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Infinity Countdown: Champions #2 Review &#8211 Young Heroes in a Deadly Universe

Infinity Countdown: Champions #2 Review – Young Heroes in a Deadly Universe

The Mad Titan gets a moment to be — well, himself, in this comic.[caption id="attachment_879050" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Infinity Countdown: Champions #2 art by Emilio Laiso and Andy Troy[/caption]Emilio Laiso provides a fluid and action-oriented art style that keeps the tone a little lighter than it would otherwise be That said, this is a bleak story,[...]

Green Lanterns #50 Review: Frustratingly Vague but Still Fun

Green Lanterns #50 Review: Frustratingly Vague but Still Fun

The Green Lantern Corps members are presented well, the tone and atmosphere are established very well, and there are a handful of good lines sprinkled throughout the book.[caption id="attachment_878975" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Green Lanterns #50 art by Mike Perkins and Andy Troy[/caption]Mike Perkins, Andy Troy, and Pete Pantazis make up the art team behind this book[...]

Infinity Countdown: Champions #1 Review &#8211 Earnest and Dedicated Heroes

Infinity Countdown: Champions #1 Review – Earnest and Dedicated Heroes

I won’t spoil it, but if you look at the cover to Infinity Countdown: Champions #2, you’ll see who it is.[caption id="attachment_871741" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Infinity Countdown: Champions #1 art by Emilio Laiso and Andy Troy[/caption]Emilio Laiso is the artist on this endeavor The style looks good and fits this optimistic group of young heroes[...]

Green Lanterns Annual #1 Review: Rings Dont Help with Public Speaking

Green Lanterns Annual #1 Review: Rings Don't Help with Public Speaking

The Vaikeans are a race who hold protocol in high importance.[caption id="attachment_857855" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Green Lanterns Annual #1 cover by Mike Perkins and Andy Troy[/caption]That description might make Green Lanterns Annual #1 sound boring, and, admittedly, it is a slower-paced comic than the Green Arrow Annual we were graced with this week[...]

Iron Fist #80 Review: Punching Demons from Here to Eternity

Iron Fist #80 Review: Punching Demons from Here to Eternity

The ending comes off like a very slap-dash and rushed conclusion that hopes it can extract some meaning with the conclusion of this series.There's also a running joke with Fat Cobra's mom abusing him that just feels cruel.[caption id="attachment_833728" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Iron Fist #80 art by Damian Couceiro and Andy Troy[/caption]Damian Couceiro and Andy Troy[...]

Iron Fist #79 Review: Slower than it Needs to be but Still Edges Out a Fun Issue

Iron Fist #79 Review: Slower than it Needs to be, but Still Edges Out a Fun Issue

Plus, Danny has nothing to do in most of it by design, so he and Fat Cobra are just milling about for much of the book.[caption id="attachment_824808" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Iron Fist #79 art by Damian Couceiro and Andy Troy[/caption]That said, when it gets to the two major fight sequences in this comic, artist Damian Couceiro[...]

Daredevil #600 Review: A Climactic Twist to Mayor Fisk

Daredevil #600 Review: A Climactic Twist to 'Mayor Fisk'

The confrontation between DD and Kingpin is especially quite awesome.There’s a short follow-up story from Christos Gage, Mike Perkins, and Andy Troy It’s about Foggy Nelson, and it’s a nice little celebration of one of comic’s best supporting characters As always, Perkins and Troy make it look quite awesome.[caption id="attachment_819886" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Daredevil #600 art[...]

Iron Fist #78 Review: Retreading the Origin Story

Iron Fist #78 Review: Retreading the Origin Story

The Kung Fu action is sustained, and it almost makes up for the lackluster first half.[caption id="attachment_817098" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Iron Fist #78 art by Damian Couceiro and Andy Troy[/caption]Damian Couceiro’s artwork has an appealing cartoonish quality which can still capitalize on kinetic energy and expression It can’t be easy following up Mike Perkins, but Couceiro[...]

Black Panther Annual #1 Review: A Celebration of King TChalla

Black Panther Annual #1 Review: A Celebration of King T'Challa

In the final story, we see the alternate future in which T’Challa and Ororo Munroe conquer the world.[caption id="attachment_799024" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Black Panther Annual #1 cover by Daniel Acuna[/caption]Christopher Priest, Mike Perkins, and Andy Troy’s story is a callback and celebration of Priest’s distinct run on T’Challa’s series[...]

Iron Fist #77 Review: The Epic Finale to Sabretooth Round Two

Iron Fist #77 Review: The Epic Finale to Sabretooth Round Two

In a climactic finale like this, it would be better to have a genuine and traceable ebb and flow.[caption id="attachment_789938" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Iron Fist #77 art by Mike Perkins and Andy Troy[/caption]Perkins’s hyper-realistic artwork is as glorious as ever though Even if the fights can be difficult to follow, he makes them as epic as[...]