Spider-Woman #6 Review

Spider-Woman #6 Writer: Dennis Hopeless Pencils: Joelle Jones Colors: Rachelle Rosenberg Letters: Travis Lanham Publisher: Marvel The 4th installment of the Spider-Women event of 2016 is here in Spider-Woman #6.  After a simple brunch date with Gwen Stacy(Spider-Gwen) and Cindy Moon(Silk) turns into an afternoon of super-heroics, Jessica Drew along with Silk become stuck in Gwen’s…

X-Men: Worst X-Man Ever #3 Review

X-Men: Worst X-Man Ever #3 Writer: Max Bemis Pencils: Michael Walsh Colors: Ruth Redmond Letters: Clayton Cowles Publisher: Marvel Note: This issue was first released digitally on January 20th, 2016 and has just been released in physical print. Bailey Hoskins wanted nothing more in life to be something other than his ordinary normal self.  He…

Hellboy and the B.P.R.D. Beyond the Fences #3 Review

Hellboy and the B.P.R.D. Beyond the Fences #3 Writers: Mike Mignola and Chris Roberson Pencils: Paolo Rivera Colors: Dave Stewart Letters: Clem Robins Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Hellboy and the B.P.R.D. Beyond the Fences #3 is the final issue in this 3 part mouthful of a title mini-series. Previously, Hellboy and his team of B.P.R.D. agents…

Dept.H #1 Review

Dept.H #1 Writer: Matt Kindt Pencils: Matt Kindt Colors: Sharlene Kindt Letters: Marie Enger Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Along with his colorist and wife Sharlene Kindt, writer and creator Matt Kindt(Mind MGNT, Ninjak) brings us an engagingly tense murder mystery in the depths of the ocean cleverly titled Dept.H. Dept.H is a scientific research center…

X-Men Apocalypse Final Trailer

20th Century Fox just released its 3rd and final trailer for the upcoming X-Men Apocalypse movie. Surprise, surprise, the trailer is very heavy on Mystique who’s being played by Jennifer Lawrence.  In the trailer we see that she takes the helm in leading this young team of X-Men against the world’s first mutant. This trailer…

Silk #7 Review

Silk #7 Writer: Robbie Thompson Pencils: Tana Ford Colors: Ian Herring Letters: Travis Lanham Publisher: Marvel It’s the third installment of the Spider-Women cross-over event of 2016 and boy does this one pack an emotional punch. Jessica Drew (Spider-Woman), Gwen Stacy (Spider-Gwen), and Cindy Moon (Silk), were on a harmless brunch date in Gwen’s Earth-65…

Joyride #1 Review

Joyride #1 Writer: Jackson Lanzing and Collin Kelly Pencils: Marcus To Colors: Irma Kniivila  Letters: Jim Campbell Publisher: Boom Studios What we have here is an indie sci-fi mini-series in the spirit of The Runaways and Young Avengers.  Joyride tells the story of Uma Akkolyte and her hunger for a journey into the stars.  Brought to…

Extraordinary X-Men #9 Review

Extraordinary X-Men #9 Writer: Jeff Lemire Pencils: Humberto Ramos Colors: Edgar Delgado Letters: Joe Caramagna Publisher: Marvel In the previous issue, the X-Men discovered that 600 new mutants have suddenly shown up on Cerebra in Japan.  Colossus and his team of young mutants in training, go to investigate and uncover that Sugar Man had engineered…

Moon Knight #1 Review

Moon Knight #1 Writer: Jeff Lemire Pencils: Greg Smallwood Colors: Jordie Bellaire Letters: Cory Petit Publisher: Marvel Marc Spector (a.k.a. Moon Knight/Steven Grant/Jake Lockley) has been fighting crime and keeping burglars, bank robbers, car jackers, etc off the streets in New York City for years, or has he? The comic opens with Marc waking up…

Green Lantern Corps: Edge of Oblivion#4 Review

Green Lantern Corps: Edge of Oblivion #4 Writer: Tom Taylor Pencils: Ardian Syaf Colors: Jason Wright Letters: Dave Sharpe Publisher: DC This is the fourth installment into this 6 issue mini-series titled Green Lantern Corps: Edge of  Oblivion.  The fight is on between John Stewart and the corps of will power against Marniel and her zealots,…

Spider-Gwen #7 Review

Spider-Gwen #7 Writer: Jason Latour Pencils: Bengal Colors: Rico Renzi Letters: Clayton Cowles Publisher: Marvel The second chapter of the Spider-Women event is here.  Spider-Gwen #7, which for some reason is missing the Radioactive tagline, which was given post to this Secret Wars volume to differentiate from the pre Secret Wars volume, which will cause…

The Vision #6 Review

  The Vision #6 Writer: Tom King Pencils: Gabriel Hernandez Walta Colors: Jordie Bellaire Letters: Clayton Cowles Publisher: Marvel The Vision #6 is the conclusion to the first story arc of this new series called “Little Worse Than A Man”.   Written by Tom King, a relative new comer to the comic book medium and…