Tag: lost

  • Captain America #34: Lost and The Red Skrull

    I was reading Captain America #34 today (yes I realize I am late to the party) when I noticed this possible typo in the synopsis page. In part it reads as follows: Bucky agrees to don the costume of Captain America and go after the Red Skrull. This sentence obviously should have said, “Red Skull”. […]

  • Nova Rockets Into His First Annual!

    The repercussions of Annihilation: Conquest reveal a look into the Human Rocket’s past, and even his future, in the extra-sized Nova Annual #1! Following the events of Nova #10, Richard Rider has pushed himself to his very limits. After the Phalanx infected the last centurion with their insidious transmode virus, Nova fought to free himself […]

  • X-Factor Is Torn Apart!

    In the wake of the pulse-pounding Messiah CompleX, X-Factor is left in shambles. An X-Men: Divided We Stand tie-in, X-Factor #28 brings the team to what may be their point of no return, as the acclaimed creative team of writer Peter David (She-Hulk) and artist Pablo Raimondi take the mutants to the their limits! With […]

  • 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 […]

  • With Great Power Comes Spider-Man!

    You’ve seen how Spider-Man became Peter Parker, but now you’ll find out just what happened next! In the tradition of Spider-Man: Reign, Silver Surfer: Requiem and Captain America: The Chosen comes the newest Marvel Knights series—Spider-Man: With Great Power #1 (of 5). Critically-acclaimed writer David Lapham (Stray Bullets) joins renowned artist Tony Harris (Ex Machina) […]

  • 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 […]

  • 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 #19 Review (the Greatly Anticipated end of Joe Kelly’s Run)

    Joe Kelly (writer) finally ended his amazingly horrible run of Supergirl… and what a way to go out! Thanks for giving me a really terrible issue to trash, Kelly. This thing was so bad I don’t even know where to begin. I guess I’ll start with the cover even though this doesn’t fall under the […]

  • 8 Reasons Why Aunt May Must Die!

    May Reilly Parker is a kindly old woman. She’s Peter Parker’s Aunt. She’s also old and gross. She’s been alive for far too long and it’s about time she was welcomed by Death’s sweet embrace. Here are eight reasons why Aunt May must die: Aunt May is unbelievably old Aunt May’s first appearance was in […]

  • What the?! All Star Batman and Robin is Still Around?

    I don’t usually like reviewing a comic that’s been out for several weeks. I feel like I’m late to the party… as though I’ve delayed my article for so long that people just won’t care when it finally does show up. All Star Batman and Robin #5 doesn’t count though. I feel totally justified in […]