• Harbinger Wars 2: Should I, An Adult, Read This Superhero Summer Event?

    Harbinger Wars 2: Should I, An Adult, Read This Superhero Summer Event?1

    I don’t know. Do you now or have you ever liked Marvel comics? If the answer is no, I’m probably not gonna be much help here. Valiant’s Harbinger Wars 2 is straight outta Westchester, a Mutant Registration Act battle for America over whether or not it’s OK to kill teens. It feels rude to relegate

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  • Green Hornet #2: Rise of a Fascinating New Hero

    Green Hornet #2: Rise of a Fascinating New Hero0

    Green Hornet #2 Amy Chu (Writer), German Erramouspe (Artist), Brittany Pezzillo (Colours), Tom Napolitano (Letters) Dynamite Comics 4 April, 2018 There is a new Green Hornet in Century City and she isn’t afraid to kick ass. Mulan Hayashi has taken over the mantle from Britt Reid Jr., now missing for over three weeks following a

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  • BLACK: Powerful, Stunning and Subversive

    BLACK: Powerful, Stunning and Subversive0

    BLACK Volume One Kwanza Osajyefo (writer), Jamal Igle (artist), Tim Smith III (designer), Derwin Roberson (colours) Black Mask Studios 1 November, 2017 What started as a Kickstarter project in 2016 may soon become a feature film. Kwanza Osajeyfo’s popular comic book BLACK was optioned for film by Studio 8 late February.

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  • Big Barda and Mister Miracle: Comics’ Best Couple

    Big Barda and Mister Miracle: Comics’ Best Couple4

    Big Barda and Mister Miracle are hands down my favourite couple in comics, yet as I sit down to write about why, the words escape me. If I think too much about it, I get misty eyes. They’re the best example of a monogamous relationship I’ve ever seen.

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  • Green Hornet #1: Good Story, Terrible Art

    Green Hornet #1: Good Story, Terrible Art1

    Green Hornet #1 Amy Chu (Writer), German Erramouspe (Artist), Brittany Pezzillo (Colours), Tom Napolitano (Letters) Dynamite Comics March 2018 The Green Hornet has gone missing. The public may know and fear him as a master criminal but, within the offices of Daily Sentinel Publishing, one man remembers him as so much more.

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  • Monthly Marvel Muster: Ring Out the Dead Year

    Monthly Marvel Muster: Ring Out the Dead Year1

    Hello, I’m back with a backward-looking edition of Monthly Marvel Muster. This month I have a look at how Marvel chose to close out 2017, as well as a note about some of what to expect in 2018. It continues to be a slow turnover period for Marvel’s ongoing series right now. December brought one

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