-Men: Winter's End #1" and "The Batman Who Laughs: The Grim Knight #1."
So many comics to read, so little time! When the first publication of Marvel's famous superhero comics were released in October of 1939 under Timely Comics (before the 1960s name change to Marvel Comics), you'd be smart to bet that this helped feed the increasing demand for quality comics.
Since Marvel Comics was originally introduced as Timely Comics in 1939, the comic company has been all the rage. Today, Marvel fans still rave about both print and electronic versions of their favorite vintage and modern superhero comic books.
It was a heck of a lot of fun getting to interview Michael Dolce (Sire Studios) this week! Michael is a regular on the comic con circuit, with many incredible titles to his name.
We’re into the third month of the year, and I take a look at "Batman #66," the third instalment of Young Justice, "Female Furies #2," and "Uncanny X-Men #13." This week’s number ones include Age of X-Man: Prisoner X, Star Wars: Age Of The Republic—Padmé Amidala #1 and an early look at Image Comics’ Lazarus Risen #1.
Superman is on a mission. He needs to find his family who have been incommunicado ever since his estranged father, Jor-El, returned and decided to take Superman’s son Jon on a galactic walkabout to ‘find himself as a man’. Lois Lane, Superman’s partner, and Jon’s mother, decided to join them. Now, they’re AWOL, and the Man of Steel has no way to contact them.