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Marvel UK Superheroes The Union Rescheduled as King In Black Tie-In

Marvel UK Superheroes, The Union, Rescheduled as King In Black Tie-In

As is traditional, the sun has set over Empyre, but The Union goes on, written by Paul Grist who gave us Burglar Bill, Kane, Jack Staff and Mudman, with Italian artist Andrea Di Vito, and now, definitely, coming out in December And it may no longer be an Empyre tie-in, but it is now a[...]


Ant-Man and the Wasp: Living Legends #1 Review &#8211 A Good Starting Point for the Characters

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Living Legends #1 Review – A Good Starting Point for the Characters

They use the old Eraser device to travel to Dimension Z.[caption id="attachment_862624" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Ant-Man and the Wasp: Living Legends #1 cover by Andrea di Vito and Laura Villari[/caption]Ant-Man and the Wasp: Living Legends #1 is another in the line of one-shot Marvel comics promoting their movie property characters They are generally overly verbose, a[...]

Avengers Shards of Infinity #1 Review: Straightforward a Little Cheesy but Fun

Avengers Shards of Infinity #1 Review: Straightforward, a Little Cheesy, but Fun

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]When new authoritarian terrorist organization going by the name of L.U.N.A.R in control of a Cosmic Cube shard and Vibranium, with which they have created a moon-based superweapon, it’s up to Avengers Black Widow, Black Panther, Captain America, and the Falcon to bring them down and save the world from the threat L.U.N.A.R poses.[caption[...]

Black Panther The Sound and the Fury #1 Review: Simple but Dull Hero vs. Villain Story

Black Panther The Sound and the Fury #1 Review: Simple but Dull Hero vs. Villain Story

I’ve been planning to review that story on its own with the film coming out in a week.[caption id="attachment_788988" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Black Panther: The Sound and the Fury #1 cover by Andrea di Vito and Laura Villari[/caption]Black Panther: The Sound and the Fury’s main story is a basic “fight the bad guy” story clearly intended[...]