Articles Posted in the " Comics " Category

  • 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 […]


  • Naruto x 688 Review: The Sharingan’s…!!

    This week’s chapter of Naruto made up for the filler filled one we got last week, even if it featured Obito in the first few panels. Kakashi finally stepped up his game with a new power up, and the final battle has begun! Even since Madara stole Kakashi’s sharingan, the ninja hasn’t been able to […]


  • Review: x19 Hawkeye

    Hawkeye, vol 4, #19 has been a long overdue and does not disappoint. The September issue pick up after the events of the shooting. It’s a mostly “silent” issue, which is no stranger to Matt Fraction and James Aja, having done something similar for their Eisner Award winning Hawkeye #11 (as told from the perspective […]


  • Ant-Man: More Worrisome News For the MCU Franchise

    It seems there’s been a dark cloud hanging over the head of Marvel’s Ant-Man every since the project was officially announced, but lately more and more news keeps coming out that’s setting Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) franchise fans on edge. Back in May, the director Edgar Wright (who was pretty much the leader of this […]


  • Hawkeye: My Re-Introduction to Marvel Comics

    I have been reading comic books since I was seven years old. Though I started with DC Comics, I quickly switched to Marvel after I was given a tattered copy of West Coast Avengers. Granted not the best introduction, but I was hooked. It got so bad, I was spending much more than my allowance […]


  • Naruto x 687 Review: I Know You Will

    This week’s manga of Naruto had to be the worst filler issue in the entire series. With the final arc already in motion, it felt as if Kishimoto was deliberately dragging the story for a character that no one really cared about. The story could have been told in three panels rather than a whole […]


  • Comic Con: SAGA Panel Report (Brian K Vaughan, Fiona Staples)

    This year’s Saga panel was an amazing treat for fans of this great comic series. Saga writer, Brian K. Vaughan (well-known for Y: The last Man) and artist Fiona Staples exchanged a great deal of cheer and smiles to the small yet at-capacity room of dedicated fans. Image Comics publisher Eric Stephenson was present to […]



  • Happy 75th Birthday, Batman!

    For comic book fans everywhere, today means just one thing: the 75th anniversary of arguably the greatest comic book character ever. Created by Bob Kane and Bill Finger in 1939, Batman has irrevocably changed the comic book industry and pop culture by turning the caped superhero from frothy entertainment for kids to something serious and […]