Reviews of cosmic and sci-fi comics for this week's releases! Including 5 STARS for Thanos Imperative and Darkness/Darkchylde!
This comic left a miserable taste in my mouth. It felt like this story needed at least three more issues to flesh it out. This is not Superman.
Maybe my expectations are too high for a "Second Coming" book; the fact that any book where a main character yells out,"Go Team Science," just makes me cringe.
Kyle and Yost are really raising the bar for each issue they write for the "Second Coming" crossover and the first ten pages show the amazing talent Marvel has.
DnA and Walker deliver a tour-de-force first issue of a cosmically themed comic. Call your local comics shop and have it added to your pull list.
Mr. Hickman brought me back to the FF and I intend to stay to see how all this comes out. But letâ€™s have a punch or two, OK, Jonathan?
THUNDERBOLTS #144 was an absolutely fantastic issue that incorporated events from not only the current happenings in the Marvel Universe, but also the past.
While the classic feel of the mighty Avengers is back with The Avengers, Bru and Mr. Deodato have given us a whole new animal here in Secret Avengers.
GL #54 is not a must read if you are following the main â€œBrightest Dayâ€ event and if you just happen to read Green Lantern does not pay off on its own.
Combining magnificently written and rendered cosmically influenced horror with a healthy side order of T&A; Kingdom of Pain is well worth your time and money.