Too Many Characters? Not the Problem with Batman v. Superman

Warner Brothers'(WB) recent attempt at expanding their own superhero cinematic universe, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice(BvS), has become one of the most talked about, controversial, and polarizing films of all time.  Sure there are people out there in the middle, or even liked the movie but do acknowledge its problems, however, those that I’ve…

The Reason Captain America is Anti-Registration

It’s a bit late on this topic but I don’t care, I feel I need to get this off my shoulders.  Something that’s bothered me about the recent Captain America: Civil War movie, is the complaints against Steve Rogers'(Captain America) reasons as to why he’s against signing the Sokovia Accords. Just as a friendly reminder…

Daredevil/Punisher #4 Review

Daredevil/Punisher #4  Writer: Charles Soule Artist: Szymon Kudranski Colorist: Jim Charalampidid Letterer: Clayton Cowles Publisher: Marvel Writer Charles Soule’s Daredevil and Punisher crossover Seventh Circle, comes to a conclusion with the fourth installment. The Man Without Fear, under the activity of his alter ego, District Attorney Matt Murdock, arranged for gangster Sergey Antonov’s trial to be…

Black Widow #6 Review

  Black Widow #6 Writers: Mark Waid & Chris Samnee Artist: Chris Samnee Colorist: Matthew Wilson Letterer: Joe Caramagna Publisher: Marvel Natasha Romanoff is an ex-KGB assassin, an ex-agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., and a sometime Avenger.  She has tried to use her unique skill set to atone for her past, but atonement is not erasure.  Sooner…

Green Lanterns #5 Review

Green Lanterns #5 Writer: Sam Humphries Artist: Robson Rocha & Eduardo Pansica Colorist: Blond Letters: Dave Sharpe Publisher: DC Comics When DC held a panel at WonderCon 2016, they used it as a platform to announce the line-up of titles that’ll follow the release of DC Rebirth.  One of the more intriguing, yet hesitant parts…

Vision #10 Review

Vision #10 Writer: Tom King Artist: Gabriel Hernandez Walta Colorist: Jordie Bellaire Letterer: Clayton Cowles Publisher: Marvel When one of the founding members of the Avengers, Hank Pym, aka Ant-Man, created the android Ultron, he unintentionally created the premier Marvel super-team’s quintessential villain.  Ultron in turn, created what he called a synthezoid named Vision.  With…

Scarlet Witch #9 Review

Scarlet Witch #9 Writer: James Robinson Artist: Joelle Jones Colorist: Rachelle Rosenberg Letterer: Cory Petit Cover: David Aja Publisher: Marvel This has been one of my personal favorite series to come out of Marvel post Secret Wars(2015).  Writer James Robinson has really allowed these one shot stories to focus on Wanda as a person, developed…

All-New X-Men #12 Review

  All-New X-Men #12 Writer: Dennis Hopeless Artist: Mark Bagley Colorist: Nolan Woodard Letterer: Cory Petit Publisher: Marvel After the meaningless Apocalypse Wars crossover where a completely missed opportunity to develop Evan, Kid Apocalypse, All-New X-Men gets back to what the opening arc promised us.  Focusing on the relationships between this team of young mutants,…

All-Star Batman #1 Review

All-Star Batman #1 Writer: Scott Snyder Artist: John Romita Jr. & Declan Shalvey Colorist: Dean White & Jordie Bellaire Letterer: Steve Wands Publisher: DC Comics After the events of Flashpoint in 2011, DC Comics rebooted their superhero universe, much to the chagrin DC readers, and released the New 52.  No one can question its success…

Suicide Squad Movie Review

Suicide Squad Director: David Ayer Writer: David Ayer Producer: Charles Roven & Richard Suckle Distributer: Warner Bros. Pictures Note: This review contains spoilers, you’ve been warned. If you been paying attention to modern pop culture as of late, you’d know the ever-growing popularity of the comic book movie genre.  It began largely thanks in due…

Invincible Iron Man #12 Review

  Invincible Iron Man #12 Writer: Brian Michael Bendis Artist: Mike Deodato Colorist: Frank Martin Letters: Clayton Cowles Publisher: Marvel In the shadows of event comics, it can sometimes become easy to overlook and forget about the current ongoing series of the crossover’s main protagonists/antagonists.  As is the case with Marvel’s Civil War II and…

Kill or be Killed #1 Review

Kill or be Killed #1 Writer: Ed Brubaker Artist: Sean Phillips Colorist: Elizabeth Breitweiser Publisher: Image Comics The celebrated collaborative team-up of writer Ed Brubaker(Captain America, Daredevil) and artist Sean Phillips(Hellblazer, Marvel Zombies), have united once again to create a new thriller comic, Kill or be Killed.  Much like their previous works together, i.e. Criminal and…