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Hunt for Wolverine: Claws of a Killer #4 Review &#8211 The Strongest Hunt for Wolverine Ending Yet

Hunt for Wolverine: Claws of a Killer #4 Review – The Strongest Hunt for Wolverine Ending Yet

None of these villains had an exclusively antagonistic relationship with Wolverine, and that seems to be the theme here.[caption id="attachment_903613" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Hunt for Wolverine: Claws of a Killer #4 art by Butch Guice, Mack Chater, Cam Smith, and Jordan Boyd[/caption]Butch Guice and Mack Chater conclude the miniseries strong too The artwork is detailed and[...]

Hunt for Wolverine: Claws of a Killer #3 Review &#8211 Not Enough Claws or Killer

Hunt for Wolverine: Claws of a Killer #3 Review – Not Enough Claws or Killer

It’s not like the story is all that interesting.[caption id="attachment_887020" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Hunt for Wolverine: Claws of a Killer #3 art by Butch Guice, Mack Chater, Cam Smith, and Dan Brown[/caption]Chater and Guice still put in some good work on the visuals It’s a gorgeous book, and the detailing is emaculate while still delivering enough[...]

Star Wars #50 Review: Hope Dies Around a Star

Star Wars #50 Review: Hope Dies Around a Star

She brushes up against both Mon Mothma and the queen of the Shu-Toran.There is a back-up story, with art from Giuseppe Camuncoli, Cam Smith, and Java Tartaglia, where we see the turn of this issue explained.[caption id="attachment_878894" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Star Wars #50 art by Salvador Larroca and Guru-eFX[/caption]Salvador Larroca and Guru-eFX provide the art for[...]

Hunt for Wolverine: Claws of a Killer #2 Review &#8211 Claws vs. Zombies

Hunt for Wolverine: Claws of a Killer #2 Review – Claws vs. Zombies

My only hope is that the next issue will make for a more interesting tale.[caption id="attachment_871803" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Hunt for Wolverine: Claws of a Killer #2 art by Butch Guice, Cam Smith, Mack Chater, and Dan Brown[/caption]Butch Guice is a saving grace His art is as gritty, detailed, and all-around gorgeous as ever[...]

Amazing Spider-Man #800 Review: A Hard Comic to Recommend

Amazing Spider-Man #800 Review: A Hard Comic to Recommend?

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] All Spider-Man's allies are down thanks to the Red Goblin… or at least they both think. Now Osborn is going after those close to Peter Parker, starting with Aunt May and Mary Jane Watson. Thankfully, Venom and Doctor Octopus have stakes in this fight, and Mary Jane and May are far from helpless. […]

Hunt for Wolverine: The Claws of a Killer #1 Review &#8211 Gritty and Murderous Fun

Hunt for Wolverine: The Claws of a Killer #1 Review – Gritty and Murderous Fun

Their teeth-baring is entertaining and watching Victor and Daken threaten to rip one another’s heads off is great.The weird plot with the small town and mysterious paramilitary agents comes to a bit of a trite conclusion in the end, but it may still make for a fun threat for our leading villains to put down.[caption[...]

Titans Annual #2 Review: Mallah and Brain Forever

Titans Annual #2 Review: Mallah and Brain Forever

Mallah’s huffing and puffing about Brain’s distance and arrogance does veer dangerously close to the realm of melodrama, but it never fully crosses that line.[caption id="attachment_837092" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Titans Annual #2 art by Tom Grummett, Cam Smith, Mick Gray, Trevor Scott, and Adriano Lucas[/caption]Tom Grummett and Tom Derenick split the penciling on this issue, and[...]

X-Men Gold #25 Review: X-Men Unite in Fun One-Off Issue

X-Men Gold #25 Review: X-Men Unite in Fun One-Off Issue

He might have exploded/been teleported.[caption id="attachment_824104" align="aligncenter" width="600"] X-Men: Gold #25 art by Paulo Siqueira, Jose Luis, Cam Smith, Victor Olazaba, Arif Prianto, Java Tartaglia, and Juan Fernandez[/caption]Paulo Siqueira and Jose Luis split the art for this book, and both artists put in great work They meld together well, and the comic is gorgeous for[...]

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

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

It’s just that this series has been of dubious quality at best in recent years.[caption id="attachment_798999" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Amazing Spider-Man #796 art by Mike Hawthorne, Cam Smith, Terry Pallot, and Erick Arciniega[/caption]Mike Hawthorne’s artwork is still a good fit for the book There is a satisfying sleekness and sheen to Spider-Man and Anti-Venom’s costumes[...]

Darth Vader #1 Review – Do You Like Stories About Lightsabers

Darth Vader #1 Review – Do You Like Stories About Lightsabers?

That is a testament to Camuncoli, inker Cam Smith, and colorist David Curiel.My only complaint here really is that the story feels a tad rushed — at $4.99, I was hoping for more of the main story I won't complain, though; we get a wonderful background story by Chris Eliopoulos and Jordie Bellaire about helpless Imperial[...]

Separated At Birth Hydra Superior Octopus and Neo-Nazi Richard Spencer

Separated At Birth? Hydra Superior Octopus and Neo-Nazi Richard Spencer

Amazing Spider-Man #25 recently gave us a new, rejuvenated Otto Octavius. Using a proto-clone body, stabilised using his own science, and transferring his own consciousness into it, Doctor Octopus gained new life as a newly empowered form, even down to his very own 'octopus sense'. And he also has a new power base – in […]