Articles Posted in the " greg pak " Category

  • Storm #11 Review: The End of Storm!

    Storm #11 came out this week, and it brought the conclusion of the Weather Goddess’s solo series. Could the series have continued after this issue had the Marvel Universe not been destroyed due to Secret Wars? I don’t know, but I did enjoy the Goddess’s journey ending on a high note. Kenji serving as the […]


  • 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 […]


  • Storm #8 Review: Clearing the Storm!

    Ever since the debut of Storm, plot threads have been moving forward to one big climax for Ororo Monroe, and Issue #8 showed the Weather Goddess facing the consequences of her decisions. Storm learned a lot through her ordeals and I’m excited to see where she goes from here. After being framed by a senator […]


  • Storm # 7 Review: Storm Going Rogue!

    Storm #7 picked up where the previous issue left off. It didn’t stop giving Ororo fans some amazing action-sequences and a gripping plot. Greg Pak is doing an awesome job writing Storm and making the Weather Goddess realize that there will always be bad people who don’t like it when someone stands up to them. […]


  • Storm #6 Review: The Power of Storm!

    This month’s issue of Storm showed Ororo Munroe going back to New York and encountering some new enemies along the way.  Things haven’t been looking good for the Weather Goddess since her encounter with Yukio in Las Vegas, and I’m anxiously waiting to see how she will finally deal with it all. Seeing Yukio manipulating […]


  • Storm #5 Review: Death of Wolverine

    This month’s issue of Storm turned out to be the best in the series yet! Even though the weather goddess was put in a difficult position by her friend Yukio, she still tried to set everything right in the end. The first thing I want to talk about is the cover art. The amazing cover by […]


  • Storm # 4 Review: Death of Wolverine

    Issue 4 of Storm started the first major story arc for the weather controlling mutant. It involved stepping into Wolverine’s shoes and meeting an old friend. I have nothing against Storm getting an arc, but I enjoyed the one-shots the series began with. There are a lot of superhero titles out there where the main characters […]