Category: Articles

  • Punisher War Journal #14: Hunter / Hunted Part 2 Review

    Writer Matt Fraction continues his magnificent run on Punisher War Journal and doesn’t miss a beat in the second part of Hunter / Hunted.

  • Supergirl #24 Ghosts of Krypton Part 2: Star Child… The Final Straw!

    After two years of waiting for a decent story line, Supergirl has failed me for the final time. Two years ago I started reading Supergirl. The first several issues had decent art (if you like Michael Turner) minus the fact that Supergirl looked to be in her early twenties rather than her supposed age of […]

  • The Sensational Spider-Man #41: One More Day part 3

    One More Day, at it’s roots is a simple story: Aunt May is on the verge of death, Peter Parker is trying to find a way to save her, but keeps running in to dead ends. The background behind One More Day is a bit more complicated. A War and a Bullet Months ago, there […]

  • Marvel Offers Subscription Web Comics

    Is $9.99 too much to pay for an online comic book subscription service? Marvel doesn’t seem to think so, but time will tell how their fans feel.

  • Proof #2 Review

    This issue was more intriguing than the last. We discover that The Lodge houses more than just an oversized furry man-ape, it’s also home to various species that are on the verge of extinction, or thought to have been extinct. It also houses mythological creatures, that for the sake of the comic are said to […]

  • Action Comics #858 Review

    Well this was an unexpected surprise: a comic book featuring the Legion of Super-Heroes that left me satisfied and wanting more. Action Comics #858, Superman and the Legion of Super-Heroes Part One features yet another tale about the Superman worshiping youths of the future, the Legion of Super-Heroes. These kids are all over the DC […]

  • Supergirl #22 Mini Review

    Supergirl #22 has been sitting on my desk for weeks now. Every time I picked it up, I would end up setting it down again without even glancing inside. I was dreading it. This is the second part of a two part series entitled Reunion, and both issues are tie-ins to the worst series in […]

  • Catain America, Civil War and Marvel Comics

    A recent comment reminded me of an article I wrote about the death of Captain America. I invited the general public to get over it. It seemed the day Captain America #25 was released the media couldn’t keep from talking about it. Some fans of Captain America went in to a depression, some lashed out […]

  • Punisher War Journal #12: World War Hulk tie-in

    Months ago I talked about Punisher War Journal and how it’s one of my favorite comics. It’s action packed, well written, and constantly considers the blurry line of justice. World War Hulk has been a pretty decent read thus far, albeit rather slow moving. I’m not much for tie-ins and as soon as I saw […]

  • 30 Days of Night

    Years ago I saw this graphic novel at the comic book shop. I flipped through it a few times, but never did read it. The title, 30 Days of Night, and the image on the cover kept drawing me to it, but I just couldn’t find enough gumption to actually purchase it. Now it’s been […]