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Amazing Spider-Man #797 Review: No Red Goblin Yet but a Solid Comic Lies Inside

Amazing Spider-Man #797 Review: No Red Goblin Yet, but a Solid Comic Lies Inside

Elsewhere, Liz Allen is still calling in favors from Flash Thompson on behalf of Alchemax.[caption id="attachment_807257" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Amazing Spider-Man #797 cover by Alex Ross[/caption]Okay, this one actually wasn’t bad The pseudo-framing device of Norman interrogating the unknown hostage is well-constructed and even tense at times The Spider-Man parts aren’t all that interesting, and it[...]

Amazing Spider-Man #796 Review: Better but Still Not Good

Amazing Spider-Man #796 Review: Better, but Still Not Good

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Agent Anti-Venom is becoming a beloved hero across New York City, and Liz Allen of Alchemax hires/vaguely threatens Flash Thompson into working security at a demonstration for the company Meanwhile, Peter Parker convinces the Daily Bugle to report on the demonstration after receiving an invite from Liz Allen as well Mary Jane Watson also[...]

Venom #161 Review: A Nice One-Off Before the Next Crossover

Venom #161 Review: A Nice One-Off Before the Next Crossover

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Venom is cured. His tangle with Flash Thompson has brought the creeping madness in the symbiote under control, and he goes to celebrate by bringing in the Looter. Unfortunately, Spider Woman was watching, and she still thinks that Venom is a monster. This leads to another fight with a Spider-person for Eddie. This […]

X-Men: Blue #17 Review: The Return of X-Men 2099

X-Men: Blue #17 Review: The Return of X-Men 2099

They also find a dystopia brought about by the corporation Alchemax The strangest thing is that our X-Men apparently took over the company some years back and made it the de facto government before disappearing.[caption id="attachment_761285" align="aligncenter" width="600"] X-Men: Blue #17 cover by Arthur Adams and Peter Steigerwald[/caption]It is cool to see the X-Men of[...]

Venom #157 Review: The War Of Hunters Continues

Venom #157 Review: The War Of Hunters Continues

Kraven has warned the city of Venom’s presence.Unfortunately, the symbiote’s mental state is deteriorated, and Alchemax doesn’t have the medicine to treat this problem currently.On top of everything, Kraven has also enlisted the help of an old foe of Venom’s.[caption id="attachment_743789" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Venom #157 cover by Mark Bagley, John Dell, and John Rauch[/caption]The hunt[...]

Venom #153 Review: A Glorious Amount Of Dinosaurs

Venom #153 Review: A Glorious Amount Of Dinosaurs

Venom goes back to Alchemax, gets the medicine to help the symbiote, and the day is more-or-less saved.Those hoping for more morally ambiguous stories with the grinning symbiote aren’t exactly going to have their wishes fulfilled here Mike Costa has shown potential for that in other Venom stories, but this one overall stays straight and[...]

Spider-Man 2099 #25 Review: A Nice Wrap-Up To A Solid Series

Spider-Man 2099 #25 Review: A Nice Wrap-Up To A Solid Series

The final irony is that Alchemax has taken her to the newly constructed Blackthorne Prison, which Miguel helped design.As previously stated and you likely already know, this is the final issue of Peter David and Will Sliney’s Spider-Man 2099 series It’s a series that I have been reading in trades, and it’s actually a very[...]

Venom #152 Review: A Fun Diversion From Secret Empires Dreariness

Venom #152 Review: A Fun Diversion From Secret Empire's Dreariness

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Having discovered an underground kingdom of dinosaur people led by Stegron, the Dinosaur Man, Venom is put against the wall struggling against the hordes of dinosaur-human hybrids created by the creature.Luckily, he gets a little help from a source you've probably guessed at already.When Eddie returns to Alchemax after the first battle, he learns[...]