Marvel Comics takes its first step into a galaxy far, far away and offers plenty of reasons for more hope. [22.Jan.15]
Ant-Man learns that living small (in his case, really small) can sometimes be better than living large if it means that you get to be with your kids, watch them grow, dry their tears, all that stuff. [21.Jan.15]
The death of Wolverine is not quite the same as the death of Kurt Cobain or Brett Favre’s retirement, but he’s a character that casts the biggest shadow in all of X-men. [13.Jan.15]
An event comes to a solid end, but is too lacking to be anything more. [12.Jan.15]
The O5 X-men think their future is bad, but a trip to the decaying world of Ultimate adds some needed perspective. [05.Jan.15]
Bitch Planet gives us naked bodies and bloody violence. (Naked bodies and bloody violence in space, no less!) It's called Bitch Planet for God's sake. And it gives us something more.
Spider-Man's first teaching experience with mutants has some new twists, but misses out on important lessons. [16.Dec.14]
Fraction’s writing, which dips in and out of epic verse with a casual mastery, demands a close attention to rhythm and meter, but retains his unique voice. [15.Dec.14]