• X-Men/Fantastic Four #3: You Gotta Love Doom

    X-Men/Fantastic Four #3: You Gotta Love Doom0

    Once again, Kate and Rachel team up to review the X-Men/Fantastic Four miniseries, otherwise known as The Continuing Saga of Why Isn’t There More Johnny Storm, Chip?

    READ MORE
  • X-Men/Fantastic Four #1 Splits the Difference

    X-Men/Fantastic Four #1 Splits the Difference0

    Team-up titles are a comics staple, so for reviewing this team-up series, Kate Tanski, resident Fantastic Four fan and Johnny Storm stan, has teamed up with Rachel Knight, the world’s foremost Fantastic Four historian. Because Kate has zero knowledge of the X-Men and will go out of her way to avoid X-related comics, she invited

    READ MORE
  • Incoming! #1 Braces for Impact in 2020

    Incoming! #1 Braces for Impact in 20200

    Incoming! #1 is a sort of State of the Union of the Marvel Universe. Like an annual check-in on familiar characters readers may have lost track of, setting up the events of the year to come. There is something for every fan in this oversized issue. It’s a relay race run by a wide team

    READ MORE
  • The White Trees #2 Broke Me by Going Brokeback Mountain

    The White Trees #2 Broke Me by Going Brokeback Mountain0

    The White Trees #2 Kris Anka (line art), Aditya Bidikar (letter art), Shanna Matuszak (production artist), Matt Wilson (color art), Chip Zdarsky (script) Image Comics September 25th, 2019 This review contains mild spoilers for The White Trees #2. So, I called it. In my review of The White Trees #1 I predicted I was going

    READ MORE
  • Don’t Let The Peen Forest Distract From The White Trees #1 [NSFW]

    Don’t Let The Peen Forest Distract From The White Trees #1 [NSFW]2

    The White Trees #1 Kris Anka (line art), Aditya Bidikar (letter art), Shanna Matuszak (production artist), Matt Wilson (color art), Chip Zdarsky (script) Image Comics August 14, 2019 A review copy of this comic was provided by Image. This review contains spoilers for The White Trees #1. Look, it’s probably no surprise to anyone that

    READ MORE
  • 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

    READ MORE