Articles Posted in the " Comic Books " Category

  • Star Wars: Princess Leia #002 Review

    This review is a bit late. My allergies suck the energy out of me, but thankfully the Princess Leia series does not suck at all. This issue is even better than the first, which was amazing. There’s more action in this one, and we are also shown a glimpse of Leia’s life from when she […]


  • Storm #10 Review: The Past Returns!

    This month’s issue of Storm began the final arc for the Weather Goddess’s solo-series. It linked to every character Ororo helped since her solo’s debut, and the revelation of the final antagonist really took me by surprise. I know some fans have said that the issues focusing on Callisto and Forge didn’t do Storm’s solo […]


  • Avengers: Rage of Ultron Online Graphic Novel Drops April 1st!

    It was another glorious victory for the Mighty Avengers. Good triumphed over evil and Ultron was shot into space, never to be seen again. Or so they thought. Now, years later, the homicidal artificial intelligence – so long devoted to ending life on Earth – has a new world to conquer…one with its own horrific […]


  • LBGTQ+ Characters in Comic Books: Marvel Part I

    While TV shows have a long way to go when it comes to LGBTQ+ representation, comic books have indeed given people around the world some impressive characters that fall on various places of the rainbow. If you want to read or get to know more about the comics that feature such characters, then you have […]


  • Silk #2 Review: Hail the Tentacle Monster!

    In the second issue of Silk we continue to learn more about Cindy Moon’s past. When she’s not busy defending the city, she is trying to find out anything and everything she possibly can about her missing family. Oh and of course, there’s a huge Hydra “Tentacle-Monster-Robot-Thingy” trying to kill her! We are given a […]


  • Storm #9 Review: Teaming up with Gambit!

    After saving people all over the world and dealing with the consequences of her actions, Storm #9 showed Ororo Munroe cutting loose and teaming up with Gambit for an adventure. This month’s issue served as a much needed breather before the concluding arc kicks in. A lot has changed for Storm over the years. The […]


  • Ms. Marvel #13 Review: Crushed – Part I

    This month’s issue of Ms. Marvel had Kamala Khan developing a crush on a boy and dealing with other Inhumans coming to Jersey City. I liked how writer G. Willow Wilson laid the groundwork for a bigger story involving the Inhumans and how it will no doubt change the Marvel Universe as a whole. It was […]


  • Star Wars: Princess Leia #001 Review

    Sometimes my brother and I go to local comic book shops just to look around and satisfy our not-so-inner geeks. Mostly we get an idea of things we would like to read, to add to our Goodreads or library reserve lists. While looking at the Marvel new releases, something completely awesome caught my eye – […]


  • Grayson #6 and #7 Review

    The two most recent installments of Grayson continue to be a book that I very much enjoy reading. There is an impressive amount of insight into Dick’s character in every issue. In Grayson #6: The Brains of the Operation, Dick and Helena face a zombie orca with legs that reminds me of GISHWHES mascots. Dick […]


  • Hawkeye #21 Review: The Penultimate Issue

    (A bit overdue with this review, but better late than never.) Matt Fraction and David Aja’s first run of Hawkeye is nearing a close, and it is determined not to go gently into that good night. There is a bitterness and sense of inevitability even as the issue begins. I think I’m actually going to […]