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Comic Reviews: Legion and The Flash!

COMIC REVIEWS!!!

copyOfFirstPage._SX1280_QL80_TTD_Legion #1 (of 5) (Marvel Comics)

With a critical hit series on FX, it’s no surprise that Marvel would restart Legion. Focusing again on David Haller, the son of Charles Xavier, the Peter Milligan and Wilfredo Torres series doesn’t have quite the mind-bending narrative that the show has, but it’s still very entertaining. Read the rest of this entry

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Comic Reviews: Inhumans vs X-Men and The Flash!

COMIC REVIEWS!!

ivx_1_coverInhumans vs. X-Men #1 (of 6) (Marvel Comics)

The throw down Marvel fans have been waiting for is here: Inhumans vs. X-Men (or IvX if you want to be picky). The past few years have been quite a ride for both franchises, as Marvel has made a pretty obvious ploy to play up the Inhumans while distancing themselves from the X-Men. It hasn’t worked, but IvX is the latest attempt by Marvel to try and get people to care as much about the Inhumans as they do about the X-Men. With Charles Soule and Jeff Lemire writing, and Leinil Yu drawing, it’s clear that Marvel really wants this one to work (especially because it’ll lead into their RessurXion event), but does it all add up to a readable event? Read the rest of this entry

Comic Reviews: Wonder Woman Rebirth and The Flash Rebirth!

COMIC REVIEWS!!! 

Wonder-Woman-rebirthWonder Woman Rebirth (DC Comics)

Wonder Woman has had quite the ride for the past five years. At the start of the DC New 52 event, her series was riding high thanks to the incredible take on her mythos from Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang, but shortly after they left she fell back into obscurity and muddled storytelling. Well, with DC Rebirth comes another new start for Diana Prince, as Greg Rucka makes his triumphant return to DC’s Amazon in Wonder Woman Rebirth. One of the hottest titles of the DC Rebirth event, Rucka’s return has been pretty highly publicized after he made it known a few years ago that he’d “never work with DC again”, so how does this new one shot, with art from Matthew Clark and Liam Sharp, stack up? Read the rest of this entry