Advance Review: Curse Words #1

This article was originally published at ComicBook.Com on January 17, 2016. If you’ve read a comic created by Ryan Browne before, then you know to expect a lot of laughs when you see his name on any book. His quick-plotting experiments on books like God Hates Astronauts! and Blast Furnace deliver comedy, action, and pacing […]

Inhuman Touch: The Uncanny Inhumans #6

This article was originally published at Comics Bulletin on April 5, 2016. Here at Comics Bulletin we’ve had Chase Magnett read through and review the offerings of Marvel’s two biggest franchises The Avengers and The X-Men in week long series. While these two families may have the most history and largest collection of team-based titles […]

Fastball Feedback: Marvel Edition – Scarlet Witch #1, Gwenpool #1

This article was originally published at ComicBook.Com on December 9, 2015. (Photo: David Aja)The launch of All-New, All-Different Marvel is in full swing (as Secret Wars has finally relented to concluding in 2016) with plenty of new #1’s from the House of Ideas dropping every Wednesday. This week there are seven new series featuring a […]

It’s Not Easy Being Green: She-Hulk Cancelled

This article was originally published at ComicBook.Com on October 22, 2014. Marvel solicits for January have been released bringing news of new series and cancellations. There’s excitement (at least for me) for a new Ant-Man series by Nick Spencer and Ramon Rosanas and The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #1 by Ryan North and Erica Henderson. However, […]

REVIEW: The Death of Wolverine #2

This article was originally published at ComicBook.Com on September 10, 2014. I was pleasantly surprised by The Death of Wolverine #1. It turned out to be an engaging debut issue that presented a story I was excited to read in spite of event fatigue and the cynicism associated with death in mainstream superhero comics. Charles […]

ADVANCE REVIEW: The Death of Wolverine #1

This article was originally published at ComicBook.Com on September 2, 2014. There are few tropes that have become as standard (and therefore boring) in comics as starting at the end. Opening on a scene in disarray, leaving the reader with questions as to how this came to be before shifting to the beginning of the […]

REVIEW: Inhuman #4 by Charles Soule & Ryan Stegman

This article was originally published at ComicBook.Com on August 27, 2014. You can’t manufacture success in the arts. Hollywood has been trying to do so for decades and, even with significantly more money and resources than the comics industry, it often fails. It’s difficult to predict which projects will and will not discover an audience. […]

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law

This article was originally published at The Nerd Cave on February 13, 2014. She-Hulk #1 was published Wednesday and instantly stood out as the week’s top release. It featured the very best elements that Marvel has to offer: dynamic artwork, a concise story, lots of humor, and a little criticism tucked underneath it all. It’s an issue […]