Captain America: Steve Rogers #1 Review

Captain America: Steve Rogers #1 Writer: Nick Spencer Artist: Jesus Saiz Letters: Joe Caramagna Publisher: Marvel Note: This review will reveal spoilers as it’s necessary in order to properly discuss. For nearly 2 years now, the mantel of Captain America has been held by Sam Wilson, formally known as Falcon.  He took up the challenge after…

Joyride #2 Review

Joyride #2 Writer: Jackson Lanzing and Collin Kelly Pencils: Marcus To Colors: Irma Kniivila Letters: Jim Campbell Publisher: Boom Studios After an incredibly strong start and seamlessly positive reviews, Boom Studios announced that Joyride will be turning into an ongoing series.  I for one was overcome with joy because even though I had a blast…

Extraordinary X-Men #10 Review

Extraordinary X-Men #10 Writer: Jeff Lemire Pencils: Humberto Ramos Colors: Edgar Delgado Letters: Joe Caramagna Publisher: Marvel The Apocalypse Wars continue here, in writer Jeff Lemire’s Extraordinary X-Men #10.  Colossus and his young team of X-Men were tracking a recent appearance of 600 new mutants in Japan.  They then discovered they were artificially created mutant…

The Astonishing Ant-Man #8 Review

The Astonishing Ant-Man #8 Writer: Nick Spencer Pencils: Brent Schoonover Colors: Jordan Boyd Letters: Travis Lanham Publisher: Marvel Scott Lang, there are those who know him as a criminal, a thief, a bad husband, or a deadbeat dad, but we know him as the Astonishing Ant-Man. Life has been a roller coster for Scott lately, so…

Mae #1 Review

Mae#1 Writer: Gene Ha Pencils: Gene Ha Colors: Gene Ha and Rose McClain  Letters: Zandre Cannon Publisher Dark Horse Comics After a successful Kickstarter campaign, Gene Ha got the funds and backing he needed to bring his original creation to Dark Horse Comics, Mae. As just a youth, Abbie discovered a portal to another dimension….

Civil War II #0 Review

Civil War #0 Writer: Brian Michael Bendis Pencils: Oliver Coipel Colors: Justin Ponsor Letters: Clayton Cowles Publisher: Marvel The shock of 2016, Marvel is publishing a sequel to the popular 2006 event, Civil War the same month that the feature film adaptation is released. On a more serious note, this has come as a surprised…

Guardians of the Galaxy #8 Review

Guardians of the Galaxy #8 Writer: Brian Michael Bendis Pencils: Valerio Schiti Colors: Richard Isanove Letters: Cory Petit Publisher: Marvel Brian Michael Bendis is one of the busiest writers in comics today.  Not only does he have the task of writing for the break out superhero team of 2014, he’s also writing Spider-Man(the Miles Morales…

Swamp Thing #5 Review

Swamp Thing #5 Writer: Len Wein Pencils: Kelley Jones Colors: Michelle Madsen Letters: Rob Leigh Publisher: DC After a run-in with an old friend of his, Matt Cable, Alec Holland(Swamp Thing) left the swamp and took Matt to see Zatanna.  After Matt does what at seems at first to be a heroic sacrifice to make amens,…

Vision #7 Review

Vision #7 Writer: Tom King Pencils: Michael Walsh Colors: Jordie Bellaire Letters: Clayton Cowles Publisher: Marvel In his quest to become human, Vision, a synthezoid(android) created by the Avengers’ villain Ultron has created his own family.  A sythezoid wife named Virginia, a son named Vin, and a daughter named Viv.  The family of four move…

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #3 Review

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #3 Writer: Kyle Higgins Pencils Hendry Prasetya Colors: Matt Herms Letters: Ed Dukeshire Publisher: Boom Studios Writer Kyle Higgins continues to explore more in depth and expand to the lure of the one of the most popular franchises of the 1990’s, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, in superb fashion.  With the highly…

Scarlet Witch #6 Review

Scarlet Witch #6 Writer: James Robinson Artist: Marguerite Sauvage Letters: Cory Petit Cover Artist: David Aja Publisher: Marvel After some minor hiccups a couple issues prior, James Robison’s Scarlet Witch gets back on track with its sixth installment. Seeking atonement for her past sins, Wanda Maximoff continues traveling around the globe and uses her talents…

Daredevil/Punisher #1 Review

Daredevil/Punisher #1 Writer: Charles Soule Layouts Reilly Brown Pencils: Szymon Kudranski Colors: Jim Charlampidid Letters: Clayton Cowles Publisher: Marvel   The rivalry between Daredevil and the Punisher is one of most alluring conflicts in comic book history.  These two characters share the same end goal, but it’s the philosophical difference and actions they’re willing to…