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Comic Reviews: Amazing Spider-Man and Superman Unchained!

COMIC REVIEWS!!!!

 Amazing_Spider-Man_Vol_3_9_TextlessAmazing Spider-Man #9 (Marvel Comics)

 It’s here, the event that Dan Slott has been building to since he first brought Peter Parker back to the Marvel Universe in April: “Spider-Verse”: the Spider-Man event to end all Spider-Man events. After months of build up, including an Edge of Spider-Verse prelude miniseries and two special issues of Superior Spider-Man, the main event is finally here with Amazing Spider-Man #9. So, how does it stack up? Read the rest of this entry

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Comic Reviews: Rocket Raccoon and Superman Unchained!

COMIC REVIEWS!!!

 RocketRocket Raccoon #1 (Marvel Comics)

Rocket Raccoon blasts off into his own solo series, and thanks to writer and artist Skottie Young, it’s pretty spectacular. While it’s obvious that Marvel has put this book out to cash in on the upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy movie, the decision to have Young write and draw the series makes this an absolute blast to read, and makes the wait between issues of Guardians of the Galaxy that much easier. Read the rest of this entry

Comic Reviews: New Avengers and Superman Unchained!

COMIC REVIEWS!!

marvel-new-avengers-issue-13inhNew Avengers # 13.INH

“Inhumanity” finally hits the New Avengers, but not in the way that you think. Cleverly playing with our expectations, New Avengers #13.INH (that’s to let you know it ties into “Inhumanity”, in case you couldn’t tell from the cover) switches gears and shows us a parallel Earth with it’s own Illuminati, and its own spin on the Inhuman gas that was released during Infinity.  Writer Jonathan Hickman continues to build on the events that have been occurring during his entire New Avengers run, but the art by Simone Bianchi definitely hurts this issue. Read the rest of this entry