Wonder Woman #1 Review

Wonder Woman #1 Writer: Greg Rucka Artist: Liam Sharp Colors: Laura Martin Letters: Jodi Wynne Publisher: DC Comics Follow ups to the DC Rebirth one-shots are starting to come out and one of the more anticipated issues is centered on the most iconic superheroine in comics.  Wonder Woman, aka Diana of Themyscira is on a quest in…

The Mighty Thor #8 Review

The Mighty Thor #8 Writer: Jason Aaron Artist: Russell Dauterman Colors: Matthew Wilson Letters: Joe Sabino Publisher: Marvel After an intervening two issue storyline involving Loki telling an old folklore story, writer Jason Aaron brings the attention back to Jane Foster, aka Thor in the start of a brand new story arc, “Lords of Midgard”….

The Flash #1 Review

  The Flash #1 Writer: Joshua Williamson Pencils: Carmine Di Giandomenico Colors: Ivan Plascencia  Letters: Steve Wands Publisher: DC Comics DC Comics premier speedster is back in action after his DC Rebirth One-Shot with the start of a brand new story arc, “Lightning Strikes Twice”.  On the 60 year anniversary of Barry Allen’s debut in…

Civil War II: Choosing Sides #1 Review

Civil War II: Choosing Sides #1 Writers: Declan Shalvey, Brandon Easton, Chad Bowers, & Chris Sims Pencils: Declan Shalvey, Paul Davidson, & Leonardo Romero Colors: Jordie Bellaire, Andrew Crossley, & Miroslaw Mrva Letters: Clayton Cowles Cover: Jim Cheung Publisher: Marvel Marvels summer event, Civil War II is in full swing and another tie-in has hit the shelves, Choosing…

Flashpoint Coming to CW’s DC-Verse

Note: This contains spoilers for the ending of Flash season 2. The final episode of the hit CW series, The Flash, saw Barry Allen travel back in time to save his mother’s life.  Upon his return, DC’s premier speedster found a world that was very different from the one he left.  Those familiar with the…

Roland Emmerich Calls Marvel Movies “Silly”

When Bryan Singer’s X-Men rolled out into cinemas in 2000, it was clear that the director and the studio took liberties, particularly with the costumes, to make the Marvel franchise more accessible to a wider audience.  Since then, the average movie goers suspension of disbelief has grown accustomed to the insanity that is the comic…

Star Wars: Han Solo #1 Review

Star Wars: Han Solo #1 Writer: Marjorie Liu Pencils: Mark Brooks Colors: Sonia Oback Letters: Joe Caramagna Publisher: Marvel A smuggler, a scoundrel, a rebel, a man who shoots first, everyone loves Han Solo and it’s surprising it took this long for him to get his own series since Marvel started republishing Star Wars comics….

Civil War II: X-Men #1 Review

Civil War II: X-Men #1 Writer: Cullen Bunn Pencils: Andrea Braccardo Colors: Jesus Aburtov Letters: Joe Sabino Publisher: Marvel Marvel’s sequel to 2006’s Civil War is in full swing and with that of course comes the abundance of tie-ins.  Amongst the onslaught of tie-ins they will always be splint into two categories, those that feel…

Civil War II #2 Review

Civil War II #2 Writer: Brian Michael Bendis Pencils: David Marquez Colors: Justin Ponsor Letters: Clayton Cowles Publisher: Marvel Being a comic book reader can be difficult at times given that the majority or comic series are released monthly.  If a particularly issue doesn’t progress the story and the narrative drive is at a snail’s…

Star Wars: Poe Dameron #3 Review

Star Wars: Poe Dameron #3 Writer: Charles Soule Artist: Phil Noto Letters: Joe Caramagna Publisher: Marvel The first story arc for Poe Dameron, the former Republic flyer turned Resistance fighter and best pilot of the galaxy has come to an end in issue 3.  It’s been 3 decades since the fall of the Empire at the…

Civil War II: Amazing Spider-Man #1 Review

Civil War II: Amazing Spider-Man #1 Writer: Christos Gage Pencils: Travel Foreman Colors: Rain Beredo Letters: Joe Caramanga Publisher: Marvel Marvel’s new summer event comic, Civil War II has taken off and with that comes tie-ins of course.  Spider-Man, the most recognizable Marvel superhero played an integral part in the original Civil War comic, written…

The Flash: Rebirth #1 Review

The Flash: Rebirth #1 Writer: Joshua Williamson Pencils: Carmine Di Giandomenico Colors: Wan Plascencia Letters: Steve Wands Publisher: DC Comics Given the fact that DCU Rebirth #1 was essentially a Wally West Flash story, it makes perfect sense that writer Joshua Williamson’s The Flash: Rebirth #1 would heavily tie into it and be its true…