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The Avengers #6 Review: Not All it Could be But Still a Joyous Read

The Avengers #6 Review: Not All it Could be But Still a Joyous Read

The Final Host and the Horde reassert their strength, and this may be the end of humanity.[caption id="attachment_907419" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Avengers #6 cover by Ed McGuinness, Mark Morales, and David Curiel[/caption]There is something inherently awesome about the Avengers coming together to spit in the face of the very gods of the Marvel Universe[...]

Avengers #5 Review: Final Stand Against the Final Host

Avengers #5 Review: Final Stand Against the Final Host

However, there is also a strange altruism to what he’s doing that fits the Mischief God’s warped morals.[caption id="attachment_886002" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Avengers #5 art by Paco Medina, Juan Vlasco, Mark Morales, Karl Story, and David Curiel[/caption]Paco Medina and Ed McGuinness continue to split the book, and they do a good job[...]

Avengers #4 Review: Seeking Help from the Eternals

Avengers #4 Review: Seeking Help from the Eternals

It shares some of the problems which plague Justice League in that the scope and amount of ideas being thrown at the reader can be a little overwhelming, and it seems likely that that this too will be a lengthy story arc.It’s still entertaining though, and there are plenty of good moments such as Carol[...]

Avengers #3 Review: Good but Slightly Less Good

Avengers #3 Review: Good, but Slightly Less Good

Plus, the team is just a great lineup.[caption id="attachment_871265" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Avengers #3 art by Paco Medina, Juan Vlasco, and David Curiel[/caption]Paco Medina and Ed McGuinness split the art in this comic, and it has made me realize how similar their art styles are However, I can’t say that I love the art in this[...]

The Avengers #2 Review: The Avengers Have Truly Assembled

The Avengers #2 Review: The Avengers Have Truly Assembled

Ghost Rider is also being attacked by the insect monsters and has no idea what to do.[caption id="attachment_847171" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Avengers #2 cover by Ed McGuinness,Mark Morales, and David Curiel[/caption]Avengers #2 continues to pull team together while showing further what kind of iteration of the team this will be To that end, I can say[...]

Avengers #1 Review: A Return to Form for Earths Mightiest Heroes

Avengers #1 Review: A Return to Form for Earth's Mightiest Heroes

Hopefully Ghost Rider can add enough of the aura of youth and freshness to not make this feel like a holding pattern.The Final Host and the big catastrophe they entail is an impressively massive and creative threat for this new incarnation of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes.[caption id="attachment_840713" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Avengers #1 art by Ed McGuinness, Mark[...]

X-Men Gold #7 Review: A Very 90s Feel And Great Tie-In Comic

X-Men Gold #7 Review: A Very '90s Feel, And Great Tie-In Comic

Thankfully, it avoids all the troubling and perhaps negative aspects of the event it's tied to by locking itself in the New York/Manhattan location that is of course in the event trapped in the Darkforce Dimension.As a result, they are able to tell a comic story that isn't mired in political discussion, which can be[...]

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[...]

So Why Is Black Bolt In Prison Royals #2 Reveals All

So Why Is Black Bolt In Prison? Royals #2 Reveals All!

Spoilers ahead![caption id="attachment_641557" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Cover by Jonboy Meyers and David Curiel[/caption]The issue ends on a major reveal - that Black Bolt isn't Black Bolt Instead, it is his brother, Maximus the Mad in disguise.[caption id="attachment_641556" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Art by Jonboy Meyers & Thony Silas, with Ryan Kinnaird & Jim Charalampidis[/caption]Last seen drugged out of[...]

[SPOILERS] And The Winner Is&#8230No One &#8211 IvX#6 Review

[SPOILERS] And The Winner Is…No One – IvX#6 Review

[caption id="attachment_621071" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Cover by Leinil Francis Yu, Gerry Alanguilan and David Curiel[/caption]As Marvel announces it's FIFTH event today in Weapons of Mutant Destruction, one wonders if it's to take the place on the schedule of this event, Inhumans vs X-Men, which came to an end today with it's sixth issue.(Marvel just really likes[...]

Well That Was Quick &#8211 Inhumans vs X-Men #2 Review

Well, That Was Quick – Inhumans vs X-Men #2 Review

[caption id="attachment_599265" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Cover by Leinil Francis Yu, Gerry Alanguilan and David Curiel[/caption]Current Marvel heroes fighting heroes event, Inhumans vs X-Men, is onto it's second series...and already one side has won.Writers Charles Soule and Jeff Lemire move the siege of New Attilan along at break neck pace, as the X-Men literally storm the castle[...]

Something Happens Review: Inhumans vs. X-Men #1

Something Happens! Review: Inhumans vs. X-Men #1

By Joe Glass, Bleeding Cool's Senior Mutant Correspondent[caption id="attachment_591101" align="aligncenter" width="421"] Cover by Leinil Francis Yu[/caption]IvX #1 gives us something that the issue 0 did not: actual events!Written by Charles Soule and Jeff Lemire, with art by Leinil Francis Yu, Gerry Alanguilan and David Curiel, we get a story where a bit more happens, thankfully[...]