Articles Posted in the " Comic Books " Category

  • BOOM! Studios Announces “Sleepy Hollow” Comic Series

    Sleepy Hollow fans (or “Sleepyheads”, according to their fandom) only have a little over a week until the second season of FOX’s supernatural hit begins. But just in time for Halloween, fans can get their hands on a four-issue comic series exclusively from BOOM! Studios, according to Comic Book Resources. The series, which will debut […]


  • Ms. Marvel #8 Review

    This month’s issue of Ms. Marvel started a new arc for Kamala Khan, and paired her up with the Inhuman dog, Lockjaw. The art returned to its unique whimsical look and the writing made it one of the best issues in the series. I’m really enjoying G. Willow Wilson’s take on Kamala. It’s as if […]


  • Captain Marvel Issue #7 Review

    Firstly, the artist on this and the next issue has changed to Marcio Takara from Incorruptible. Great book if you haven’t read it, and a great addition to the Carol Corps, albeit temporarily.   Opening with an intense nightmare of those she cares about, Carol and Tic are headed back to Carol’s ship, Harrison, and […]


  • Hawkeye Issue #20 Review

    After last month’s amazing issue focusing on the plight of the now deaf Clint Barton, Hawkeye #20 revolves around the darling Kate Bishop and her adventures in Los Angeles. The Avenger “in spirit” is still tangled up with Madame Masque and working as a unlicensed private eye.   Kate finds herself in jail explaining the […]


  • Captain Marvel: An Introduction

    Carol Danvers is an amazing woman. I am not sure that needs to be said, but there are many who don’t know that. She has always been one of my favourite Marvel characters of all time, and my favourite heroine hands down. If you’re not familiar with her, Carol Danvers (aka Ms. Marvel, Binary, Warbird, […]


  • Marvel’s “The Death of Wolverine” has started!

    The Death of Wolverine is finally here and we get to see Logan go on his last adventure. With his healing factor gone, and villains from around the world after him, the month-long event looks poised to provide fans with a satisfying farewell to an iconic character in the comic book world. I’m not the […]


  • Wolverine & the X-Men #8 Review

    With the Death of Wolverine hitting us this September, I was waiting for Marvel to do something heartfelt relating to Logan and Storm. This month’s issue of Wolverine & the X-Men did just that. It gave Ororo and Logan fans an amazing issue that showed them spending time together as a couple. Ever since I […]


  • Erotic Spider-Woman Cover: Not as Bad as It Looks?

    Marvel seems to have offended a lot of people after revealing the variant cover art for Spider-Woman’s debut solo series. Marvel has been on the right track giving solo series to its female superheroes but it’s uncertain what possessed the company to approve such a cover for a title that’s supposed to appeal female readers. […]


  • Ms. Marvel #7 Review

    This month’s issue of Ms. Marvel continued Kamala Khan’s first-ever superhero team-up with the iconic Wolverine. The issue had a perfect balance of humor, fight sequences, and a good story. It also marked the start of a new arc for the young superhero. When news of Kamala first surfaced, there were concerns about whether or […]


  • X-Men #18 Review: A new Creative Team makes it better!

    The Marvel NOW! X-Men re-launch showed great promise, being headlined by Brian Woods and featuring an all-female team. The excitement slowly diminished, however, and I have to admit the previous 17 issues have been a mess. With issue #18 the title is moving forward with a new creative team and it seems they might have […]