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Old Man Logan Annual #1 Review: Regret of the Punisher

Old Man Logan Annual #1 Review: Regret of the Punisher

He doesn’t want the violence to spread.[caption id="attachment_913812" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Old Man Logan Annual #1 art by Simone di Meo and Dono Sanchez-Almara[/caption]Simone de Meo portrays the pain, violence, and expression in the first story with aplomb The pliability and at-times almost cartoonish faces are a bit of a problem for the tone at times,[...]

Venom: First Host #1 Advance Review &#8211 Fleshing Out Venoms History

Venom: First Host #1 Advance Review – Fleshing Out Venom's History

He isn’t happy with how it’s being treated.[caption id="attachment_909253" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Venom: First Host #1 cover by Mark Bagley, Andrew Hennessy, and Dono Sanchez-Almara[/caption]Venom: First Host #1 lives up to its name and focuses upon the first host the symbiote ever took Between that and the focus on the symbiote’s offspring, it comes off like[...]

Venom #165 Review: I Wanna See a Recreation of this Nativity Scene

Venom #165 Review: I Wanna See a Recreation of this Nativity Scene

However, Eddie is talked into showing more compassion from Spider Woman of all people, which certainly adds an interesting angle on the proceedings.[caption id="attachment_837618" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Venom #165 art by Mark Bagley, Scott Hanna, and Dono Sanchez-Almara[/caption]Mark Bagley’s artwork gives this finale the gorgeous treatment it deserves As is always the case, he shows his[...]

Venom #164 Review: Whats Eating Eddie Brock

Venom #164 Review: What's Eating Eddie Brock?

There’s plenty to enjoy about this strange, tenuous, yet affectionate relationship between man and alien parasite.[caption id="attachment_824833" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Venom #164 art by Mark Bagley, Scott Hanna, and Dono Sanchez-Almara[/caption]Joyously, the great Mark Bagley has returned for this final arc to Costa’s Venom title His Lethal Protector continues to be a sleek, massive, and gorgeous[...]

Venom #163 Review: Enough Good Action to Make a Solid Issue

Venom #163 Review: Enough Good Action to Make a Solid Issue

We’re not even told definitively whether or not that third Poison is actually Kraven the Hunter.[caption id="attachment_807349" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Venom #163 art by Edgar Salazar, Allen Martinez, and Dono Sanchez-Almara[/caption]Edgar Salazar and Ario Anindito bring this all to life, and they are the ones that make it readable at all[...]

Venom #162 Review: Another Issue of X-Men Blue

Venom #162 Review: Another Issue of X-Men Blue

Haze Mancer’s painful southern affect is miserable too.There’s also a twist ending that raises so many questions, but I couldn’t bring myself to care.[caption id="attachment_801604" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Venom #162 art by Edgar Salazar (pictured), Ario Anindito, and Dono Sanchez-Almara (pictured)[/caption]The closest thing to a saving grace is the art of Edgar Salazar and Ario Anindito[...]

Venom #161 Review: A Nice One-Off Before the Next Crossover

Venom #161 Review: A Nice One-Off Before the Next Crossover

It plays up the symbiote as its own (quite charming) character, and it pushes the idea that the symbiote may not communicate everything to Eddie for one reason or another.[caption id="attachment_789571" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Venom #161 art by Javier Garron, Dono Sanchez-Almara, and Erick Arciniega[/caption]On top of that, Javier Garron’s art is absolutely gorgeous[...]