Meanwhile, Outlaw and Diamondback decide to go on their own after the people who have been causing Domino so much pain. Domino #4 cover by Greg Land and Frank D'Armata This issue of Domino rights the ship somewhat, but it doesn't erase all the problems that have been making themselves more apparent in this comic since #2. There[...]
That comes in the holy vengeance crusade that Domino embarks upon to kill Topaz only to be immediately undercut by the fact that Diamondback, Outlaw, and Amadeus Cho are, as one would likely guess, not really dead. The rest of the comic still has a lot of charm Domino's thought captions and dialogue are highly entertaining[...]
Daredevil recruits Elektra in his fight agaisnt the Hand. As New York continues to weather the storm, Mayor Matt Murdock meets with the city's most dangerous crime lords. Is it a good read?
Plus, they stand opposite the Owl, Diamondback, Black Cat, Hammerhead, and, of course, Kingpin himself. The story is surprisingly focused given the size of this 600th issue It doesn't introduce any sudden plot threads to detract from the "Mayor Fisk" story or Blindspot's battle with Muse. There is a last-act twist that hijacks the story significantly, but it's[...]
Domino teams up with a pair mercenaries to bust up a lumber pirating operation in the Pacific Northwest. Also, it's Neena's birthday. Also, she has a puppy. Is it a good read?
In Defenders #10, the finale to the Defenders series, the Hood makes a play for the role of Kingpin of Crime. It's up for the Defenders, now local heroes, to stop him. Is it a good ending?
After some convincing, Jess gets some face-time with Frank Castle. Later, the Defenders get the drop on Diamondback All seems to be going smoothly until back-up in the form of Fixer, Moonstone, and Titania arrives From here, it becomes a super-powered rumble between the Defenders and Diamondback's crew. Oh, also Brian Michael Bendis himself makes a cameo,[...]
From the initial fight between Luke Cage and Diamondback, the later fight between Diamondback and Iron Fist that ended with Jessica Jones dropping an SUV on Willis Stryker, to this issue with a lengthy and intricate fight between Elektra and Iron Fist, this comic always brought something special to the table. This particular issue edges ahead[...]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Defenders #6 cover by David Marquez and Justin Ponsor Firstly, fellow Bleeding Cool writer and awesome person Joe Glass reviewed Defenders #6 a while back, so check that out too! Diamondback is out on the streets again, and Black Cat is half-dead because of him The Defenders have returned to meet him on the streets and[...]
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] In Defenders #2, with Luke Cage poisoned by Diamondback, Jessica Jones rushes to the Night Nurse, Linda Carter, to check on her husband Black Cat herself delivered him to the clinic Luke is saved by an antidote brought by Blade, the Vampire Hunter Luke Cage is still out of action, but he will survive. Meanwhile,[...]
Willis "Diamondback" Stryker stole some of Cottommouth's drugs and used it to frame Cage for trafficking Cottonmouth also possessed enhanced strength, allowing him to hold his own against Cage. Why both villains from the early days of Powerman have snake inspired names I'm not sure Also, it looks like Cottonmouth has never been updated from his original[...]